British citizen died in Madagascar during a dream vacation to celebrate the last day of chemotherapy treatment.
When John Paul McAllerster arrived in the Indian Ocean, he suffered illness and reached a hospital in French Republic Rhein.
38-year-old Cancer was recovered by his fourth stage. Paul tried to get the money back to Scotland.
He had been waiting for a flight to Glasgow for a few days.
John and his partner Craig Park went to South Africa, Madagascar and Seychelles.
After the disease, the pair could not bring their commercial flight back to Scotland.
JustGiving page is set up to make money for treatment expenses.
"John Paul fought fiercely for nine months, and now he is at peace.
"He was a legend in our memories and in our hearts forever.
"We reached JP home.
"Saturdays before a physical illness, Satyan organized a medical reparriation service to return him home.
"Unfortunately, this can not be returned.
"John Paul, and all his beloved, have been troubled and touched everyone's generosity and interest and can not thank enough.
"Everything we can do to bring JP to Scotch deserves our right now.
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"Contribution to this and the unfortunate expenditure of the medical expenses we've gained is very much appreciated."
The funding service reached more than £ 25,000 on Monday.
Their aim is to give foreign aid and air ambulance flight homework.
Although Reunion was a part of France, he did not cover the full cost of hospital care.
The remote Riemon, east of Madagascar in the Indian Ocean, is more than 6,000 km away from a couple in Glasgow.
About 840,000 people live in.
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