Mountains, Curries and Tuk Tuks All Over the Place


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Mountains, Curries and Tuk Tuks

The gang taste durian - the world's smelliest fruit - in Malaysia and head to Japan for some cosplay in Tokyo's Yoyogi Park.


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Are you ready for an amazing adventure?

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Then join Ed Petrie and his CBBC mates...

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-Spot me, bruv.

-Yes.

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..on a bonkers and brilliant journey around...

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Asia! Asia! Asia!

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It's going to be epic.

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Oh, it's amazing!

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-I love it!

-Let's do this!

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We've got loads of brain-boggling facts to tell you about.

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Welcome to All Over The Place.

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-Can I watch it?

-You're in it.

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We'll take part in some of Asia's

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most spectacular and craziest events.

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-Off to sea!

-I'm coming to get you!

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So, are you ready to go...?

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# All Over The Place

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# All Over The Place

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# North, south, east, west on a bizarre quest

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# Me and my mates all over the place

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# It's true what you've heard Everything is absurd

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# Whatever we do is straight and true

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# All Over The Place

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# All Over The Place

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# There's stuff to do in Asia that is totally ace

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# And it turns up All Over The Place! #

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-Ed, what are you doing?

-I'm trying to meditate.

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All right.

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Why?

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Because I'm trying to find the way.

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Well, everyone seems to be heading that way.

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No, THE way, my way.

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My path in life.

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Oh, got you.

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-Why?

-Because that's what Taoism is all about.

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Tourism? Tourism is what it's all about?

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No, Taoism.

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Also known as Daoism?

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It's an ancient Chinese religion that began in these mountains.

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And people come from all over the world to seek enlightenment

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and be at one with nature.

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That sounds very cool, totally get it.

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And I, for one, can definitely hear the call of nature.

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Ugh.

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I'm not sure what the toilet facilities are like, Naomi,

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but Ed's in the right place if he's looking for enlightenment.

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Wudang Mountain has 53 Taoist temples and palaces,

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most of which are built on these super-steep mountains,

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going way up into the clouds.

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Hope we like heights!

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They've got some pretty cool names too -

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the Dragon Spring Temple,

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Purple Spring Palace

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and Bronze Pixie Unicorn.

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Oh, hold on, that last one's my CBBC login.

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Ed and Naomi, you have 37 seconds to find out about Wudang Shan.

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Ed, you have Chen Chen, who knows all about the myths and legends.

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Naomi, you have Mr Feng, who knows all about the temples.

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Whoever finds out the most facts is the winner.

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San, er, yi - zou!

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Who decided that temples should be built here?

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Who's that?

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Ooh, long time ago, then.

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What is the most famous temple here called?

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-TRANSLATION:

-The most famous temple in Wudang Shan

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is the Golden Hall. It's amazing.

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What are the mountains famous for?

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Do people still pray here?

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Yes, a lot of people still pray here.

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-SIREN BLARES

-Time up.

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Mr Feng, put it there. I don't know about you,

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but my temples are bulging after that pressure.

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And the winner is...

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-..Ed!

-Yay!

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Your prize is immortality!

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Just kidding!

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Instead, I'll teleport you around the mountain

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using the magic of television, so you can find out

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what it's like to become enlightened.

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Ooh!

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Where are we off to first?

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It's a surprise.

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Whoa! What is this place?

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You're looking at the 400-year-old Xuanyue Archway.

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Some reckon it's a gateway to the Taoist spiritual world.

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I really like this. I wonder what else they've got.

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There's plenty more to see on the mountain.

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How about a photo before you go?

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Say cheese!

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Say...

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-..cheese!

-Cheese!

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Oh.

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You're now halfway up the mountain, at the famous Middle Temple.

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This is one of the many buildings monks had been visiting

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for over 800 years.

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They perform prayers,

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read religious texts and love walking up steps.

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Handy, as it's a three-hour walk to the top!

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Oh, right. We should definitely do that.

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A three-hour climb up the stairs to enlightenment?

