All of us human types rely on each another to thrive. We need to think outside our political borders to heal social, economic, and environmental wounds that have been sustained in the world. This is global citizenship. Maybe our kids can fix what we haven’t been able to in our generation.
Looking back, maybe I was a little unsympathetic. “Really? You are going to take a nap? The ridge view awaits!” Jay could see where this conversation was headed. He popped three ibuprofen for his pounding headache and headed out the door. Everyone needs a little help from science to swing the world by the tail sometimes – especially at altitude. Here are some remedies we’ve found and used.
About an hour in we stopped for tea and both Jay and Beija looked awfully pale. We did a poor job of avoiding altitude sickness. But our failure is your gain! Now I’ve done the research and have tools in my altitude toolkit for you.
Integrity is a cornerstone of Riveted Travel. We believe that we should not only “do no harm” but go beyond to do something good when we can. The Galapagos Islands in Ecuador are a sensitive and irreplaceable environmental treasure. Beija’s second grade class was doing an intensive study on the Galapagos Islands, focused on ‘Save the […]
Ok, yes, I am exaggerating. I do like people, but I’d rather not travel with a group. Hanging out, not by myself, but with family, friends, or a couple new people is best. I call myself an introverted extrovert. Jay, on the other hand, is an extroverted introvert. He likes being alone but when in groups he […]