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LOOK: Kathryn Bernardo, Daniel Padilla encounter elephants in Thailand

/ 07:33 PM March 14, 2018

After wrapping up their teleserye “La Luna Sangre”, Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla retreated to Thailand and had fun with some elephants.

Padilla’s mother, actress Karla Estrada, first shared about KathNiel’s trip in her Instagram page yesterday, March 13. She joked about the elephants: “Ayan kath ha, na meet mo narin ang buong pamilya namin!” (There you go, Kath. You’ve met our whole family!)

Ayan kath ha, na meet mo narin ang buong pamilya namin!😂😂😂♥♥♥ have fun my loves!♥♥♥


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Bernardo documented the rest of her trip in a series of Instagram Stories. In these snaps, she and her companions can be seen feeding one of the animals some squash.

Image: Screengrab/@bernardokath

Image: Screengrab/@bernardokath

Image: Screengrab/@bernardokath

Bernardo was visibly happy when an elephant took a walk with her.

Image: Screengrab/@bernardokath

Next, it was time for her to have lunch, while she enjoyed another scenic view.

Image: Screengrab/@bernardokath

She also took this shot of Padilla resting next to a tree.

Image: Screengrab/@bernardokath

And to end their day, the “La Luna Sangre” stars feasted on a scrumptious meal for dinner.

Image: Screengrab/@bernardokath

Safe travels, KathNiel! JB



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