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Pfft, I've got a better idea.

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Let's just take the cable car.

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Oh, right. You could've just...

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taken us to the top.

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Oh, well, I do love a good cable car.

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-You ever been on one before?

-Have I ever been on one before?

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-Yeah.

-HE LAUGHS

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They call me king of the cable cars.

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-Aargh! Oh! Ah!

-This is mad! This is mad!

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Oh, it's so steep! Who built this?!

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-This is brilliant.

-Is this safe?!

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-Of course it is, king of the cable car.

-Argh!

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Wherever I look, it's not good!

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-Look, we're right in the clouds.

-Oh, yeah, brilliant.

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I wonder if we'll be able to see the Golden Hall.

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If I ever open my eyes again.

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But the cable car doesn't take you all the way to the top.

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To reach enlightenment, you've got to walk.

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Look, Ed, to the Golden Summit.

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Just a couple of steps to go.

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I think you're confusing the word couple with the word thousands.

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Oh, wow, look down there, Ed.

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-What?

-HE WHIMPERS

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See that, Ed? That's the Golden Summit.

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Oh, what a beautiful place to meditate.

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And admire the view.

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At 1,612m above sea level...

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..the tallest mountain in Britain!

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I don't think you'll get Ed up here.

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Forget enlightenment, I need to lighten myself.

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Of my lunch!

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HE GROANS

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Ugh!

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Luckily, the Golden Hall toilets are first on the left, Ed!

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Behold!

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The world's smelliest fruit.

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Yes, the durian fruit.

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Ever since I've got to Malaysia,

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all I've wanted to do is to set eyes on one of these in the flesh.

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Well, technically that's not the flesh,

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that's the thorny outer shell and the flesh is inside.

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Anyway, it's too dangerous to touch.

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What's with the crown?

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Well, you see, the locals call this the king of the fruits.

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So I thought I'd just try and fit in with them.

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Apparently, some people say that they smell of raw sewage

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or rotting flesh.

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Yeah, well, it's a good job, then,

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that we're wearing these biohazard protective suits.

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Hang on.

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Look over there.

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They seem to be enjoying it!

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They ARE enjoying it, Ed.

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That's because the smelly durian fruit

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is considered to be a delicacy here in Malaysia.

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Durians are grown all over Asia,

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and different types of durian each have their own flavour.

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Even though they're banned from some public places

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because of their awful pong,

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the taste is supposed to be, well, less awful.

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But there's only one way to find out.

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-It's busy here, isn't it?

-Absolutely, they must love it.

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Starting to get a little bit whiffy.

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-Yeah. Fruity pongs.

-Kind of a gassy smell, almost.

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Are you guys all right? Do you need a little bit of help?

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You look quite lost.

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We are, lost in a smell.

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I've never encountered this before.

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Is this something people do a lot in Malaysia?

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Yeah, we love to eat durians in Malaysia.

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How often do people tend to eat it?

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When they're in season, we eat durians as often as we possibly can.

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I mean, it's a big old fruit, isn't it?

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How much of it is actually edible?

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Well, if you look at the fruit,

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it's prickly on the outside.

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-It can break the skin, can't it?

-Yeah, yeah.

-It's sharp.

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You can't eat that, so what we do is you open it up

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and you eat the flesh that surrounds the seeds in the inside.

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Yeah, it smells a bit like someone's left the gas on.

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Yeah, it's weird. It's like a hot... A hot, pungent smell.

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If they start to go off, do they smell and taste worse?

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Do people not eat them, then?

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We don't ever let them go off in Malaysia.

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We finish them before we let them go off.

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-We should get you one.

-We should try one, shouldn't we?

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HE SPEAKS OWN LANGUAGE

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Oh, wow!

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-Here we go, gents.

-That looks great.

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You eat the flesh around the seeds.

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-It's...

-All right.

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It's a little more whiffy on the outside, isn't it?

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Uh-oh, I think I've eaten the seeds.

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I think I have as well.

