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Host Josh Garcia shares his love of food and travel with the audience as he sets off on a culturally resonant journey around the world. Garcia makes his voyage by ocean, taking the opportunity at each port to experience and understand the hidden majesty, varying traditions and distinctive cuisine. As he meets with local cultural experts, learns authentic regional tales and tastes indigenous dishes, Garcia hopes that sharing his own experiences will help encourage others to celebrate and engage with the people, places and cultures of the world.

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Josh visits St. Lucia, learning the rainforest's importance to the island population and zip lining across the tree canopy; St. Lucia's largest outdoor market; the island's Creole cuisine; artists who carve with scavenged wood.
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Josh rereads his journal entries, remembering how fruits and vegetables are grown and cooked; visits a garden growing herbs in biodomes under the sea in Italy; learns how olives are harvested in Greece; takes part in a farm-to-table meal in Mexico.
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Josh visits Manila, the capital of the Philippines, taking a bike tour of the 400-year-old walled city of Intramuros; explores the smallest active volcano in the world with a volcanologist; gets a lesson in adobo cooking from a local Filipino chef.
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Josh voyages to Oman, touring the capital's elegant Grand Mosque, which holds 21,000 people; tries his hand at the craft of carpet weaving; visits a date farm; learns how to travel in the desert region of Sharqiya Sands from a Bedouin tribe member.
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Josh rereads some of his favorite journal entries from his tour of Asia; Vietnam's most important crop; soup dumplings in Shanghai, China; a tea farm in Taipei, Taiwan.
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Josh explores Shanghai, China; the ancient martial art of tai chi; the secret to making soup dumplings, Shanghai's signature specialty; badminton.
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Josh spends the day ashore in Amber Cove exploring the Dominican Republic's national treasures; the natural wonder of amber; how to make sancocho; Josh visits a premier sports academy and trains with its heavy hitters.
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Josh rereads favorite journal entries from his voyages to Alaska; Josh kayaks to the Mendenhall Glacier, ventures inside its majestic ice caves, tries his hand at timbersports, tours the tallest mountain in North America, and explores glacial peaks.
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Josh explores Belize; a local chef teaches him how to make a traditional Belizean stew; Josh ventures into the jungle and discovers Mayan ruins that date back more than 3,000 years; swimming with sharks.
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The sights, sounds and flavors of Tokyo, Japan; the art of flower arrangement known as ikebana; authentic Tokyo-style sushi.
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Josh arrives in Ocho Rios, Jamaica; a rafting trip down the picturesque Martha Brae River; exotic jungle scenery; Jamaica's high mountain coffee; a famous jerk chicken restaurant.
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Josh explores Athens, Greece; how traditional prayer beads have been transformed into a popular part of Greek culture known as worry beads; a signature Greek dish; an Olympian teaches Josh how to throw a javelin.
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Josh sails to Dubrovnik, Croatia, where he visits a silk museum, discovers a seafood delicacy unique to that part of the world, and explores the area's salt flats.
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In Alaska, Josh visits a fish hatchery and learns how the salmon population is sustained; the world of crab fishing; ice caves of the great Mendenhall Glacier.
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Josh explores Mallorca, Spain; a scenic ride through the countryside on a one-of-a-kind wooden train built over a century ago; a gourmet sausage lab; Josh tries his hand at creating an ensaimada, the island's most beloved pastry.
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Josh explores the food, culture and music of Lisbon, Portugal; the ancient art of Lisbon's handcrafted decorative tiles; how to make vegetable tempura; Josh is introduced to Fado music.
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Josh explores the city of Kotor, Montenegro; a local chef shows the ancient method for preparing sac; Josh learns about the city's limestone landscape and Montenegro's national sport, water polo.
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Josh rereads journal entries from voyages through the Caribbean Sea; a dance style born in Havana, Cuba; swimming with sharks in one of the longest barrier reefs on Earth; a restaurant famous for its jerk chicken.
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Josh cruises to the country of Panama, transiting through its famous canal, touring the historic district, visiting Monkey Island, and meeting an indigenous tribe to learn about its traditional lifestyle in Panama's remote rainforest.
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Josh explores Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; an open-air market with exotic fruits; a local soccer player teaches Josh; a hang gliding tour high above the city.
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Josh explores Buenos Aires, Argentina; Josh learns why empanadas come in different shapes and sizes, plays, and he tangos and plays polo.

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