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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 arrives in the port city of Aqaba, Jordan, where he can see the countries of Egypt, Israel and Saudi Arabia, and meets with a local conservationist who takes him on a dive in the Red Sea; and learns to prepare Jordan's national dish, mansaf.
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On his first voyage to Barbados, Josh takes a food tour with a local historian; visits a legendary cricket club to learn all about the game; and goes for a snorkeling adventure in a location known to be a habitat for sea turtles.
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Josh recalls the many geological wonders that have astounded him on his travels, like Malta's Blue Grotto; the Fontein Cave in Aruba's Arikok National Park; Sicily's Mount Etna and more.
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Josh visits Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, a city that can boast having the tallest building, the largest manmade island, and the biggest choreographed water fountain in the world.
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Josh docks in Savona, Italy, a gateway to the Italian Riviera, and explores the nearby hill towns of Noli and Finalborgo by bike; explores an experiment in underwater farming; learns to make pansotti.
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Josh voyages to Corfu, where he gets swept up in Old Town by a dance troupe doing the popular dance, syrtaki; learns to make baklava; gets a sailing lesson on a traditional Greek trehantiri; and learns about Corfu's olive trees and making olive oil.
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Josh visits a spice shop in Valletta, the capital of Malta; tours the palace museum at Fort St. Angelo; gets a lesson in abseiling to get a birds-eye view of the Blue Grotto; and learns to make Malta's classic fish soup, aljotta.
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Josh cruises to Giardini Naxos to visit Opera dei Pupi, a nearly 2-century-old marionette theater; gets a geology lesson by climbing one of Europe's active volcanoes, Mount Etna; explores Taormina; and learns to make caponata.
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Josh recalls a few of his incredible experiences: kayaking to the famous El Arco landmark off Cabo San Lucas; attending a hula warrior dance school in Oahu; and building a playground out of recycled tires for a community center in Roatán, Honduras.
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Josh sails to Costa Rica, where he visits a mascarada maker; meets an explorer of waterfalls; goes to a ranch where Spanish horses are raised and trained in the discipline of dressage; and learns to prepare a tuna dish using only local ingredients.
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Josh immerses himself in the culture of St. Petersburg, Russia, with a ballet lesson; an architectural boat tour through the canals; the Mikhailovsky Ballet's warm-up and performance of "Le Corsaire"; a tour of the FabergeÌ Museum.
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Josh teams up with new friends to help Caribbean communities; building a playground of recycled tires on Roatán; planting trees at the Community Baboon Sanctuary on Belize; helping catch coral gametes in the coastal waters of Cozumel.
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Exploring Helsinki, Finland; embracing Finnish sauna culture; a walk with a reindeer; a culinary walking tour.
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Exploring Aruba; a music lesson about the steel pan, the source of the distinctive Caribbean sound; a visit to a hot pepper farm; a tour of a national park and an aloe farm.
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Exploring Maui, Hawaii; taking a ukulele lesson; preparing a traditional Hawaiian luau dish; mastering stand-up paddleboarding in Honolua Bay; touring a pineapple plantation.
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An architectural walking tour in Rotterdam, Netherlands; visiting a unique cheese warehouse in the town of Gouda and the famous windmills of Kinderdijk; discovering the historic connection of a ship with its namesake city.
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Sailing to Tallinn, Estonia, one of Europe's best preserved medieval cities, to experience three different professions: apprenticing as a blacksmith's helper, training in full armor as a castle guard, and learning how to serve a feast.
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Exploring Cabo San Lucas, Mexico; an artisanal glass factory; kayaking to the famous El Arco landmark includes a visit to an organic farm; a chef shares a recipe for a traditional salsa.
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Sailing to Oahu, Hawaii, to learn the customs and traditions of Hawaiian leis; a local chef prepares a unique take on a popular Asian-style roll; testing stamina and rhythm while training to be a hula dance warrior.
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Josh rereads some of his favorite journal entries from voyages in Europe; Josh takes a ride on a wooden train, teams up with a local chef to make Greek specialties and visits a decorative tile factory.
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Josh explores Bangkok, Thailand; Josh visits a floating market with exotic produce, takes a cooking class and visits an ancient village.

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