Back in 2014, I came up with a project to use a Raspberry Pi as a Wifi access point in hotels and other places when I travel to connect all my devices to a single Internet connection which can either be over Wifi or over an Ethernet cable. As an added (and optional) bonus, the Raspberry Pi also acts as a VPN client and tunnels the data of all my devices to a VPN server gateway and only from there out into the wild. At the time I put my scripts and operational details on Github for easy access and made a few improvements over time. Recently I made a couple of additional improvements which became necessary as Raspbian upgraded its underlying source from Debian Wheezy to Debian Jessie.
One major change that this has brought along was that IPv6 is now active by default. For this project, IPv6 needs to be turned-off by default as most VPN services only tunnel IPv4 but happily return IPv6 addresses in DNS responses which makes traffic go around the VPN tunnel if the local network offers IPv6. For details see here and here. Another change was that the OpenVPN client is now started during the boot process by default if installed while this was not the case before and does so reliably. As a consequence I could put a couple of 'iptables' commands in the startup script to enable NATing to the OpenVPN tunnel interface straight way.
In other words, things are better than ever and v1.41 on Github now reflects those changes. Enjoy!