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Celebrity Travel: Go Away With Roger Mooking

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Once best known as MC Mystic in his group Bass is Base, Roger Mooking is recognized by foodies worldwide for his work on television ("Man Fire Food," "Heat Seekers," "Everyday Exotic") and cookbooks. Born in Trinidad and raised in Canada, Mooking is based out of Toronto. The chef and restaurateur says that one of the small pleasures of life is ...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go Away With Jeannie Mai

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It has been a busy year for Jeannie Mai. Besides co-hosting the talk show "The Real," she is a correspondent on Stephen Curry's ABC mini-golf competition series, "Holey Moley." Whenever she can carve out some free time, the on-air talent says she enjoys exploring new cities. One of her favorite memories is a childhood trip she took with her ...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go Away With Roselyn Sanchez

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Best known for her roles in "Chasing Papi," the "Rush Hour" franchise and "Without a Trace," Roselyn Sanchez portrays Gigi Mendoza in the ABC series "Grand Hotel." An avid traveler, the actress says she prepares for her family's upcoming trips by recharging at home. "We work like crazy, have two kids and are always on the go," says Sanchez, 46. ...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go Away With Shownu

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Monsta X has been nominated for their first MTV Video Music Award for their English-language single "Who Do U Love?" They will become the first K-Pop group to perform at the iHeartRadio Music Festival later this year. (They previously were the first Korean boy band to take the stage at Jingle Ball.) But a highlight of 2019 for the group was ...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go Away With Katherine Castro

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Born in the Dominican Republic, actress Katherine Castro ("Someday") has a minimalist's approach to hitting the road. "Travel light," she says. "Less is more. If it doesn't fit in your carry-on, you don't need it." A resident of West Hollywood, Castro says it's helpful that she speaks several languages (English, Spanish, Portuguese, French and ...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go Away With Karen Fukuhara

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Best known for playing Katana in "Suicide Squad," Karen Fukuhara will next be seen in the Amazon series, "The Boys" (premiering on July 26). Her resume also includes the feature film "Stray" and Netflix's "She-Ra and the Princesses of Power." An avid traveler, the actress says she'd like to explore Southeast Asia next. Her plans? ...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go Away With Margaret Brennan

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"Face the Nation" moderator and CBS News' chief foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Brennan has seen the world. She has reported stories from Havana, Kabul, Beijing, Tehran and throughout the United States. "A lot of the traveling that I have done is for work," says Brennan, 39. "I've been to spots in Afghanistan and Iraq that are lovely, too...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go Away With Howie D

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Nearly 20 years after their last No. 1 album, the Backstreet Boys' debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with their latest release, "DNA." As the group prepares to kick off their North American tour, Howie D (born Howard Dorough) is also celebrating the July 12 release of his debut children's album, "Which One Am I?" "Being in a ...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go Away With San Holo

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Better known by his stage name of San Holo, Dutch DJ, guitarist and producer Sander van Dijck, 28, says that he often finds inspiration for his music in his travels. "Traveling has affected my music a lot," he says. "Seeing new places and meeting new people -- it always gives me fresh insights and new perspectives on life, which tend to have an ...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go Away With Tim Lounibos

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Veteran actor Tim Lounibos ("Hawaii Five-0," "Criminal Minds," "NCIS") is best known for his portrayal of Ed Sung on Amazon's "Bosch." Well-traveled and always ready to explore, the actor said he learned a valuable lesson from his treks around the world. "We all might look different and have differing perspectives, but we're all essentially the ...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go Away With Avan Jogia

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Born in Canada, Avan Jogia came to the United States with a challenge. His parents gave him six months to get an acting job or return home and finish school. He has remained in Los Angeles ever since. Best known for his roles in Nickelodeon's "Victorious" and STARZ's "Now Apocalypse," he can be seen in Samuel L. Jackson's reboot of the feature ...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go Away With Nathaniel Potvin

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Actor Nathaniel Potvin is just 19 years old, but he's juggling multiple projects like a pro. Besides the Netflix series "American Vandal" and "Alexa and Katie," his recent credits include Disney XD's "Mech-X4" and Facebook Watch's "Five Points" (executive produced by Kerry Washington), which has been renewed for a second season. An avid traveler...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go Away With Yolanda Ross

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If Yolanda Ross had her way, all her trips would be on trains. "I really enjoy luxury train travel to eat good food, be in your own space and enjoy the scenery that you might not get to see otherwise," says the actress, who stars on the Showtime series, "The Chi." "My dream trip would be to travel with friends on a week-long luxury train trip ...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go Away With Maria Sten

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(EDITOR'S NOTICE: Sten refers to the Great Blue Hole (Belize) and the Blue Hole (Egypt). The names are similar but they are two different places.)

Actress Maria Sten moved from Copenhagen to New York City when she was 18. Her latest role is as journalist Liz Tremayne in the new DC Universe series, "Swamp Thing." "Liz is incredibly scrappy and ...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go Away With Rati Gupta

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When it comes to planning trips, actress Rati Gupta ("Future Man," "Unbelievable") says she gets real nerdy. "I read lists and guides, I email friends with experience for suggestions and I'm all over TripAdvisor," says Gupta, 35, who plays Anu, Raj's love interest on "The Big Bang Theory." "But it's less to build a perfect set-in-stone itinerary...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go Away With Emeraude Toubia

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Best known as Isabelle Lightwood in "Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments," Mexican-Lebanese actress Emeraude Toubia says she thinks her television alter ego would have been a great travel companion. "She would be so fun," says Toubia. "I am more of a stay at home and watch a movie kind of girl. But Isabelle would definitely drag me out of bed ...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go Away With Kulap Vilaysack

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Born in Washington, D.C., and raised in Eagan, Minnesota, filmmaker Kulap Vilaysack traveled to Laos to search for her birth father. As a child, she hadn't realized he even existed. She filmed her trip for her documentary "Origin Story" (http://www.originstorydoc.com, available on Amazon Video On ...Read more

 

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