No Limits Tour
¡Nueva Zelanda! (Español)
Fiordland National Park
Parque Nacional de Fiordland (Español)
India: Part One
India: Primera parte (Español)
India: Part Two
India: Segunda Parte (Español)
Nepal: Part Two
Nepal: Segunda Parte (Español)
Consejos Para Viajar (Español)
Yes, Eviatar Weizman has hemophilia. No, he’s not going to let that hold him back.
Frankly.Net is following Eviatar on a six-month journey that starts out from Tel Aviv in his native Israel, then takes him to Nepal, India, Thailand and New Zealand. Along the way he’s going to find out what it takes to manage his hemophilia while on the road, thousands of miles away from home, in some of the most challenging places on Earth.
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