Day Fifteen: One Last Day
Today is the last full day of the trip. The weather couldn’t be more perfect. Seemingly each day in Phu Quoc the weather improved. Mid-80s. Mostly sunny. Cool, sea breeze.
I’ve swayed on a hammock long enough today to make begin to get nauseous. There are far worse things in life than today’s most troubling issue for me.
I cannot be more thankful to have taken this trip or more grateful to have had the ability to have taken this trip.
When I went to Hakone last year I knew I would return. I have the same strong feeling right now. I will make it back here to Phu Quoc one day.
There is so much of this world to experience. It can be terrifying to leave home, to leave your country, to leave your comfort zone. I don’t think world travel is for everyone. The leap can be too big to take. But if you truly want to, you can. You can make it to a beautiful island off of Vietnam or a serene lake on the footsteps of Fuji or wherever it is you are dreaming of.
There is so much of this world to experience.
That’s all I have for today. The long journey home begins tomorrow.