As long as there’s ground, you have lots of places to walk to. As long as there’s water, you have lots of places to sail to. As long as there’s air, you have lots of places to fly to. There is a multitude of places that can define “somewhere” – so, if you absolutely cannot get to a particular place, you should redefine your “somewhere”.
Maybe you can’t see the road, or there aren’t any signs around, or people to ask for directions, but there is always somewhere to go… even if that “somewhere” is beyond your reach.
The trap is the actual feeling of being trapped. In reality, there are few conditions that impose drastic limits to your mobility. Very often, it is only fear what blinds us to alternatives, possibilities, opportunities; and fear is manageable.
So, when you feel you have nowhere to go, think a little harder. Is it really so?