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
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
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
Andrew visits a Tijuana restaurant that only specializes in buches, deep fried chicken necks.
670 Ave. Constitución, Zona Norte. Tijuana, BCN
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
Andrew meets up with two brothers who prepare a feast of fresh-caught tree rats and other local dishes, including lechon asado.
Andrew dives for lobster that he cooks up on the ship.
Cayo Macho, Cuba
Andrew dines with a family 20 miles west of Trinidad where he eats local foods, including a 300-pound turtle.
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
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
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
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