If you're stuck in a public place (e.g. airport, mall) and need to daven (pray) -- usually it's Mincha, right before sunset: what's the best way to do it?
Email I recently received
From "B'Mechitzas Rabbeinu" -Rabbi Yaakov Kamenetzky's practices. See pages 58-59
Here's a loose translation by a friend:
They used to say, "go find a phone booth"; these days, just hold up a cellphone to your ear, people will assume you're yakking away in some foreign language, but hopefully won't get disturbed.
Don't ask me what to do about the bowing part, though.