Indonesia: Santi Rama (Deaf School)

Indonesia: Santi Rama (Deaf School)

Jeffrey Bravin, Executive Director of American School for the Deaf and Joel Barish visit a School for the Deaf in Jakarta, Indonesia. Learn more about their system for vocational training for students, get a sneak peek inside their academic class and a music class, and more. (captioned)

Indonesia: Cicendo Deaf School

Indonesia: Cicendo Deaf School

Watch as Joel Barish and Jeffrey Bravin, the executive director of the first School for the Deaf in the USA, connect with the first School for the Deaf in Indonesia. What a cherished connection! (captioned)

Bali: Sacred Monkey Forest

Bali: Sacred Monkey Forest

There’s no place quite like the Sacred Monkey Forest in Ubud, Bali, where monkeys roamfreely among people in a sanctuary that harbors no fences. Joel explores the forest andsees for himself just how friendly and active monkeys really are!Thanks to ZVRS for making our Around The World 3 trip possible

Bali: Deaf Rice Farmer

Bali: Deaf Rice Farmer

Head into the rice fields in Tabanan, Bali and you’ll find Ketut, a Deaf rice farmer. Joelspends the day wading through the rice fields, and learning about the complexities ofthe process of how rice goes from seed to your table for dinner. Roll up your sleeves,there’s work to be done!Thanks to ZVRS

Bali: Deaf Wood Carver

Bali: Deaf Wood Carver

Head into the small Bali village of Tabanan, and you’ll find yourself off the typical touristpath, and deeply immersed in Bali culture. There, Joel Barish meets with Jepri, an extremelytalented wood carver who makes his living creating beautiful carvings for buildings andarchitecture. Take a look in

Bali: Deaf Dance Group

Bali: Deaf Dance Group

An important part of local culture in Bali is the artistic expression through dance. Joel meetsWayan Suatra, who founded a Deaf dance group, and visits with the group to see how theyprepare their costumes for dance. Joel then takes in a terrific performance by the Bali dancegroup, which literally in

Bali: Luwak Coffee

Bali: Luwak Coffee

Joel, the coffee connoisseur makes a pilgrimage to the Luwak Coffee farms in Bali. Luwak coffee isamong the most expensive in the world. But if you take a look at their operations and how LuwakCoffee is produced, actually using the luwak animals as part of the processes, you’re in for quite asurpris

Bali: Fishing Market

Bali: Fishing Market

No trip to Bali, a tiny Indonesian island where fishing is a a way of life, is complete without a visitto one of the many local fishing markets. Joel joins Wahyu, his Deaf guide and takes a tour of thefishing market to find the freshest catches of the day. There, he meets with local Ketut Suyadnya,w

Bali: Deaf School

Bali: Deaf School

A stop in Bali isn’t complete without a visit to the Bali Deaf School. Joel takes a tour of the localDeaf School, taking you on a visit on campus, inside the classrooms, and interacting with thestudents in Bali Sign Language! Take a look at the types of classes they offer as they prepare theirstuden

Bali: Anantara Seminyak Hotel Resort & Spa

Bali: Anantara Seminyak Hotel Resort & Spa

While in Bali, Joel found himself in the Anantara Seminyak Hotel Resort & Spa, nestled on Bali’s world-famous beaches. Take a look at Anantara’s beautiful views, stunning pools, and soak in the atmosphere as Joel spends the night at one of the nicest hotels in BalThanks to ZVRS for making our Around

Bali: Deaf Tailor

Bali: Deaf Tailor

Around the World 3 continues its journey as Joel Barish lands in the Indonesian island of Bali. Joel meets with Wahyu, a Deaf guide who routinely gives tours of Bali, and the first stop on that tour is meeting Winarta, Deaf man who has worked as a tailor creating beautiful clothes in the local cultu