How to get around the world when you’re stranded in the middle of the night
You may have noticed a pattern here.
We’ve all been there, at some point, when we’ve had the same problem: The only way to get to our destination is by air or sea, so we’ve either been stuck in a crowded airport waiting to board a plane, or in a hotel room with a laptop or a tablet and a few blankets.
Or we’ve gotten stuck in traffic or stuck in our own country.
Sometimes it’s even worse when you can’t get home to your loved ones.
So what can you do if you’re stuck in the Middle East or a country that has no internet?
It might seem counterintuitive, but we have some suggestions on how to get home.
First, check your location.
If you can get to a city, it’s probably not too far away.
If not, find a place to stay or to call the nearest embassy or consulate.
But if you can find a hotel, there are plenty of options out there.
And if you don’t have access to a hotel or don’t want to wait in a long line, consider calling a taxi or charter company to take you home.
If the problem persists, call the embassy or diplomatic mission of the country you’re traveling to.
You might get a lot of help from the staff there.
But don’t feel too bad if you get stuck on a plane or in an airport.
The first time you call, they’ll likely be able to help.
If things don’t go well, just let them know.
It’s always best to do so before the plane or train leaves, because you’re not going to be back home until the next time you get on the plane.
Another option is to stay with family or friends.
The next time your flight or train arrives, call up your airline and ask to fly on another plane or stay with them in the hotel.
This is especially helpful if you need to be with someone else for a while.
If your host family doesn’t understand the issue, you can try calling the embassy and consulate, who might have help with directions or help finding the nearest airport.
And you can also get help from friends and family, if you have friends and relatives in the region who want to help you.
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