Congratulations, Susan Allsbrook! Susan won the Free Trip for 2 in Thailand from Intrepid Travel.

The Trip: Northern Thailand is among the greatest adventure destinations on the planet and this journey reveals why: hiking among hill tribes, sailing its rivers, and calling into friendly and colorful villages along the way. This 15-day journey will take her from the chaotic streets of Bangkok to the serene countryside and offer a glimpse into this fascinating country. Plus, during her adventure, Susan will visit the Friends of the Asian Elephant (FAE) Hospital and meet Motala and Mosha, two of the elephants featured in “The Eyes of Thailand” documentary.

As promised, ALL DONORS WHO SELECTED THIS PERK WILL GET TO CHOOSE BETWEEN AN “EYES OF THAILAND” POSTER, T-SHIRT OR WATER BOTTLE. You will receive an email within the week to select your preference.

Thanks to Ele-Friends like you, who donated to our IndieGoGo campaign, we raised over $7,000 for “The Eyes of Thailand” documentary, which will be used toward the Post-production expenses and film festival submission fees. This is an amazing show of support and we look forward to sharing BIG things with you very soon!

About Intrepid Travel: For travelers with a yearning to get off the beaten track, Intrepid opens up a whole new world. Intrepid offers authentic travel experiences and its travelers discover real people, real cultures and have incredible real life experiences along the way. Committed to traveling in a way that is respectful of local people, their culture, local economies and the environment, Intrepid helps conserve the areas they visit and bring positive benefits to their host communities.

Intrepid is thrilled to support Windy Borman and her eye-opening documentary, “The Eyes of Thailand”.  Through the Intrepid Foundation, Intrepid is dedicated to supporting non-governmental organizations in the destinations they visit. Intrepid supports projects working in the areas of health care, human rights, child welfare, sustainable development and in environmental and wildlife protection. The Foundation’s projects in Thailand include the Friends of the Asian Elephant (FAE) and select itineraries passing through Northern Thailand make a stop to see the great work FAE and its founder Soraida Salwala are doing with injured elephants.

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