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.
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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.
Here at Riveted Kids we create summer camp adventures that plant the seeds for global citizenship. We curate adventures to connect teens directly to trusted locals, activities, and culture. We go off the beaten path and are immersive by design. Themes relate to sustainability, responsible travel, social justice, and self-awareness. Each day is structured for […]
Planning a global family adventure is easier than organizing summer camps that coordinate your kid with their friends, interests, and your work schedule. I promise. We’ve mostly looked back at trips, but this time I am going to bring you along for the trip planning. Planning a trip can be even more exciting than going. I’ll write in several installments over the next year as we plan our trip.
As a family, we’ve been to Costa Rica, Argentina, Uruguay, Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia, Montenegro, France, England, Ecuador, Iceland, Morocco, Nepal, Cuba, Mexico, and Peru. When Beija was born, our first several years were essentially survival. It took until Beija was three before our heads rose above the mounds of diapers and pureed carrots and we […]