First Visit to the Country that Sold Me A Passport

First Visit to the Country that Sold Me A Passport

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13 Responses


    What a feeling 😭😭… coming from a country with a disadvantaged passport i can imagine what it feels like to be finally FREE …

  2. Cherish Unni says:

    My dream destination is Israel! I have been dreaming about it for a looooong time. I always imagine walking and seeing with my own eyes those places that I’ve read in the Bible.

    I’m so happy for you Ammar! As I also hold a weaker passport, I understand how you feel in a way. I’m so happy seeing you enjoy your step-motherland!

  3. Purmillda Sophilla says:

    This video brought tears to my eyes. I can’t imagine how bittersweet it must have felt, Ammar, to have visited the country that changed the course of your future. It is so inspiring. My dream destination would be Italy. Being from Australia, most countries around the world are so far away and so expensive to get to. Especially for someone like me who is a nurse, so I don’t earn a lot of money. International travel is a luxury that I can’t afford. I have always dreamed of going to Italy and immersing myself in their culture of food and wine. I would also love to see the beautiful countryside and beaches that Italy has to offer. It is such a picturesque country with beautiful people and world-renowned cities. This would be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for me to be able to go to Italy, and it would mean so much to me to be able to go to the country I have been dreaming about visiting since I was a little girl.

  4. ThingLonger says:

    The first video I ever watched of Yes Theory was the trip to Tuvalu. Ever since I’ve fell in love with the concept of traveling to places that no one ever goes, exploring the area, and getting to know the people. Watching you guys inspired me to get a degree in english and embark on adventures, documenting my journey as I go. If I got the free trip I’d truly see no place more fit to go than where my inspiration began: Tuvalu. With somewhat clandestine twist of fate, a boy who grew up in a small town in Arkansas, and watched a YouTube video about a place no one’s ever heard of, would find himself there only a few years later. It would mean the world.

    • Tengo mekhrishvili says:

      Same dude, first time I watched yes theory was trip to Tuvalu . honestly the best trip vlog I’ve ever seen up to date !

  5. Troy Hull says:

    This episode brought tears of sadness and joy. I could not imagine being Amar. This channel is so inspiring. Seeking discomfort… Such a concept. I read a quote once that reads “life begins at the end of your comfort zone.” This channel seems to take that concept to a whole other level. It is truly amazing and truly wonderful to feel like I’m a part of the experiences as I watch each episode. I am native Polynesian and nearly 30 years ago I visited Hawaii, for the first time, with a college friend. And I was too scared to meet my family for the first time because I still thought they lived in grass huts and I just didn’t know how to react to that. How naive I was at that age! It would be pretty amazing to go back and properly meet my native family.

  6. Professor Monke says:

    Holy shit, the amount of effort you guys put into a single video is unimaginable. The fact that you can put several thousands of dollars into one small segment of a video just proves that you and your team actually care about what you are doing. Not even just that, but also the videography, the dedication to the camera shots and the film quality is astonishing, and then theres the fact that these heart-warming moments, like Ammar being able to finally travel where he wants and NOT get stopped by an immigration officer is just amazing to hear and great to watch. If I were to pick a place for my dream country to visit, it would probably be Japan, I’d love to go there because of the History, Culture, Cuisine and the general kindness of the public. Even just to learn about the country is astonishing, wither thats the geography – like the huge mountains in the snowy north, or the boiling volcanoes in the heated south, it is all stupidly interesting. Same with the history, like how the last 100 samurais defeated an entire Mongol army, and how emperors have been backstabbed over the many years. I find it amazing. But seriously, I personally think this video is seriously well made, and I am extremely happy for Ammar.

  7. B Bazel says:

    My dad is going through some tough times in his life right now, he lost his job 2 years ago and has since become an alcoholic. He has always wanted to go New Zealand to see the world from a different perspective. I would love for you guys to talk to him and give him some words of encouragement. Keep up the great videos and thank you to the whole Seek Discomfort team for helping me realize there is more to this world then fear and anxiety! I LOVE YOU ALL!!!!

  8. Shay Hawk says:

    This was an amazing episode. The island hospitality is truly amazing. You guys always run in to the right people at the right time. I’ve always wanted to go to Greece. I’m fascinated by architecture and exploring the ancient ruins is definitely my bucket list place. The combination of beaches and rich history would be truly amazing to experience. I’ve seen all the ruins in my architecture classes and am amazed, I can’t even imagine how amazing they would be in real life.

  9. michelle waltham says:

    It seems fate had a lot to play in Ammars story of investing in a St Kitts passport. The first immigration officer he meets on the beautiful island is so very friendly and welcoming and his name means generous in Arabic. Wow. You just couldnt make that up. Its fab to see you back and cant wait to see your next adventure xx

  10. Paola De Jongh says:

    Ever since I was little, my biggest dream was to visit places I’ve never been to.

    I’ve always been inspired by learning and exchanging cultural diversity and society every time I came across a tourist here in Puerto Rico I feel the necessity to do it cause I feel like the more we learn about other cultures, the more we can learn and share within our culture itself and cherish in the future.

    My whole life I dreamed about visiting the Netherlands due to knowing about the history of my grandpa’s last name (my mom’s dad) cause most of my life I have had to pronounce my last name at schools, jobs, interviews, and friends so even though my grandpa didn’t accept my mom I wanted to know about the Netherlands culture and diversity but that all changed last year when I discovered a little land on Guernsey named *Sark Island*.

    I got curious how Sark Island is one of the few places in the world where cars are banned on road, the population is about 500 people, and is the first Dark Sky Island in the world due to its clear light pollution and a full view of the stars. Then the more I learned about Sark, the more I fell in love with it, and if I can just visit it one that it will be the most challenging but the lifetime experience of my life.

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