The guys arrive in the arctic destination at the beginning of winter.  With only six hours of sunlight a day, they experience an entirely different type of adventure.   Arriving by helicopter into the town of Ittoqqortoormiit, they take part in a seal hunt, and learn of the many ways people survive in this harsh arctic climate.  With some basic training under their belt, the team heads off on a three-day trek to the abandoned ghost town of Cape Hope, where weather and extreme conditions pushes everyone’s utmost limits.

Scott and Justin are prepared for perhaps their greatest adventure to date, providing them with a rare glimpse inside the borders of this isolated country.  From Beijing, they depart to Pyongyang with an Englishman named Nick – an outsider with unprecedented access to the country.  Meeting up with their local guides, Chae and Kim, the team visits many historical and political sights, learning the local perspective on world events, and gaining a much greater understanding of the country.  An evening cruise down the Taedong River begins to cement a solid friendship between the guys and their guides.

North Koreans are a fiercely proud and creative people.  North Korea continues to completely defy all expectations, as Scott and Justin take part in a high school English class, are pulled into numerous musical performances, visit a water bottling factory, a farm and an old funfair.  Their experiences are capped off by the largest and most impressive choreographed spectacle on earth – the Arirang Mass Games – where 100,000 people perform the ultimate homage to their country and ideologies. The guys are sad to leave their trusted guides and friends behind when they depart by train back to Beijing.

The trip begins on the caldera of Mount Bromo - an active, yet serene volcano in the middle of the island of Java. With their l`ocal friend Oka, they continue to the slums of Jakarta, meeting with a young boy and his family, and participating in daily activities to learn of the many hardships facing the locals.  Heading to the island paradise of Bali, they take part in an explosive, traditional bull race.  Scott gets “dirty” while Oka loses his chariot altogether.  The trip winds down when they meet a Balinesian Prince, and join his party as guests of honour.

For three years, Scott and Justin have travelled the globe, experiencing so many people’s homes, while getting further away from their own.  In their friend Oka’s home island of Bali, the guys witness both spiritual and illegal aspects of Balinesian life - grand temples, noisy bird markets and betting on underground cricket fights.  They then travel back in time to the island of Sumba, staying overnight with a tribe who live in close harmony with nature and their ancestors.  While Justin ponders returning home, Scott realizes that after three years on the road, there are more similarities between people and cultures than differences.

From the southern coast of Adelaide, all the way to Darwin, the guys take on another road trip - this time with their own purchased 4x4 to get them through the perilous, dusty outback.  Fighting constant breakdowns, they reach the underground town of Coober Pedy, where they search for opal with the help of an explosives “expert”.  The crew travel from Uluru, staying on a working ranch, before tackling the ultimate offroad adventure through searing sand to remote Boggy Hole.  Pushing on through a sudden rainstorm in the north, to the last miles to Darwin, Scott, Justin, and Andre have now travelled to all seven continents.  What’s next?

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