Imagine if your job were to hop a plane and travel the globe. Climbing Sydney’s Harbour Bridge? Check. Riding an elephant in Thailand? Been there, done that. One month, you’re harvesting grapes in an Italian vineyard. The next, you’re kissing the Blarney Stone in Ireland. It’s all in a day’s work for Jim Gordon and Darren Parkman, who have achieved all that and more as the stars of Shaw TV’s The Travel Guys. In nearly ten years, the duo has filmed 90 shows around the world. Both former radio personalities, they each write entertainment columns for local publications; Gordon is also a movie critic for CTV. The TRAVEL GUYS have interviewed the biggest stars in the world – including Clint Eastwood, Leo DiCaprio, Helen Mirren, Brad Pitt – and experienced strange adventures in 10 years, like: betting on coconut-plucking monkeys in Northern Malaysia; tumbling down a steep hill inside a giant ball, all for a sport New Zealanders call “zorbing”; petting a panda bear in Xian, China; drinking Guinness while singing with folks songs locals in a 500 year old Dublin pub, Ireland’s oldest; seeing the stunning sites 50 feet below the water’s surface while skitubing in Borneo; Climbing above the clouds, seeing snow, and witnessing a stunning sunset on The Big Island of Hawaii; snorkeling along the Great Barrier Reef in Australia; dressing as samurai warriors in Osaka, Japan; Enjoying a true Bellini at its birthplace, Harry’s Bar, Venice, Italy.