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Toledo District

Andrew learns more about the Mayan culture, but before he even hits his first village, he makes a stop along the way for stinking toe.

Toldeo District, Belize

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San Pedro Columbia Village

Andrew visits this village located near the ancient Maya ruins of Lubaantun. He gets invited to a feast prepared by one of the best cooks in the village.

San Pedro, Belize

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Gales Point

Andrew heads south of Belize City to a traditional fertility ceremony or sambaii, where there is a lot to experience including the food.

Belize City, Belize

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Street Food

Andrew visits a Tijuana restaurant that only specializes in buches, deep fried chicken necks.

670 Ave. Constitución, Zona Norte. Tijuana, BCN

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Tacos

Andrew travels to La Paz, Mexico where he discovers a late-night taco stand that serves grilled tripe tacos.

Blvd. Forjadores y Tabachines, Colonia Ruiz Cortines, La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico

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Cuban Feast

Andrew meets up with two brothers who prepare a feast of fresh-caught tree rats and other local dishes, including lechon asado.

Viñales, Cuba

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Lobster Diving

Andrew dives for lobster that he cooks up on the ship.

Cayo Macho, Cuba

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Family Meal

Andrew dines with a family 20 miles west of Trinidad where he eats local foods, including a 300-pound turtle.

Cuba

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Chez Le Bebe

Andrew stops at this popular neighborhood restaurant in Little Haiti to eat a traditional breakfast of goat's head soup.

114 NE 54th St, Miami, FL 33137

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Coopertown Airboat and Restaurant

Andrew and the owner of Coopertown go frog gigging on an airboat in the Everglades, and bring them back to the restaurant to prepare a succulent meal.

22700 S.W. 8th St, Miami, FL 33194

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San Juan Street Food

Andrew and Chef Wilo Benet sample some San Juan street food for inspiration before heading to Chef Benet's restaurant, Pikayo.

San Juan, Puerto Rico

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Pikayo Restaurant

Chef Wilo Benet invites Andrew back to his restaurant, Pikayo, to show him how he puts a modern twist on some traditional Puerto Rican recipes.

Conrad Condado Plaza, San Juan Puerto Rico