I was lucky enough to be able to spend some time On the Petchaburi Province up in the mountains from the coastal community of Cha Am
To be a volunteer in an amazing animal sanctuary called WFFT- https://www.wfft.org/
Which is without a doubt, one of the absolute best experiences of my life and I can't wait to be abel to go back and do it all over again, but next time I will stay for much longer.
Where we fed, bathed and walked the Elephants, prepared food and water for all of the other animals, as well as cleaned out their enclosures and did a whole bunch of other wonderful and significant things there too.
these photos were taken at the lake in front of the sanctuary as the sanctuary itself is set over a very large expanse of land and every day that I walked past this lake, I had to stop and admire it's lush, green beauty, as well as checkout to see what the locals were up too.
And if you notice, there's an island straight out in front, this island is also apart of the sanctuary and homes numerous Monkeys and so the workers take a boat load of fresh food over there a couple of times a day too.
Anyway, I hope that you enjoyed my green sensations for green Thursday and I look forward to you thoughts and comments.
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