Medical Tourism Lite

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Medical Tourism Lite

Your Global Resource for Dental, Health and Wellness Travel

Water Cures

Water Cures

November 19, 2017 / 0 Comments

“Cathedrals of the Flesh” her ebook in progress was inspired in Bath, England, home to a lovely Cathedral on the site of one of the sacred mineral water/spas built by the Romans as they cut a trail across Europe.

Hydrotherapy has a myriad of obvious health benefits like treatment of sore muscles, back pain, insomnia, and arthritis, to surprising health benefits like treatment of diabetes, stress, weight loss, and heart failure. Hydrotherapy also promotes circulation ridding your body of toxins and stimulating your immune system, and is an alternative for people who have joint pain or obesity making exercising unfeasible.

Lost in LA. Found in Japan

Gracias, Mon Cher, Amigas More than a year ago, found Yuichi and Bita at a Meet-Up in Westwood; promising a lesson on how to live a life of joy and happiness. At the time, I was angry and singing the blues. Since then, these lovely, dedicated, teachers of Buddhism in Japan, have become my dear…
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Bath, Tenby Castles, Pirate Caves, and Promises of Wellness in Wales.

The Roman Baths have fascinated me since 1980, the very first time I visited England and Wales. The reconstruction started around then and lasted for many years, meaning a good number of visits stepping around ancient debris. 
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Turkey – Much More Than Expected (Pt.4) On the Coast – Bodrum

Traveling across Turkey from Ankara, I arrived late afternoon expecting a few comfortable days to myself in Bodrum. Thanks again to Enver Anczak, who arranged my stay at the Maja Hotel and organized a meet and greet with two very popular, clever Turkish culinary experts, who happen to be gorgeous women. The room was nice…
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Turkey – Much More Then Expected (Pt.3)

A shifting wind on the Turkish Coast altered my route from Ankara to Izmir. Instead, Ahmet Ozer Basoglan, the charming owner of the Umut Thermal Spa & Hotel in Denizli, invited me inland for a few days of – “Soaking With The Natives”. Here’s a YouTube slide-show of the place. Enjoy, but don’t forget to…
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Turkey – Much More Than Expected (Pt.2) Life in Istanbul

The first few days and nights in Turkey, before the Convention were mine to enjoy. The sites and sounds of three different neighborhoods in Istanbul added a variety of flavors to my time in old Constantinople. A nondescript, local BnB in a residential neighborhood of touristy Sultanahmet provided a good night’s sleep…and a choice of…
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Turkey – Much More Than Expected. (Pt.1) Med-Tourism Convention & 1st Class Hospitals in Istanbul and Ankara

May became June, and instead of Havana, I was on my way to Istanbul, Turkey. I had no expectations. It didn’t matter if the custom was to pick-up 1st-timers at the airport with a donkey and cart, as long as I got to my destination. I was surprised to find a man holding a sign…
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