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-- actually -- -- with -- traveler actress Ashley bell who told us about a passion project she recently found in Cambodia called love and banana.
I was there for.
A couple weeks in January filming on the documentary I'm working on -- -- and -- About the plight of Asian and this was my first time in southeast Asia so being immersed in the culture was absolutely incredible.
The smells the food is in -- just.
It tastes so beautiful the fruit is so -- there's no pesticides.
The salads in the vegetable on the vegetarian so hopeful.
The let me gushed about vegetables a couple of there aren't panicked and their thrashed and they -- -- -- -- to it was absolutely remarkable that people could not have been nicer and I unfortunately did learn.
-- going through.
And think back problem with deforestation.
While -- from the documentary who -- in the helicopter and filmed a lot of the rainforest I believe 75%.
Of the green -- is seen.
Has been cut down.
So in working with him in my life century they're looking to restore that rain forest provide more jobs for local villagers -- they won't need to.
Cut down trees from money.
And also to -- -- home for.
-- in the -- through its and it's very first stage will be got an initial filming done in Cambodia in January -- Is about the plight of Asian elephants.
These elephants have been rescued from.
Logging facilities as working elephants circuses.
As performing elephants.
On and also tourists -- a lot of tourists when they visit.
Did they offer elephant and what's important to know if that -- are abusive to affect.
It's not in an elephant nature to what he captive and change -- written as much fun as it seems.
It takes a -- and the elephants and they do suffer and -- things that are at the sanctuary have actually been freed of that and -- are now.
-- the jungle where where they're meant to be there are no wild elephants remaining in Cambodia.
And I learned that when I arrived there.
And to train a wild elephant you have to break -- wild thing and that's very abusive process and that process happens from Cambodia.
To the United States to zoos and circuses all around the world it's the same process of breaking and elephant.
And a tool culpable he's used which is used.
For abuse and on the sanctuary -- -- They believe that you can guide an elephant with -- And didn't so hence the name of the documentary -- and bananas and you -- check it out at lot of -- dot com.
This second I left I wanted to make a point to go back.
To go back in Cambodia so tightly it affects the people that are.
A man and sanctuary in -- and it's time to go.
I hope to go back to Cambodia we filmed the first part of -- now film a second heart and.
The story is as big as the elephants were filming I think it's going to be a couple trips so possibly later in the summer and then.
Maybe that is to -- the -- -- -- to recovery in different.
More information on the documentary can be found out -- bananas dot com.
You can also find actually -- it's scary movie people the last exorcism part -- And busy with several other big screen project on the way.
Thanks for joining us and keep checking back and the foxnews.com travel section and see where the next start traveler land on Ashley to -- and.
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