Always look on the bright side...
I'm currently working in New Guinea, at Lihir Island, there are no GSM
services for my mobile phone and I don't have my own access to the net.
Yet there is public access available via some shared PCs in the mining
camp. Ii is a bit like a low bandwidth internet cafe I guess, anyway it
works fine for basic email, and does mean that if i carefully resize an
image I can still easily post it to my blog. I have used flickr's email
submission system and the special address they have generated for me
(it is a unique address for each person) When I email to this address
not only is the photo stored in flicker, my email message is used to
create a blog enter in the blog of my choice. If you are reading this it
must have worked.
If you have a flickr account and a blog make sure you set it up. Then
even with the slowest, lowest speed, most basic connection to the net
you will be able to keep photo blogging.