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Tell you what a great life would be, that would be one in which we could just ride bikes, cook food and talk b******s." ...So began Dave Myer's and Si King's quest for adventure and good food. Packing their unpretentious northern humour and enduring friendship on the back of two monster motor bikes, these amiable, leather-clad hairies road out to make the best travel-cum-cookery-cum-comedy show ever seen. Around the world - from Transylvania to Vietnam, from Namibia to Mexico - they make friends, emerse themselves in local culture and learn to cook regional delicacies, however daunting. From hairy rickshaw pedallers to hairy caravan-trainee Donna kebab merchants they'll try anything; from crocodile satay in Namibia, garlic-fried grass hoppers in Mexico to coconut worms in Vietnam. They'll taste anything, and from the Isle of Man TT to the Fairy Circles of Damaral and they'll party anywhere! Full of zest, warm-hearted humour and plenty of surprising, yet easily made at home recipes, this is a fabulous series about two men, their sense of fun and the only thing they love more than their beloved bikes - food !
|S01E01||Namibia part one||17/01/2006||Dave and Si, travel to the Germanic town of Swakopmund, on the Namibian coast. First on the menu is a traditional barbecue, or braai; and to find the right spot among the massive dunes, the boys take to the air in a microlight. Having gorged themselves on crocodile satay and oryx rolls, they explore a Bavarian café and a township shebeen, before being treated to their first taste of a mopane worm. This is followed by local crayfish, taken from the ocean by the pair|
|S01E02||Namibia part two||24/01/2006||The pair travel to the north of Namibia. They visit the Himba tribe, one of the last nomadic people to fully preserve their traditional way of life. They encounter ostrich (and a giant fried egg for breakfast), giraffe, and the rare desert elephants of Kaokoland. The boys pitch tent in strange fairy circles, and they roast lamb in an earth pit, and try the local sport of long-distance spitting using springbok droppings.|
|S01E03||Isle of Man||31/01/2006||Si and Dave travel to the Isle of Man by boat, cooking crab soufflé and sea bass on the voyage, before visiting the TT Races on the island.|
|S01E04||Ireland||07/02/2006||Travelling aboard an old horse-drawn caravan, the pair go in search of the perfect Irish stew, on the way encountering many other Irish delicacies.|
|S01E05||Transylvania part one||14/02/2006||Traveling around Romania, the bikers go to Bucharest and visit the local food markets. In Targu Jiu they look at the sculptural art of Brancusi and then Corvin castle, the birthplace of Dracula. Finally the boys end up with an outdoor mud bath.|
|S01E06||Transylvania part two||21/02/2006||Visiting Sighisoara, the pair examine Hungarian influences on the food. The pair make dill blinis and spicy Romanian sausages before visiting a very colourful cemetery.|
|S02E01||Vietnam part one||29/03/2006||Visiting Saigon, the pair make shrimp & pork on sugar cane sticks, before going to a restaurant where they serve coconut worms, deep-fried scorpion and goat penis. They travel on, trying the national dish, pho, before reaching Hoi An, where Si breaks his foot and has to have it put in a cast.|
|S02E02||Vietnam part two||05/04/2006||With Si wearing a cast, the duo had to go by train to Hanoi, where they encounter more local dishes such as Cha Ca fish and paddy-field pork.|
|S02E03||Turkey part one||12/04/2006||The pair go to Cappadocia and visit a museum of human hair, and then go to a baklawa factory. Finally they go to Sanliurfa, where they try cooking Sultan's delight.|
|S02E04||Turkey part two||19/04/2006||Near to the border with Iraq, the pair try making their own döner kebabs, and then go for a massage in the hammam. Finally they go to the town of Van, home of a legendary lake monster.|
|S02E05||Mexico part one||03/05/2006||The Bikers visit Oaxaca where they try garlic-fried crickets and various types of chilis. They then cook Mole Negro.|
|S02E06||Mexico part two||10/05/2006||Si and Dave go to the Chiapas mountains, where they learn to make a traditional stew. They experiment with making things with local cocoa, and then visit the Maya pyramids of Palenque.|
|S03E01||India: Part One||22/03/2007||The Hairy Bikers roar back into action with a madcap tour of South India, starting in Madras, now known as Chennai, a riot of hustle and bustle and colours and flavours and bullock carts, and heat, lots of heat!|
|S03E02||India: Part Two||29/03/2007||The Hairy Ones travel through the Cardamom Hills high up into tea country, where the Raj still lingers, and Si finds an astonishing piece of his family history.|
|S03E03||Argentina: Part One||05/04/2007||The Hairy Ones are in the world's eighth biggest country, dividing their time between the full-on urban buzz of Buenos Aires, and the beauty of a traditional estancia, or ranch|
|S03E04||Argentina: Part Two||12/04/2007||t's time for Dave Myers & Si King to head south, leaving Buenos Aires behind as they begin their long ride to Patagonia.|
|S03E05||Belgium: Part One||19/04/2007||Si and Dave hop the Channel and find themselves in the alternative universe of Belgium, birthplace of surrealism and the finest chips in the world.|
|S03E06||Belgium: Part Two||26/04/2007||Things get really surreal in Brussels when Si and Dave meet a statue of Tintin and walk their way into a Magritte painting, and then try to corner a couple of Members of the European Parliament to find out what's happening to Europe's traditional foods.|
|S03E07||Morocco: Part One||10/05/2007||The Boys begin their adventures in Marrakech, where Si acquires a carpet and Dave acquires a King Cobra on his head. After treating the locals to a Kefta Tagine cooked in the city's historic square, they go back to school to learn how to cook a classic pastilla.|
|S03E08||Morocco: Part Two||17/05/2007||Si and Dave head into the film town of Ouarzazate, or "Hollywood with camels" as they describe it.|