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Travel dilemmas: Why such slow Wi-Fi?

You're on a plane or a cruise ship or staying in a hotel, and you need to send an email. The issue: You feel as though you may celebrate a birthday before the document goes through.

The solution? Um, yes, well, the tagline on this column does tell you to send your travel dilemmas to us, doesn't it? Fortunately for me, it doesn't necessarily promise a solution, which is good because there isn't one for this problem. Not yet anyway.

A colleague who recently took a cruise reported crowds, sans torches and pitchforks

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