I’m assuming you want a serious answer, and besides, I couldn’t figure out a funny way to answer this.
Fact is, I do all of my shooting with my X-Pro 1 straight to JPEGs. I know I could get (slightly) better results using RAW and post processing, but I don’t have the time or inclination for that.
One way to go might be to shoot RAW+JPEG, use the JPEGS to upload as you go, and when you get back, do what you would normally do with your RAW files.
If you’re uploading for backup purposes, get a Dropbox account or similar service, and upload when you have a speedy internet connection. I travelled through China this summer, and although internet access was hit or miss, there were times that I had a connection in my hotel room via wire that was speedy enough for this sort of thing. Assuming that you’re bringing a laptop, bringing along an extra external drive for backup (load RAW files to your laptop, duplicate them on the external drive) wouldn’t hurt either.