SEE ELEPHANTS IN THAILAND LIKE THIS

MANY THANKS TO JASPER WILKINS FOR THE AMAZING PHOTO THUMBNAIL & HIS DEDICATION TO HELPING THESE AMAZING ANIMALS
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Please visit http://www.sappraiwan.com/ to experience this amazing adventure πŸ˜ŠπŸ‘

Set on 145 hectares of jungle with an elephant sanctuary, this relaxed resort is 10 km from the Kaeng Song Waterfall and 56 km from Thung Salaeng Luang National Park.

The airy rooms come with flat-screen TVs and mini fridges. The chalets, sleeping up to 6 people, add sitting areas. Some offer balconies, and tea and coffee making facilities.

There’s an outdoor pool and a bright cafe. Available activities consist of jungle walks, whitewater rafting, night safaris and volunteer programs.

πŸ”΅FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE VISIT MY WEBSITE
www.jonnyyoutube.com
πŸ”΅PLEASE ADD ME ON FACEBOOK
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My name is Jonny, I am 40 years old living Hua Hin, Thailand. I have been living in Thailand past 7 years.

πŸ”΅Some 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.

#THAILAND #VLOG #EXPAT

62 comments

  1. My connection with nature is one thing that has helped me stay sober…………………..you can see it in my own videos………………I really liked this video and hoped it brought you closer to things that really matter as well……….

  2. love the real ethical elephant camps, we are luck having one 20 mins from us, these guys do an amazing and dedicate job, and indeed spend most of there life with these amazing animals, great to see you guys having a great time,

  3. Great to see people treating them well and not beating them so stupid tourists can sit on their back. It’s so rare in tourist places to see people walking around with an elephant for tips now, this is one change farangs have helped Thailand with.

    1. Foreigner Joe lol wait till you get the invoice πŸ˜‚πŸ‘ thanks mate we are having a ball, now hurry back with that Starbucks please πŸ˜‚

  4. Great vlog Jonny it is great to those amazing Elephants being so happy and being able to roam free such amazing job those people do in looking after them as well, looking forward to ya next one.

  5. Beautiful video great to see the elephants where they should be in the wild not carrying fat tourists around . It great to see them enjoying life .Nice vlog as always

  6. Well done Jonny, there are too many places in Thailand (especially Phuket) calling themselves an ‘Elephant Sanctuary’, that lets tourists bathe with and climb all over them in the water. The sad thing is the tourist’s must know a real sanctuary that cares for it’s animals would never let you that close, and pull them about for selfies etc, but they’re happy to turn a blind eye just so they get their instagram picture.

  7. A shirtless Jonny…notice how all the Thais all have shirts on. Seven years in Thailand and you still like to play the ‘Aussie joker’. Good luck, my friend!

    1. What are talking about? I was wearing a shirt, there was another guy filming that was shooting for National Geographic. Go get your eyes tested mateπŸ™„

  8. Awesome video. Which Elephant Package did you purchase in order to film this video that you took? You were really able to get up close and personal to those elephants. Pretty cool!

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