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I have so many memories from this show. I remember them driving dune buggies across Egypt, walking the streets of Venice. There was that episode where Foster participated in an ancient Japanese ritual where many people dragged a giant juggernaut through the street; pole vaulting over ditches in Holland--Robin makes it because of her gymnastic training, Foster and Patrick don't; chocolate shop, in Belgium?--so fresh it goes bad in two weeks; That fun contest (in Sweden?) where contestants made their own 'boats', dressed up in costumes; luaus; Barbara Alverez co-piloting a jet, engaging in mock combat with a police officer; a Scarlett O'Hara impersonator jokes with Patrick Michael, asking if he would like to see her underwear, he excitedly says yes, only to find that it's long underwear--she did the same thing to a former prime minister of Japan and it caused a scandal; Patrick Michael learning to wrestle in Korea, and Pearce Bunting eating a live squid in Korea; three of the Travelers pose while standing inside the pants of _one_ Sumo wrestler; visiting a fair in Wisconsin, fried cheese, crowning the Butter Queen, face sculpting with butter; learning about a mythological sea monster depicted in a Korean statue; Egypt?: A Scottish device was used to spray icy cold water at somebody in order to rejuvenate them; Pearce Bunting joking with someone impersonating Benjamin Franklin's wife--what was he like in bed?; New York: meeting Ed Koch, great parking tip (at the Navy Yard); Memphis: A prospective country singer records a song, the Travelers record a song; Atlanta, GA?: Foster's home town? Cool diner, cruising in '60 chevys; an Indian guru tells Barbara that she could be a great mathematician if she developed her skills; Mexico: day of the dead, waking up at 4 AM when it's still dark, thousands of people walking through the streets with candles, pouring beer on rocks, then smashing the rocks; Atlanta: every street is named Peach St; Jamaica: 'I must improve my bust!'; Venice: buying cookies from nuns; Japan: green tea ice cream. Visiting a haunted hotel in Owensboro, KY, recipe for Turkey stuffing: twelve ingredients including kale, but doesn't taste like kale; Gloucester, MA: the greasy pole contest; the silent, elegant, and powerful blue skies of Seville, Spain. Also, I believe in one episode someone from Central America gave Barbara Alvarez some makeup that was made from a bug. This person forgot to tell her that the makeup lasts for several weeks.
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