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-Have I eaten the seed?

-Yes, don't eat the seed,

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you just want to eat the flesh.

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It's really nice.

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-Really buttery.

-Yeah.

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-It's a bit like sort of avocado-y, but sweeter.

-Mm.

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That is delicious.

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It is very delicious.

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I actually want to pick this clean, it's really nice.

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I've never eaten anything like it.

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I think we can make you honorary Malaysians.

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I think they're great. I want to spread the joy!

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I want to spread the durian, Ed, come on.

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-Durian, anyone?

-Royal fruit?

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Kind of smells a bit like Prince George's nappy.

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I think that's why they call it the royal fruit.

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Oh, guys, you need to work on your sales pitch.

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It should be dead easy getting rid of your durians.

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Each year, on average, Malaysians eat more than 10kg of them.

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That's about the weight of 100 apples.

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Is it good?

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-It's really good.

-Yeah?

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Have you eaten it before?

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-Free durian.

-Oh, they're queueing up for it now, Ed.

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Oh, there we go.

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I like it. Sweet. Really sweet.

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Look at that, all gone.

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I'd say that was a success, Ed.

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Yeah, I'm going to go back and get some more for the plane.

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Do you think they'll be all right with that?

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Yeah. I can't imagine there'd be any problems at all.

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ERROR BLEEPS

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Is this your case, sir?

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Erm, a hot-pink hard-shell,

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Daddy's Little Princess sticker and a One Direction tag?

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-Yeah, it's mine.

-Hm. It stinks!

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Well, I don't think much of your uniform, but I keep it to myself.

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No, he means it literally, actually reeks.

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What have you got in there?

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Just a few things I picked up from my travels around the world so far.

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What did you pick up, diarrhoea, cocker?

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Heh-heh-heh.

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Ugh, it's like a nursery school nappy bin in there.

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-And not good way.

-Ooh...

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Ah, it might be this durian fruit that I got in Malaysia.

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Durian fruit?

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You can't take that on a plane, mate, they're banned.

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-Banned!

-It's going in the bin. Go on, bin it.

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-Bin that fruit.

-You know where it is.

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-Go on.

-DODGE SNIFFS

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Hang on. I can smell something else in here, guvnor.

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Oh. It could be this surstromming.

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It's a fermented herring delicacy from Sweden.

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-Do you want to try some?

-Ugh! No, I don't!

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It stinks like billyo.

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Yeah, I don't know the you've ever smelt our mate Billyo,

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-but he is putrid!

-Yes.

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Surstromming is banned on planes, too!

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Now, stick it in the bin.

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-Go on.

-Not only does it pong...

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-Pong!

-..the tin's going to explode.

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-It's a stink bomb made of fish.

-Ooh!

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For a species whose hobby is sniffing each other's bums,

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you two are being, as they say on the streets,

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-well prissy.

-Hmph!

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Next you're going to be saying I can't bring this

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casu marzu cheese from Sardinia on the plane.

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Of course you can take that on the plane.

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You just can't take it off the plane.

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Yeah, it's banned in the USA.

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You might as well bin it now.

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-Bin it!

-Get rid!

-Go on!

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But why?

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Firstly, it's unpasteurised,

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which means it could contain nasty bugs.

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-Just like my fur. I haven't had a bath in years, you know.

-Yeah.

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And secondly, a comes with live maggots wriggling through it.

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Dangerous to your health, dead or alive.

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-Now get it in the bin!

-Bin it!

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Well, I've got nothing left.

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At least I've got this case, I suppose.

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Ah, I'm afraid that's banned too.

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-By who?

-The fashion police!

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THEY LAUGH

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Right, send this for testing.

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Testing.

