Tidbits re Medical Travel Brazil through Spa Industry Eyes

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  1. Mary Darling

    Greetings from Bali! Thank you Susie for spending time at your computer as well as for taking such complete notes ~ it is like a mini or crash course reading your reports. I read both these related Blog postings plus the Twitter feed – fascinating.

    We started a new business here ~ Bali Wellness Journeys ~ for consumers that may be interested in more than ‘just another massage’. Plus if treatments are more affordable and accessible on holiday I may be more apt to sample1st while preventing something worse from happening then perhaps continue once home again to seek out choices and options vs just a prescription.

    Though we have amazing Spa locations, there is so much more to ‘Wellness’ and if, while on Holiday a guest can learn more about Complementary Therapies, or jump start their ‘new’ diet, or use the The Ayana’s Thallasso pool for a Therapeutic swim, or if I just had surgery in Bangkok ( Bumrungrad should be be cloned ;) and can do some post operative recovery here – why not?

    Ruben T is one of the best ………

    Lastly, I read your Blog religiously and recommend to many, many others since you seem to be a lonely voice out there saying what needs to be said – thank you.

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