Travel emergencies

May 29, 2006 | Comments Off on Travel emergencies

Thanks to Karen Misuraca for sending the link to this article by Tiffany Sharples from Budgettravelonline.com about What to Do When There’s a Travel Emergency. Very basic, but it covers everything from losing your wallet, passport, or traveling companion to getting into trouble with the local law.

The short story: “Make a photocopy of your passport, … [and write] down contact info for your health insurer, credit card companies, and bank.”


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