Join Damon as he travels to Myanmar, commonly known as Burma, a devoutly Buddhist country that is entering the modern world after a thousand years of isolation. Witness stunning pagoda temples, humble monasteries, and chillingly accurate fortune tellers. You will experience everything from old-fashioned villages with ancient customs, to modern river cruises with the finest luxuries.
Revisit an important era in Chinese railroading history when the last of the steam trains increasingly shared the tracks with the more modern diesel and electric trains. Due to the size of China’s population, as well as the land the country occupies, the railroad network is a very important component to everyday life in China.Watch Now >>
The Art Explorers go off the beaten path to explore South Korea, specifically the country’s largest city of Seoul. Regina and Pat visit the internationally renowned World Ceramics Center, the Korean Folk Village where they witness what life was like centuries ago, and have an overnight stay at a Buddhist Temple. They even climb thousandsWatch Now >>
China spans the continuum of ancient and modern. It is a sweeping land of vast expanses punctuated by intimate realizations; an intricate society that glides seamlessly between bold public gestures and private moments of individual joy. In a word it is ‘fascinating.’ In a land of 1.3 billion people, Damon seeks out the distant villagesWatch Now >>
Located in stunning Northern Arizona, Sedona is world-renowned for being a place of high spiritual energy and beauty that captures the very essence of desert majesty. Damon sets out to uncover the source of Sedona’s power, visiting its famed vortices to experience their strong natural energy, and he discovers that Sedona inspires people to openWatch Now >>