To finish up their globe-spanning adventure Christa and Oli visit the Bondi Icebergs - a fellowship of serious cold-water enthusiasts.
Sydney’s fish market is a seafood Mecca. Christa drops in to sample what might be the best Fish & Chips in the world.
Long ago, Australia’s Cockatoo Island was an inescapable prison for the baddest of the bad. Now people escape to there for a relaxing time.
The Huli tribesmen devote years of care and ceremony to growing perfect wigs. Christa and Oli get grooming tips and meet the Asaro Mudmen, who masquerade as vengeful spirits.
Throwing darts is a national pastime in Papua New Guinea. Christa learns how they do it there and gives it a go.
Roasting a pig is for special occasions in Papua New Guinea. Christa and Oli are guests at this multi-tribe celebration.
Camping on a volcano saves you a step. Oli learns how to cook with magma’s natural heat and joins a Gamelan band.
To see more of Bali than resorts, Christa meets some of the famed local silversmiths. It’s charm all around as she makes a piece for herself.
Knowing Chinese folklore might make this theme park make more sense, but it probably doesn’t make it any less creepy. Oli is as baffled as he is unnerved.
One of Malaysia’s holiest sites is also revered for rock climbing. Christa achieves new heights at the Batu Caves, learning how sport and spirit compliment each other.
Oli discovers that Malaysia’s Cameron Highlands are as perfect for relaxing as they are for cultivating tea.
As terrifying as being 12 meters underwater with no scuba tank sounds, Christa and Oli learn how to make it a transcendental experience.
With Thai food being such a hit around the world, Christa and Oli are curious to see what Thai people eat day-to-day. It’s definitely not bugs.
Bankok is a backpacker hot spot, but many outsiders inadvertently disrespect the religious community. Oli speaks to a monk about the right way to buy a Buddha souvenir.
The fishermen of Inle lake gracefully row with their feet so they can fish simultaneously. Oli … gives it his best.
Bagan’s wealth of temples makes for a game of punch-buggy like no other. Christa and Oli bike around spotting ancient treasures.
Visit one of the most sacred places on the banks of river Ganga and join Oli as he tries his hand at the Sitar.
Kite fighting in India goes back ages and has remained unchanged. Oli goes kite-to-kite with the neighborhood kids.
Jaipur is known for colorful textiles and traditional dishes. Christa and Oli get domestic and try their hand at the local crafts.
In Dubai opulence knows no bounds, and even Polo is next-level. Oli swings a giant hammer off the back of a giant animal.
As the world’s crossroads, Istanbul sees a lot of commerce - so the Turks know how to make a deal. Christa tries her hand at haggling in the Grand Bazaar.
It’s like something out of a post-apocalyptic thriller about space-communists. Bulgaria’s Buzludzha monument ruins are unlike anywhere Christa and Oli have ever been.
The Mostar Bridge could easily be taken for a colorful tourist attraction. When Christa meets the daredevil divers, she learns that it means much more to them.
The canals of Venice are some of the most tourist-transited places on the planet, but kayaking gives Oli a glance of the city’s hidden facets.
The best way to communicate across the breathtaking valleys of the Austrian Alps is by yodeling. Oli is learning one-on-one with a pro.
Christa and Oli put their Mini to the test. This leg of the journey takes them through the Italian Alps’ most infamous road.
There’s renaissance faires and there's this. French history-buffs-turned-architects are building an entire castle with period-accurate methods. Oli goes back in time with the craftsmen.
Dominique Persoone is Belgium’s chocolate rock star, and his craft has given him a passion for travel. Christa and Oli sample his most notorious creation.
The great journey kicks off in Lonely Planet’s home - London, where Oil leaves his mark learning about the legendary street art scene.
It’s one of Italy’s most iconic cities, a town with stunning canals, churches, and alleyways at every turn. See the ultimate traveler’s guide to Venice.
Bradley Cooper kayaks the premiere river in the United States – the Gauley. Meanwhile,Holly Morris makes her way by packhorse through the Sangre de Cristo mountains in southern Colorado.
Justine Shapiro travels to Vietnam and begins her journey in Ho Chi Minh City. She then travel by bus to Halong Bay on the Gulf of Tonkin.
Megan McCormick dives into the newly opened-for-business tourist trade in Myanmar, and discovers a destination full of nature, history, and hospitality.
Bobby Chinn gets to know historic Havana through some amazing rum, cigars, and dishes like African Creole fruit salad with flambeed rum and guava sauce.
Zay Harding continues his journey down Argentina’s legendary Route 40, one of the longest roads in the world, seeing iconic Mount Fitz Roy along the way.
Justine Shapiro visits Guangxi, Guizhou, Yunnan and Sichuan. She heads to what the Chinese consider to be the most beautiful area in the whole world – Moon Hill.
Holly Morris travels to the West African country of Gabon to go trekking in the rainforest. From Libreville on the Atlantic coast, Holly heads inland to Lope National Park.
Estelle Bingham races boats and helps make wine in South Australia before going way out into the outback for wild west excitement and Aboriginal Rituals.
Calling all herbivores! With a beautiful gold mosque as his backdrop, Bobby whips up a vegetarian kofta with curried spinach sauce, eggplant glazed in miso, and stir-fried tofu with roasted peanuts.
Climbing Ambuluwawa tower in Sri Lanka will take your breath away in more ways than one. Tyson-Lord Gray takes us through his nerve-wracking trip to the top.
Chef David Andrews breaks down how to make macarons the simple way, with a special spring twist: bunny macarons.