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# Yoyogi Park in Tokyo

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# Has this famous reputation you should know

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# In the city, so little space

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# Means the park's become a famous meeting place

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# You've got artists and musicians

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# You've got Japanese cosplay

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# Which is when you dress up as a superhero for the day

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# You've got every kind of dancer

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# Every street performer too

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# Enjoy dressing up like Elvis? Then this is the place for you

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# Here in the park

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# Anything goes

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# See fashionistas in all kind of clothes

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# Every weekend, people put on their shows

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# Just imagine

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# Just imagine

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# Just imagine

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# Come down to Yoyogi Take a chance, chance, chance

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# Things might look a bit strange at first glance, glance, glance

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# But hang out with the greasers and just dance, dance, dance

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# Or throw some shapes in a samurai stance, stance, stance

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# You can't beat Yoyogi

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# In Tokyo

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# You can't beat Yoyogi

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# You just got to go

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# This place has quite a history

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# It was a parade ground used by the military

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# Back in the day, it was the site

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# Of Japan's first powered aircraft flight

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# And it hosted the Olympics back in 1964

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# Has there ever been a park that has been used so much before?

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# There's over 100 acres if you're fancying a jog

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# Or just come and browse the street art

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# Or simply walk your dog

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# Here in the park, anything goes

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# See fashionistas in all kind of clothes

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# Every weekend people put on their shows

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# Just imagine

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# Just imagine

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# Just imagine

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# Come and join a session of t'ai chi, chi, chi

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# Improve your fitness, strength and flexibility

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# Street musicians everywhere you go, go, go

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# Performers dressed up in a kimono, no, no

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# You can't beat Yoyogi

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# Come down to Yoyogi Take a chance, chance, chance

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# I guarantee your life will be enhanced, hanced, hanced

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# I'll go and get my superhero pants, pants, pants

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# You'll have to warn the viewers in advance, vance, vance

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# You can't beat Yoyogi

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# I love being in Yoyogi

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# You can't beat Yoyogi

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# I love being in Yoyogi

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# You can't beat Yoyogi. #

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I need to expand Brand Petrie around the world,

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-and I have got the perfect answer.

-Oh, yeah?

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Two words - breakfast cereal.

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Boom!

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Ha-ha, Kerala Kurry Krunch!

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Looks a bit odd. What's in it?

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Curry. And crunch, from an unknown source.

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-And you know the best thing?

-What's that?

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-Free toy at the bottom.

-Ha-ha, now we're talking!

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Free toy, come on then.

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SQUELCH

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Ugh!

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Oh. Warning - may contain traces of green gloop.

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Epic fail, Ed.

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But guess what? People in India eat curry for breakfast!

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And in Kerala, coconut is the key ingredient.

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In fact, Kerala means land of the coconut.

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I think Ed needs some culinary advice from India's Gordon Ramsay.

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It's Chef Dinen.

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What do you think of my curry-flavoured breakfast cereal?

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Oh, no, no. You need to make it freshly, because our fresh spices,

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like coriander, pepper...

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Some of the stuff in here was fresh, a few months ago.

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OK.

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Goodbye, breakfast cereal.

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Actually, I have got a slightly dicky tummy,

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because I think I've eaten too much of that cereal.

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Why don't you taste the curry? I'm in a hurry.

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HE FARTS

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Asia's tastiest food, France's toughest critic.

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He is better than you, it's Rene Mangetout.

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I am ze king of the world!

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Monsieur Chef...

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can you hear zat noise?

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No, no noise.

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Zere is a noise, monsieur!

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The sound of my tummy rumbling!

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I'm hungry, monsieur!

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We must cook! Cook!

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Fermez la porte.

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To think, some of these just grow on trees!

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HE LAUGHS

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Ah, monsieur, food does not grow on trees!

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Some of them do, yeah, like fruits, nuts.

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Next, add chilli, garlic, and, of course, Kerala coconut.

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OK, check the salt.

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Tiny bit more salt.

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Ou est mon curry?!

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Kerala curry, done.

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Now we are going to make the puttu.

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Puttu is a rice steamed cake.

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You should PUTTU more effort in, monsieur!

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Ha-ha-ha...ha.

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Water is added to rice flour and coconut.

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I'm becoming an expert already!

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Then steamed to perfection.

