Jamaica could soon have its own luxury drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre in the Blue Mountain region if plans by Mystic Mountain boss, Michael Drakulich, get under way as expected by next summer.
Drakulich, who bought a three-acre property in the hills of Hardware Gap at the entrance to Holywell National Park, some 16 years ago, has been hatching the idea to deliver a Japanese onsen-type facility to cater to professional athletes who fall prey to the use of illicit drugs and by extension, catapult his business lines into medical tourism.
The venture, to be called The WA – another Japanese term which means harmony of the mind, body and spirit – the mountain spa, “will be constructed using prefabricated 16th century Japanese haiku structures made out of Oregon hardwoods,” Drakulich told the Financial Gleaner.
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