Take a tour on top of some of the tallest mountains in the world, and visit Bhutan’s famed Tiger’s Nest
(Taktsang Palphug Monastery) and its amazing views. Joel also stops by and meets three Deaf children
at their home, and explores what life is like for a Deaf Bhutanese. See what may be considered one of the wonders of the world, and the monetary that sits perched on the ledge of a mountain, as No Barriers With Joel
Barish reaches new heights.
Thanks to ZVRS for making our Around The World 3 trip possible with their sponsorship, and to
Arcteryx for keeping us warm with their winter gear!

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  • I was watching the movie documentary about Happiness. Bhutan is the only country that their government measures Gross Domestic Happiness (GDH) instead of Gross Domestic Products (GDP). It sounds interesting. I am wondering how they measure that. Once time, another country want to build a dam so that country can get water from Bhutan and plus, Bhutan would get a lot of money. But governments from Bhutan were mostly focusing on happiness instead of money so they turned that country’s offering down.

  • WOW!! I was watching this about Thailand over night stay at Bangkok airport’s CIP and that you found out that there are deaf are up in army base way the top mountain and that they gave you an permission to see them while over night and you are very lucky that they usually don’t allowed anyone go up there while it get dark.. And that’s very awesome story! Seem, you have found the treasure, lol. 🙂

  • Hats-off to Mr.Joel,
    There is no words for what you have done, simply ‘AWESOME”GREAT’ so on. since you had been to Tiger’s nest(Taktsang) so, live like a tiger and rule the way you do.

  • Bravo! Thank you for sharing as I’ve been always obsession about this Tiger’s Nest for years – I even wish to have a home like this. I envied that you already visited this place. This is my dream one day I’d visit this place. I always have highly respect for these cultures who sacred the meaningful of life than Western cultures.

  • It made me water in my eyes due to very inspire me. They want to approach the hearing world that they can do anything to proof that Deaf people can do anything as hearing people.

    That is so so fabulous that you walked for many and many hours up the hill to meet those Deaf people to share their experience and culture with us. It was so impressed me those young females work very hard to support their family.

    I would love to visit that place to meet them. 🙂

    Thanks for your sharing beautiful video with us.

    Dottie

  • that area remind me of… Movie “Batman Begins” its segement of area that are set.. its look like that area… thats cool. thanks for the share!

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