Part Fifteen: Anna and I reached the largest mountain pass of the entire world at 5,416 meters high (17,769 feet) and then continued to the next town.
This is the Chronicles of The Deaf Wanderer going through Nepal.
Do you want to see all what people have been saying about Nepal? Do you want to see those vast and massive mountains? Do you want to see what it’s like to trek up those famous mountain ranges of Annapurna? Do you want to see beyond what National Geographic has shown us on the television and in their magazines? What are the people like and what do they look like? What does the culture of Nepal look like?
These are the questions that Chris Haulmark is trying to answer with these videos.
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Chris Haulmark has been a world traveler since March, 2015 and have already seen at least 25 countries to the date of this vlog. He has created video clips since the beginning and is just emerging as a new social media force to expose the perspective, that he sees through his Deaf eyes, to the public. He hopes to inspire the future Deaf travelers to see the wonderful and exciting world outside of their home countries. He also hopes to prove that a Deaf traveler can be as independent as any other travelers. His videos are to show everyone how it’s possible. All content, being posted here, are created and owned by Chris Haulmark unless otherwise stated in the content or the attached description. Visit The Deaf Wanderer Facebook page to see much more older and archived videos and other content.
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