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One big chilli on the top. Whoo!

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Rene must now decide who is curry breakfast MasterChef.

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Ou est le curry?!

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Ou...? Oh.

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It is time for my breakfast.

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Mr Inel...

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Ugh! No!

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It is too spicy for my sophisticated tongue, monsieur!

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Non! Non, non, non, non, non!

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Ugh.

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Mr Indian Gordon Ramsay man.

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I do not like it.

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I love it!

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Now, where are ze wet wipes?

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My fingers are filthy!

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Oh!

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Stupid boat.

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Today, we're test driving the hottest three-wheeler on the market.

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It's so cool, they named it twice. It's the tuk-tuk.

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Just listen to that two-stroke engine

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powering through the gears.

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This is great, eh?

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Exotic locations, funny little cars...

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We should do one of those Top Gear challenges for today's Main Event.

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Oh, yeah. Great idea, Michelle LeBlanc(!)

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Only problem is, we don't have any cars.

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Ed, you do know that tuk-tuks are just tiny little taxis.

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Watch this! See you at sunset, loser!

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What? Oh, no!

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You're not getting a head start on me like that! Taxi!

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If you find yourself in a crowded Asian city,

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the easiest and breeziest way to travel is by tuk-tuk.

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The name's thought to come from

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the tuk, tuk, tuk sound of the little engine.

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They're also a lot of fun,

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so why don't you two hitch a ride into town?

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Hi! I like your tuk-tuk.

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-Can you take me into Colombo?

-Yeah, sure.

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-Hello, sir.

-Hello, hello, what's your name?

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-I'm The Wizard.

-The Wizard?!

-Yes.

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Oh, I like that name!

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And Michelle has a captain as a driver -

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Captain Pumba!

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And these guys will be a vital part of Team Ed

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and Team Michelle today,

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as they'll both will be trying to win the All Over The Place...

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Both teams must complete three tasks

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and get back to the starting point before sunset.

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Hello, Colombo!

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Their first challenge is to go shopping

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for the most Sri Lankan souvenir they can find.

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But first up, they've got to get through the crazy Colombo traffic!

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And it looks like everyone's heading

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to the crowded market district of Pettah.

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Uh-oh, looks like Ed is in a bit of a flap.

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We're struggling here, aren't we, Wizard?

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I haven't seen anything resembling a souvenir.

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It all seems to be really practical stuff, like clocks and fabric.

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So, you can buy a sarong.

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-Sarong?

-A sarong.

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Yes, it is traditional wear.

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Hmm, Ed's settled on a stylish Sri Lankan skirt

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while Michelle has gone for something a bit more fruity.

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OK, wow, ORANGE coconuts.

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Hello. Do you sell sarongs here, by any chance?

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Sarongs are traditionally worn in Sri Lanka and across Asia

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by both men and women.

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They're great for keeping cool in hot weather,

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and looking cool.

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It's got animals on it. It's got an elephant on it!

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It screams holidays, Sri Lanka - brilliant.

0:22:560:22:59

Thank you.

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That is amazing.

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I can't believe I'm actually drinking from a Sri Lankan coconut.

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-250.

-No, no.

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260.

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Cheers!

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273.

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273?

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That's very specific amount. OK, there you go.

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Oh, it's very big. You could fit three people in here.

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I've got a sarong, Wizard, look!

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-Oh, wow!

-It's got elephants on, that'll do.

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Your next challenge is all about getting a holiday selfie.

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Let's have a look. Get a classic tourist selfie with your driver...

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..at an iconic Colombo landmark.

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I know a good place in Colombo - Red Mosque.

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I know, it's Colombo Galle Face Hotel.

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-We can go?

-Let's go to the Red Mosque.

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Yeah, sure.

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The Jami Ul-Alfar Mosque, or Red Mosque,

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has been an icon in the city

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since it was built in 1909.

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It's amazing, Puma.

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And it's said to resemble a stripy red candy cane.

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-Shall we get out and have a look?

