Exploring is what we all need to do.
It’s great for the soul and the mind.
And we are going to jet set you from the US Midwest to Asia, then back the US east coast.
Buckle up.

Pro Football Hall of Fame

First stop is Canton, Ohio. We hit the pro football Hall of Fame and enjoy the exhibits, including some of the gridiron stars we’ve been in contact with.
We also hit some great restaurants. Most people don’t realize is that Canton is a great food town as well.
We also suggest to stay at the Bertram Inn at the Glenmoor Country Club. A jetsetter tip: stay at the Bertram Inn and you can play the incredible Jack Nicklaus course there.
The Glenmoor is an old seminary, turned into a resort that offers beautiful scenery, and some incredible food.
But it’s also known for so much more.

Explore Canton, OH

Here are other things that you should explore.
McKinley Presidential Library & Museum: The McKinley Presidential Library & Museum is dedicated to the life and legacy of President William McKinley. The museum features exhibits on McKinley’s presidency, as well as the history of the region.
National First Ladies’ Library: The National First Ladies’ Library is located in Canton and is dedicated to the history and contributions of America’s first ladies. The museum features exhibits on the lives and legacies of the first ladies, as well as artifacts and memorabilia from their time in the White House.
Cultural attractions: Canton has a rich cultural heritage, and visitors can explore the city’s history by visiting its museums, theaters, and historic sites. The Canton Palace Theatre, for example, is a beautifully restored historic theater that hosts concerts and other events throughout the year.
Outdoor recreation: Canton is located near several parks and recreational areas, including the nearby Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Visitors can enjoy hiking, biking, and other outdoor activities in the park, as well as kayaking and fishing on the nearby rivers and lakes.

Lost in Hong Kong To Lamma

Next, we had a Wrong Way Corrigan water adventure in Hong Kong.
We boarded the wrong ferry and ended up on Lamma, a nearby island.
But “Lamma Lamma ding dong” turned out fabulously.
We found by accident that Lamma Island is worth visiting.
1. Scenic beauty: Lamma Island is known for its natural beauty, with picturesque beaches, hiking trails, and stunning views of the surrounding sea.
2. Peaceful atmosphere: Lamma Island is a peaceful and tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong city life. Visitors can relax and unwind in the island’s laid-back atmosphere.
3. Fresh seafood: Lamma Island is known for its fresh seafood, and visitors can enjoy a variety of seafood dishes at the island’s many restaurants and seafood markets.
4. Cultural attractions: Lamma Island has several temples and cultural attractions, including the Tin Hau Temple and the Kamikaze Caves, which offer visitors a glimpse into the island’s rich history and culture.
5. Eco-tourism: Lamma Island is home to several eco-tourism initiatives, including the Lamma Island Family Trail and the Lamma Island Fishermen’s Village. These initiatives promote sustainable tourism and offer visitors a unique perspective on the island’s natural beauty and traditional way of life.
Now we visited there before the Chinese Communist Party started their crack down on Hong Kong. So, we advise you to be aware of the different political atmosphere in that region.

Sushi in Atlanta

Next, we zoom to Atlanta for sushi. We explore many dishes at
Pacific Rim Bistro, what we think is the hottest place in downtown Atlanta.
It’s like traveling throughout Asia. They have delicacies ranging from the frozen tundra of Mongolia to the tropics of Thailand, to the craft of Japanese delights.
We experimented with a number of sushi dishes. We even ask the question: should you use brown rice with a sushi roll?

Mitch “Persimmon” Laurance

Next, we head to Lexington, Kentucky with actor and ESPN commentator Mitch Laurance, who is kind of a golf historian, in addition to being one of the nicest celebrities you will ever meet. We caught up with Mitch, one of our favorite Jetsetter’s, at a charity golf classic called the Children’s Charity of the Blue Grass.
And Mitch only plays golf with persimmon clubs. They were introduced around 1900 and continued to be used by many PGA professionals until the 1980s before steel chef clubs became more popular and less expensive.
Listen in as Mitch gives us a Golf history lesson.

Susan Anzalone and John Daly are the Co-Creators and Co-Hosts of Undercover Jetsetter, a show on travel, food, wine, mixology and, of course, golf. They show you how to jet set the world and at home. They also co-authored the book, The TV Studio In Your Hand: How to Shoot, Edit & Deliver the Easy Way on Your iPhone. Join them for tips and hacks on the road, at home, or in the kitchen.  Enjoy the listen in.