Full Circle With Michael Palin (DVD)

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Full Circle With Michael Palin (DVD)

Travel 50,000 miles around the Pacific Rim with Michael Palin. His entertaining wit and incredible capacity to experience the unknown, guides you FULL...

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“"Do You Sell Bath Plugs?"”

published 16/04/2007

ProPalin, interesting interviewees, more insight than...

ConsNone if you yearn to travel and like Palin.

DETAILS Genre... ...Travelogue Rating... ...PG Format... ...3 Discs with 10 episodes Production... ...1997 Duration... ...487 minutes Language... ...English (subtitles an option) Presenter... ...Michael Palin As an introduction to 'Around the World in Eighty Days', Michael Palin reflected that...

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Travel 50,000 miles around the Pacific Rim with Michael Palin. His entertaining wit and incredible capacity to experience the unknown, guides you FULL CIRCLE around the globe along the Pacific rim from Alaska, through Russia, Japan, China, Vietnam, Australia, South America and Mexico. But these things never quite go according to plan....<BR>He negotiates the icy waters of the Bering Strait, visits Eskimos, and drums with the famed Kodo Drummers on their remote island of Sado. He braves the wrath of communist officials in China and Vietnam, first sleeping in Mao's bed, then setting up a game of cricket in Hanoi. He continues his journey around the Pacific Rim by island-hopping in the South Pacific in a Filipino ferry and dropping in on the "Desperate and Dateless" charity ball Down Under. Crossing the International Date Line, our interpid adventurer travels up the length of South America, from Cape Horn to Santiago and beyond. He encounters isolated Indian tribes and a masked wrestler from Mexico City named "Super Barrio" on his last dash to Alaska to complete the circuit of his travels.

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