In the Boston Globe’s Sunday Travel section today, there’s an article about preparing for emergencies, including weather, health, politics and security, while going abroad.Â The piece notes:
Traveling should be fun-filled and worry-free. But vacationers leave behind the predictability and convenience of home. Travel can be complicated by unforeseen crises â€” medical emergencies, canceled flights, lost luggage, natural disasters, political turmoil. In tough economic times, amid less sympathetic airlines, a dream getaway can devolve into a logistical challenge or worse.
Knowing how to handle travel emergencies can salvage a trip or, in the most dire situations, save a life. Preparedness can make a huge difference.
The full article can be found here.