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JACK MORRIS Livin' on the road - currently in Bali 𖤥 Next ✈︎ India ✉︎ ⌲ [email protected] ⚡︎ I edit using my own presets ↡ @doyoutravelpresets

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  • One of my most memorable trips last year was when I got to visit Tokyo. Thanks to @hiltonhotels, I got to see the Tsukiji Fish Market, one of the #SevenUrbanWonders, and explore how modern and traditional collide in the city, all while staying at the Hilton Tokyo Odaiba. Check out the video on my YouTube! #RightHere #ad
  • One of my most memorable trips last year was when I got to visit Tokyo. Thanks to @hiltonhotels, I got to see the Tsukiji Fish Market, one of the #SevenUrbanWonders , and explore how modern and traditional collide in the city, all while staying at the Hilton Tokyo Odaiba. Check out the video on my YouTube! #RightHere #ad
  • 22,945 422 19 February, 2019

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  • New Cuba video on YouTube! 🇨🇺 I haven’t shared much from our Cuba trip on Instagram because we focused more on video but for those who don’t know we spent a week road tripping through Havana, Trinidad, Viñales, Cienfuegos, and Cayo Santa Maria. We tried to film pretty much everything we saw and experienced along the way to give you a real feel of this fascinating and unique country. This place was like nothing I’ve ever experienced, it genuinely felt like stepping back in time. A week worth of memories cut down into 4 minutes of some of our favourite moments - Let me know what you think! 🙏🏼
  • New Cuba video on YouTube! 🇨🇺 I haven’t shared much from our Cuba trip on Instagram because we focused more on video but for those who don’t know we spent a week road tripping through Havana, Trinidad, Viñales, Cienfuegos, and Cayo Santa Maria. We tried to film pretty much everything we saw and experienced along the way to give you a real feel of this fascinating and unique country. This place was like nothing I’ve ever experienced, it genuinely felt like stepping back in time. A week worth of memories cut down into 4 minutes of some of our favourite moments - Let me know what you think! 🙏🏼
  • 91,484 625 17 February, 2019
  • 7 45am in the very north of Thailand. From here you can watch sunrise over 3 countries - Thailand, Myanmar, and Laos. One of the many amazing things about @anantara_goldentriangle. When you’re this far north the mornings are a lot cooler than in the south. There was a layer of fog during every sunrise during my stay which made things that extra bit more magical 🙏🏼 I’ve lost count of the amount of times I’ve visited Thailand, but this was my first time here in Chiang Rai - If you’re planning a Thailand trip I’d highly recommend this place, I can’t believe it took me this long to get here!
  • 7 45am in the very north of Thailand. From here you can watch sunrise over 3 countries - Thailand, Myanmar, and Laos. One of the many amazing things about @anantara_goldentriangle. When you’re this far north the mornings are a lot cooler than in the south. There was a layer of fog during every sunrise during my stay which made things that extra bit more magical 🙏🏼 I’ve lost count of the amount of times I’ve visited Thailand, but this was my first time here in Chiang Rai - If you’re planning a Thailand trip I’d highly recommend this place, I can’t believe it took me this long to get here!
  • 98,100 971 11 February, 2019

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  • I just spent my last 3 days in Thailand up in Chiang Rai at the @anantara_goldentriangle. Captive elephants are a touchy subject (and for good reason) however over the last 3 days I learnt a lot about these beautiful creatures, the history of captive elephants, and the amazing work done by the team at this resort. Of course in an ideal world there would be no captive elephants. Elephants are meant to be in the wild but that’s simply not possible due to past circumstances. For thousands of years elephants have been captivated, mistreated and used for various inhumane reasons across Thailand. At Anantara all elephants have been rescued from illegal logging camps and elephant shows. They cannot be set free in the wild for obvious reasons, so the next best thing is being well looked after at ethical elephant camps like this one where they’re cared for, rehabilitated, and able to roam freely. If you do decide to visit an elephant sanctuary during your travels please do your research first and make sure you’re taking part in ethical places only!
  • I just spent my last 3 days in Thailand up in Chiang Rai at the @anantara_goldentriangle. Captive elephants are a touchy subject (and for good reason) however over the last 3 days I learnt a lot about these beautiful creatures, the history of captive elephants, and the amazing work done by the team at this resort. Of course in an ideal world there would be no captive elephants. Elephants are meant to be in the wild but that’s simply not possible due to past circumstances. For thousands of years elephants have been captivated, mistreated and used for various inhumane reasons across Thailand. At Anantara all elephants have been rescued from illegal logging camps and elephant shows. They cannot be set free in the wild for obvious reasons, so the next best thing is being well looked after at ethical elephant camps like this one where they’re cared for, rehabilitated, and able to roam freely. If you do decide to visit an elephant sanctuary during your travels please do your research first and make sure you’re taking part in ethical places only!
  • 79,236 811 6 February, 2019
  • Took a quick pit stop in Bangkok for 2 nights before heading north to Chiang Rai. You’ve probably seen the news about Bangkok being so smoggy that they had to shut schools - I could definitely feel the smog more than usual but to be honest it didn’t feel too crazy. Here’s a shot of me inhaling the smog from the 56th floor of the Lebua hotel 😷 swipe across for the vid!
I’d just like to point out that me doing stuff like this isn’t encouraging others to do the same. I know my own capabilities - if you see someone doing backflips off a huge cliff it doesn’t mean you should do it too. Unless of course you know you’re capable then it’s your choice🤘🏼if you’re using this crazy thing called the internet then I’d hope you’re responsible enough to know not to copy every single thing you see online.
  • Took a quick pit stop in Bangkok for 2 nights before heading north to Chiang Rai. You’ve probably seen the news about Bangkok being so smoggy that they had to shut schools - I could definitely feel the smog more than usual but to be honest it didn’t feel too crazy. Here’s a shot of me inhaling the smog from the 56th floor of the Lebua hotel 😷 swipe across for the vid!
    I’d just like to point out that me doing stuff like this isn’t encouraging others to do the same. I know my own capabilities - if you see someone doing backflips off a huge cliff it doesn’t mean you should do it too. Unless of course you know you’re capable then it’s your choice🤘🏼if you’re using this crazy thing called the internet then I’d hope you’re responsible enough to know not to copy every single thing you see online.
  • 138,766 2,491 3 February, 2019
  • Didn’t know I was sleeping in an onion until I sent the drone up 🤔
This is Keemala hotel in Phuket if you’re wondering - they have a few different epic designs (all of them are pretty much treehouses!)
  • Didn’t know I was sleeping in an onion until I sent the drone up 🤔
    This is Keemala hotel in Phuket if you’re wondering - they have a few different epic designs (all of them are pretty much treehouses!)
  • 96,109 887 1 February, 2019

