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Reflections of a Journey in Thailand and India By Charmiene Maxwell-Batten
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“So beautifully written, easy to read and hard to put down. I could smell the blossom and feel the heat; it was easy to conjure up pictures in my mind of the train journeys, the overcrowding... More > and the hospitality of the people. From the first page I felt that I was taking the same journey with Charmiene, she simply made me feel I was there by her words. Her experience and the inner peace, which she clearly has, shine through this book. Thank you for such a lovely and enjoyable read” S. C. Williams – Devon, England A collection of non-fiction and lively narratives about the people and places Charmiene met during a year spent traveling through India and Thailand. The stories are thought provoking, funny, inspiring and have profound human interest value.< Less
Patients Beyond Borders Thailand Edition By Josef Woodman
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Produced in collaboration with the Tourism Authority of Thailand and supported by hospitals and related government and private organizations, the 244-page guidebook will features 32 color pages and... More > offers an in-depth overview of Thailand’s international hospitals, selected health travel agents, nearby recovery and guest accommodations, and area travel information. "As one of the original countries to support and promote medical tourism, it’s easy to see why Thailand’s excellent healthcare system and unsurpassed hospitality have positioned Thailand as a robust destination for medical and wellness travel,” says author Josef Woodman. Last year Thailand hospitals welcomed 1.2 million patients from more than 190 countries for a wide variety of procedures, including 60,000 Americans! Costs of medical procedures in Thailand are typically 30–80% lower than those in North America, Europe, and the Middle East.< Less
The Ultimate Travel Guide to Thailand: The Most Exotic Destination in South-East Asia By Stamatis Stamatopoulos
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This is a complete and the only travel guide with 192 pictures and maps to prepare and benefit all future travelers to enjoy their traveling experience to this amazing country in South-East... More > Asia. Readers will feel captivated, intrigued and fully informed about the Thai history, religion, visas, weather, seasons, transportation, Thai people and culture, Thai dishes, Thai fruits, places to eat, scams and problems, things to avoid, things to do, shopping, attractions, entertainment, nightlife, white water rafting, diving destinations, most popular places to visit, accommodation, useful phone numbers, websites and addresses of embassies, police and immigration, post offices, hospitals, Thai language and Thai dictionary with over 700 words and phrases. Please know that I do not get commission from any Hotels, Restaurants, etc. I mention in this travel guide, and I guarantee the information I provide in a single copy, won’t be found in any book store or on the internet, and I would appreciate a positive review.< Less
Patients Beyond Borders Focus On: Bumrungrad International By Josef Woodman
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Located in the heart of Bangkok, Thailand, this award-winning healthcare campus boasts many of Thailand’s top doctors, including physicians trained at Johns Hopkins, the Cleveland Clinic,... More > Stanford, MD Anderson, and the Mayo Clinic. Over 200 have been US board-certified. Established in 1980, Bumrungrad’s main facility now measures 1 million square feet and houses a 554-bed tertiary-care hospital, advanced imaging department, ISO-certified laboratory, clinical research center, and medical heliport. The hospital offers 30 specialty centers and has the resources and capacity to meet all patient needs on one campus, within days rather than weeks. During the past decade, more than 3 million patients from 190 countries have traveled to Bumrungrad for its combination of medical quality, efficiency, value, and Thai hospitality, making it one of the world’s most popular destinations for medical travelers.< Less
Dental Tourism: Europe & Asia By Joe Wong
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This book covers many countries, and gives specific cost comparisons, giving the reader a good idea of which country will the be the best for him or her. The true life stories are heartening, and... More > perhaps the most enjoyable parts of our fine series. Poland, Hungary, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Latvia, Lithuania, Malayasia, India, Thailand, China, and the Philippines are covered in a lively prose style by the internationally acclaimed travel writer Arielle Gabriel. Also please see our Travel Wings website at Google for the work we have been asked to do with government agencies promoting Med Tourism, further reviews and descriptions - all our sales orders are handled through the secure served at Lulu.com. We state clearly our first obligation is to our readers: the dangers of Med Tourism are frankly considered, and warnings and precautions given. Still when a powerful health need meets a powerful economic need, the time is now!< Less
