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Mongolia, sandwiched between Russia and China, was part of the Soviet bloc for more than 60 years. Since the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, it has been a free and democratic country. Ian Wright takes a train from Beijing, China, to Ulaan Baatar or "Red Hero", Mongolia's present day capital. He travels north-west to Karakorum then across the Gobi desert before returning to Ulaan Bataar in time for the annual Naadam festival.
Central America is the thin section of land that links the continents of North and south America. It is made up of seven small mostly tropical countries that share a wealth of natural beauty, Mayan history and culture and stunning wildlife.
Ian Wright sets off from Auckland to visit the hot springs of Rotorua and heads to the Bay of Islands; travels to Christchurch before heading to the sports capital, Queenstown. Zay Harding begins in the capital, Wellington and ends at Lake Te Anau. Globe Trekker spends time in New Zealand, touring Auckland, Christchurch, and other cities and towns along with cultural events and visiting the Maori people.