My name is Jonny, I am 40 years old living Hua Hin, Thailand. I have been living in Thailand past 7 years.

๐Ÿ”ตSome FAQs

Q. How do you make a living?
A. I have investments in housing & properties in Australia

Q. Are you single?
A. Currently I am in a relationship with my Thai girlfriend

Q. How long have you lived in Thailand?
A. I have been living in Thailand for 7 years, I spent 2 years in Phuket, about 2 years living in Bangkok. Now I am in Hua Hin Thailand.

Q. Why did you start YouTube vlogging?
A. I think I will be able to show the best and worst of Thailand though my eyes. A new perspective on Living In Thailand.

Q. Do you speak Thai?
A. No, but I am currently studying it at school.



  1. Why was the snake so passive when at the end of the pole ? Was he immobilized in some way ? That was not clear in your video.
    You are a bad boy scaring Som like that.. ๐Ÿคฃ

    1. @harlevdk Ah? Thanks, I don’t know about snakes, we have none of those in my country. The only indigenous snake is the adder. And even that one I never have seen myself in all my life.

  2. Beautiful Reticulated Python. Amazingly quick.
    @3:30 reminds me to get a pet snake to get my lady to get up on the table 555 Thanks Jonny. Be Well.

  3. Like you Jonny i do not like snakes , i would be like Som . Has Som changed her hair coiour?, its great to see Som more in the videos i can see how much she loves Sebastian and to see him looking more happy.Stay safe all of you take care Jonny .Nice vlog as always

    1. @rwt Thai ladies like ‘ big wallet ‘ more than ‘ big snake ‘๐Ÿ™. But a lot of Thai ladies who live in tourist resorts can have both depending on which bf is there on which week ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  4. Tens of thousands of wild Burmese Pythons are in southern Florida…..You run a greater risk of being bitten by your Thai girlfriend than a snake. ๐Ÿ‘ง๐Ÿฝ

  5. Jonny, great to see everyone looking so good. Som looks great, Titan looks good and Sebastian looks fat! LOL. And by all means we need to do everything we can to support our local businesses. They need us now and we will need them again when this is over. Be safe!

  6. โ€œItโ€™s a python itโ€™s okayโ€ when you know youโ€™ve lived in Thailand a long time ๐Ÿ˜‚ I see a python Iโ€™m fucking running.

  7. No matter where you live, there’s going to be things that bite or sting. Some people are just more susceptible to the venom than others. There are rattlesnakes, water moccasins and copperhead snakes here. Not to mention black widow and brown recluse spiders found in nearly every home in the South (google images of their bite). I’ve been nailed three times by the recluse but I am not as receptive to their bite as some who might lose a limb or die. It all comes with the territory.

    1. @Phil W It aint in australia and theres no such snake in australia i have lived in out back australia and country australia all my life and seen and killed heaps of snakes in my 73 years mate

    2. Yep i forgot that one i saw a video of some people catching some at night to get the venom out of them apparently they lay on the hot bitumin tared roads of a night time

  8. I rekon the trouser snake is the most deadliest of them all. just one big bite and its venom can impregnate every woman in the world ha ha ha

  9. Its good to see Som and shes not shy in front of tge camera ans she looks rwaly happy you have a beautifull girlfriend mate all the best keep safe theres 13 died in aus so far from the china virus it going to knock austrslia bad and a lot of other countrys economys to i think well have a depession like after the second world war or there will be a recession for sure all the best keep safe mate . Wayne

  10. I couldn’t agree more support small businesses. My wife and I will order from local mom and pops twice a week just to help. When this over restaurants will be overwhelmed.

  11. Hahahha. Your off tap mate. Iโ€™m no expert on Thai snakes but that looks to be a – โ€œReticulated python (Python reticulatus) is the largest species of snake in Asia, and one of the largest in the world. This colossal snake can grow up to more than 6 meters in length, and more than 70 kg in weight. There have been reports of 10 meter, or even larger, individuals, but they are mostly regarded as tall tales with little basis in reality.
    It is not considered to be dangerous to humans, but is certainly capable of seriously injuring or even killing an adult human. Its strong jaws can deliver a powerful bite, and it can easily strike head-high. Thus, disturbing or harassing this snake can be considered a very stupid thing to do, despite it being non-venomous.โ€ #discoverycoastsnakecatchers @discoverycoastsnakecatchers p.s. the most venomous snake is the Inland Taipan followed by the Eastern Brown snake mate. Classic commentary from u mate, Hahahaha. Love it.

  12. Feel for the thai people. They have such a welcoming country because of them. That motobike sounds like it’s mis -firing. New spark plug? Sebastian got a blessing from Buddha. Thank Som and you for that.

  13. I had a lot of experiences growing up in OZ with snakes. When i was a youngster my mates labrador was bitten multiple times on its nose and tongue by a tiger snake but luckily survived after treatment. As a kid I used to pick up baby tiger snakes by the neck not realising that their bite was as potent as an adults! Once I stood on a brown snake after climbing over a fence out in the country which scared the life out of me. Those early experiences made me appreciate and respect snakes and the only ones I have seen in Thailand have been the green snakes that I have seen in trees and bushes.

  14. I think that you are thinking of the blue bellied black snake in Australia (most dangerous). Som looks so much younger with that hair styleย and Sebastian is doing well but what did Ian think he was going to do with that broom?

  15. Do some vid mate sick of listening to chuck he never stop love Joe even he a yank nice bloke fuck me we got gordon from Chang rai and Simon land of smile wringer bar storyteller and gordon never stop talking shit sound like they broke in thialand love you mate no neg I got mate there now doing hard but still live a good life ausse pete

  16. Hey mate, Canadian guy here. I hope your days pass by with ease. Wait…you are in paradise. I take that back…lol. I enjoy your videos a lot, lots of laughs and the odd tid bit of information. You give a different perspective to Thailand, the lighter side and your taste in fine dining is more my style too. What I enjoy most is your perspective is different than foreigner joe and notime2bsad. Both have their ideas and are respectful to thai culture. Keep up the good work. I hope your pup is well, I love it that you keep good care of your pup. Keep going!

  17. Awesome to see Sebastian happy.
    You said it..”Support your local businesses”.And Psychologically ,everyone gets tired of their own cooking.Makes sense to go and get take out, treat yourselves, and support your friends’ restaurants.
    Stay safe

  18. I believe the Australian inland taipan is the most venomous snake in the world. That’s not to say it’s the most dangerous snake to get bitten by since the amount of venom injected varies among species.

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