Sun & Surgery: Your Concise Guide to Medical Tourism in Asia By Nancy Wee
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Discover Quality Health Care at One Third the Cost!Find Out How to Avail For Medical Care in AsiaIt is now possible to have a face lift or a kidney transplant done thousands of miles away from home,... More > at one-third the cost without compromising on the quality.This book is a guide to the TOP 5 ASIAN destinations for MEDICAL TOURISM that offer AFFORDABLE, HIGH QUALITY medical services that you won’t be able to find at home. In this book, you will discover:- Asia’s expertise in medical tourism- How to get to the country of your choice- The visa requirements for each country- The insurance coverage available for overseas medical treatment- Healthcare expertise available in each of these five destinations- A bit about the five countries and their people, besides a- Short description of the unique attractions in each country< Less
PHUKET to EVEREST - Dancing in the Rain By Cath Shinton
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A devoted wife’s personal diary of every day life since my husband was diagnosed with terminal prostate cancer whilst on holiday in Thailand during March 2011 – the negligence of our own... More > GP during the previous six years and my fight to get the justice so much deserved by my husband. It follows his treatments and their side effects, including the sudden onset of life limiting acute heart failure, and much later, the onset of diabetes. Together we have successfully fought our corner against certain medics – had dealings with the GMC – and for the past three years, I have thoroughly researched the disease in an effort to support our litigation case. Incidents and situations have arisen along the way which, had we not been personally affected, would have been considered works of fiction. It's been sad - harrowing - traumatic - but mostly borne with black humour and dogged determination to defy not only this hideous disease, but also the medics who gave us such a poor outlook.< Less
Patients Beyond Borders Malaysia Edition By Josef Woodman
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Patients Beyond Borders Malaysia Edition was produced in collaboration with Malaysia's Tourism Ministry and is supported by hospitals and related organizations. The 240-page guidebook features 16... More > color pages and offers an in-depth overview of Malaysia’s 20+ international hospitals, selected health travel agents, recovery and guest accommodations, and area travel information. Located centrally between Singapore and Thailand and with some of the best healthcare in Asia, Malaysia receives visitors from more than 30 countries throughout the region and the world. Prices for procedures in Malaysia are on par with popular medical travel destinations of India and Thailand. Malaysia's favorable climate and English-speaking culture attracts medical travelers from the US, Canada, the UK and Australia.< Less
This Breathtaking World: Around the World by Bicycle 1997 - 1999 By Tim Doherty
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In the summer of 1997, Tim Doherty set off alone on a daunting round-the-world cycle tour, which turned out to be even more awe-inspiring than he could have hoped. For this book, he has taken the... More > most fascinating and humorous experiences from his diaries and woven them together into a collection of true short-stories. With many beautiful photographs, sketches and maps, “This Breathtaking World” is a vivid and very personal account of life on the road. The title has a double-meaning, as the author is a chronic asthma sufferer. Tim encountered many problems, but the varied cultures and fantastic scenery along the way were his daily rewards. What remains with him most, however, is his impression of the people in each of the countries he cycled across; their remarkable generosity and hospitality. Tim completed his tour successfully, finishing up in his home town of Sheffield, England, more than two years after he’d cycled off from there, having pedalled a total of 21,688 miles.< Less
This Breathtaking World: Around the World by Bicycle 1997-1999 By Tim Doherty
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In the summer of 1997, Tim Doherty set off alone on a daunting round-the-world cycle tour, which turned out to be even more awe-inspiring than he could have hoped. For this book, he has taken the... More > most fascinating and humorous experiences from his diaries and woven them together into a collection of true short-stories. With many beautiful photographs, sketches and maps, “This Breathtaking World” is a vivid and very personal account of life on the road. The title has a double-meaning, as the author is a chronic asthma sufferer. Tim encountered many problems, but the varied cultures and fantastic scenery along the way were his daily rewards. What remains with him most, however, is his impression of the people in each of the countries he cycled across; their remarkable generosity and hospitality. Tim completed his tour successfully, finishing up in his home town of Sheffield, England, more than two years after he’d cycled off from there, having pedalled a total of 21,688 miles.< Less