Answering Ryan on Strategies for Medical Help Abroad
Great video. A big worry to me since I have some rather serious health problems. Not up to par yet but would really like go holy land eventually. I am even interested in what red tape Andy would have to go through to get me cremated if I should happen to die.What the rules are about bringing me back to states. I KNOW!!! Kinda stinking thinking but I am almost 83 and my situation has changed tremendously since my last trip with my hobo.That does not mean that I am afraid to step up and enjoy this adventure but we need to prudent if I travel this far from home.
I would ask Bob the ex-judge, your son in law to call our US Representative from Indiana. Their office, which is pretty much the boss of embassies abroad would put pressure on the embassy in Israel, and between the two offices they would get all the work done, and I believe they would get it done quite good. This is one of them touchy subjects, whereby all the politicians do not want to be on the front page of the Journal Gazette, or on the world news. Any hassles and we call the newspapers, this is stuff they love to blame on politicians.
There are always more reasons to not do something to be found. Mom, the answer for our family, not all is simple, we have enough money, and political clout to solve these problems with ease. It is sort of an interesting question whether travel insurance covers this?
There are two ways to travel, try to have every question answered, or have few questions answered, but have a passport, and a plane ticket. The first person will never leave, the second can go anywhere. Often people think my videos answers are answering their questions. It is more me just proving it is really possible by my example, and I pile on some reason why it is possible until the person jumps on their own. https://travel.state.gov/content/passports/en/abroad/events-and-records/death.html
Norman, thanks for a long list of reasons to never leave Canada.