-Yes.

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Ed's heading to the Galle Face Hotel for his selfie.

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-Is that the hotel?

-Yes.

-Ah, brilliant.

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It first opened in 1864,

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and it is the first hotel to be featured on a stamp in Sri Lanka.

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Perfect, Wizard, perfect. Right, time for a selfie.

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Smile!

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What's cheese in Sri Lankan?

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-Eee.

-Eee?

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-Yes.

-Love it!

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BOTH: Eee!

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As a bonus challenge,

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Ed and Michelle have to sing the All Over The Place theme song

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-with their driver.

-Let's do this.

-OK.

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# All Over The Place

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# All Over The Place

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# All Over The Place

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# North, south, east, west on a bizarre quest

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# Me and my mates all over the place

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# It's true what you've heard Everything is absurd

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# Whatever we do is straight but true

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# All Over The Place

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# All Over The Place

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# All Over The Place

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# All Over The Place

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# There's stuff to do in Asia that is totally ace

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# And it turns up all over the place! #

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Good singing, Wizard, good singing.

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Yay, I agree, good singing!

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From Wizard and Captain Pumba, of course.

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So, thanks to them, you both get an extra point.

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Hurry up, the sun is setting.

0:25:260:25:30

Ed and Michelle's third and final challenge

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is to taste traditional Sri Lankan street food dish.

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See you!

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Luckily for them, Galle Face Green is the perfect place

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for a sunset snack.

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Hi. Some of your best Sri Lankan street food, please.

0:25:430:25:47

Hello, I need some Sri Lankan street food.

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-Kottu roti?

-Kottu roti, OK.

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Kottu roti has to be the noisiest street food in Sri Lanka.

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It's made using chopped-up leftovers of bread, chicken and vegetables.

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And just listen to that noise!

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CLANGING

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Right, OK, so what's in this?

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That's palandi. That comes with chicken, egg,

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vegetable and some Sri Lankan spices.

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This is it, kottu roti?

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Chicken, egg, vegetable and some Sri Lankan spice.

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Mmm! Sounds good.

0:26:200:26:22

-That tastes really good.

-SHE SPLUTTERS

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It's full of chillies, though!

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But it's tasty. Whoo!

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Yeah, right, what time is it? I've got to go.

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Oh, yeah, delicious.

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Hang on, what am I doing? Got to find out who's won!

0:26:330:26:37

The challenge is over.

0:26:370:26:39

Ed and Michelle must impress one man - Imran Saibo,

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event organiser and showbiz tycoon of Sri Lanka.

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He will decide who's found the most Sri Lankan treasure.

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Michelle grabbed a king coconut souvenir,

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a selfie at the Red Mosque,

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and a plate of hot kottu roti.

0:26:530:26:55

Ed tried on a traditional sarong,

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got a snap at Colombo's oldest hotel,

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and tried some spicy palandi.

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So, who does Imran think found the most Sri Lankan treasures today?

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The sun has set, the challenge is over...

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and the All Over The Place trophy goes to Michelle.

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-Yay!

-No!

0:27:130:27:15

We got the best souvenir, the best selfie,

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the best street food, because we are the best!

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Well done, Pumba! Yeah!

0:27:200:27:21

I think she took that a bit too far.

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You've been watching All Over The Place Asia!

0:27:240:27:27

Ed Petrie and his CBBC mates go on an adventure to find the most unusual and amazing places in Asia. They use the magic of television to get to the top of Wudang Mountain in China; taste durian, the world's smelliest fruit, in Malaysia; head to Japan for some cosplay in Tokyo's Yoyogi Park; eat coconut curry for breakfast in India; and take a tiny taxi called a tuk tuk for a treasure hunt challenge in Sri Lanka!

Ed is joined on this bonkers road trip by Inel Tomlinson, Hacker and Dodge, Naomi Wilkinson, Ben Shires, Victoria Cook and Michelle Ackerley - there's stuff to do in Asia that is totally ace and it turns up All Over the Place!