Quite a few RAW conversion programs let you batch-process RAW files to TIFF or JPEG files. The manufacturers usually will tell you that on their websites.
I want to mention a technology I recently used on a trip to Europe. I needed to travel light and couldn't bring my laptop, but I still needed to check in at various points. Throughout the trip, I was able to find and use Internet-connected computers, but they were configured for the user's native language. Getting around in a web browser or e-mail was a potential problem.
Before I left the U.S., I set up a USB drive (SanDisk Cruzer Micro) with U3 technology, including a browser with all of the bookmarks I needed. When I traveled, I simply plugged in the USB to the computer, and I could use my web browser in English on each computer that was configured in a foreign language. Plus, I was able to download documents and take advantage of the storage on the drive.