Pria Viswalingam begins his Jamaican journey at Montego Bay, Jamaica's tourist capital and its second largest city. From its magnificent beaches to the poorer side of town, Pria gives us a sense of the real Jamaica. Later, he travels to Ochio Rios, Black River and Negril.
Pria visits Omori, which lies on the south west coast of Japan. Omori is an old silver town where some Japanese are returning - to get back to nature and escape the pressures of city life.
Michael visits the 100-year-old Greek community in Darwin, a group wiped out by economic ruin and devastating natural disasters in their home towns. He looks at how they rebuilt and became stronger in a new city that soon formed a part of their identity.
The journey to school's a very special type of life experience shared by millions of children around the world but in different ways. What happens between the two most important places in a child's life, their home and school?