Stand by the Door on the Shuttle Bus
Don’t you hate it when you land after a long international flight and you have to take a shuttle bus to immigration or another gate? When this happens, and you’re in a hurry to make a connection or appointment or to use the bathroom, make sure to get on the first bus and stand by the door so you don’t have to wait minutes (which feel like hours) for others to get off.
Just get on last or first (and if first, you can also stand by the opposite door if there is one in hopes that it opens). Either way, you won’t be stuck in a long line. Same goes for crowded buses, subways and trains anytime you’re in a hurry. Simple, and effective.
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