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  • The Pride Rock of Thailand! 🦁
Woke up early this morning to hike up the Tab Kak Hang Nak Nature Trail in Krabi - this is my fourth time sitting up here but first time during sunrise, worth it every time! 🤙🏼
  • The Pride Rock of Thailand! 🦁
    Woke up early this morning to hike up the Tab Kak Hang Nak Nature Trail in Krabi - this is my fourth time sitting up here but first time during sunrise, worth it every time! 🤙🏼
  • 123,340 1,416 29 January, 2019
  • Arrived in Krabi just in time for a sunset dinner on the beach - big thanks to @phulaybayreserve for looking after us so well 🙏🏼 #RCmemories
  • Arrived in Krabi just in time for a sunset dinner on the beach - big thanks to @phulaybayreserve for looking after us so well 🙏🏼 #RCmemories
  • 93,292 890 28 January, 2019
  • It’s not every day I get invited to cruise around Thailand on @bluevoyagethailand’s Astondoa 102ft yacht! Was so dope experiencing a yacht like this for the first time in such a beautiful part of the world! We headed out from Phuket to the Phang Nga Bay area - I’d highly recommend if you wanna do something different out here! Next stop Krabi 🦀
  • It’s not every day I get invited to cruise around Thailand on @bluevoyagethailand’s Astondoa 102ft yacht! Was so dope experiencing a yacht like this for the first time in such a beautiful part of the world! We headed out from Phuket to the Phang Nga Bay area - I’d highly recommend if you wanna do something different out here! Next stop Krabi 🦀
  • 114,100 746 26 January, 2019
  • My swim up villa in the cliffs of Phuket 💦 
If you’ve followed me for a while you’ll probably remember before I met Lauren I spent most my time travelling around Thailand. It was the first place I visited 7 years ago (which was the very beginning of my trip!) It’s been 3 years since I properly moved around this amazing country - and with no return flight booked yet I’m feeling pretty free with no solid plans! Hit me with any recommendations if you’ve been here recently! So stoked to be back 🙏🏼
  • My swim up villa in the cliffs of Phuket 💦
    If you’ve followed me for a while you’ll probably remember before I met Lauren I spent most my time travelling around Thailand. It was the first place I visited 7 years ago (which was the very beginning of my trip!) It’s been 3 years since I properly moved around this amazing country - and with no return flight booked yet I’m feeling pretty free with no solid plans! Hit me with any recommendations if you’ve been here recently! So stoked to be back 🙏🏼
  • 114,611 1,133 25 January, 2019
  • Enjoying some much needed relax time after a crazy few days on Phi Phi island. This was last nights fire sunset up in the hills at one of my favourite Thailand hotels @sripanwa 🔥
  • Enjoying some much needed relax time after a crazy few days on Phi Phi island. This was last nights fire sunset up in the hills at one of my favourite Thailand hotels @sripanwa 🔥
  • 98,672 805 24 January, 2019
  • Back when I felt like Mowgli in the Indonesian jungle 🐘🌴
After flying from the states I spent 2 days in Bali getting over jet lag before jumping back on a plane today - gonna be spending the next week or so in Thailand! 
Edited this one on my phone using @doyoutravelpresets 👊🏼
  • Back when I felt like Mowgli in the Indonesian jungle 🐘🌴
    After flying from the states I spent 2 days in Bali getting over jet lag before jumping back on a plane today - gonna be spending the next week or so in Thailand!
    Edited this one on my phone using @doyoutravelpresets 👊🏼
  • 113,220 815 18 January, 2019