I spent about 20 hours in Rach Gia before catching the hydrofoil to Phou Quoc. The town itself is quite busy perhaps b/c of its proximity to the Cambodian border and the gulf of Thailand (good for fishing) but it is not blessed with much scenerary.
Hmmm... I guess I should tell you more about myself. I love traveling, it is my favourite thing to do in the entire world. Traveling magnifies the reactions of one's psyche when stimulated by new experiences: some cringe, some exhilarate, and some in between. I'm of the exhilarated type. In fact if I win the lottery, I'll spend the rest of my life living in various countries. (Despite what you may hear from the economists and telecommunication industry propoganda, it is quite a large world. So go out there and experience it.
Less philosophy and more biography:
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