Observing Life from the Caymans
I’ve been blogging much less this past week because I’ve been seeing patients at our clinic site Caymans – Regenexx in the Cayman Islands. First, we have a great crew down here taking care of patients from the moment they get off the plane until they’re delivered to the airport to return home. In between those two points while getting their stem cells collected or re-injected, they hang out at the beach, swim with the Dolphins, go to “Sting Ray” city, take submarine rides, visit the turtle farm, snorkel or scuba, dine at 5 star restaurants at Camana Bay, or just relax. Our clinic site works well and the lab is impressive. This week is also my kids’ spring break, so they and my wife traveled to Grand Cayman with me (we even took Grandma!) As a result, no blogging. However, I think I’m also adapting nicely to “Island Time”, where nothing that can be done tomorrow needs to be done today! Maybe Jimmy Buffet wrote a song about that… Above is a picture I took last night of the sunset, sailboat in the background.