Jack Whitehall’s Travels With My Father

Jack Whitehall’s Travels With My Father

Jack Whitehall’s Travels With My Father is where the Rough Guide meets the Michelin Guide.

Jack has packed his Swiss army knife and Michael’s loaded up on Coleman’s English Mustard. Jack can’t drive, Michael can’t swim and neither speak any foreign languages. Which is really, really helpful when you’re travelling.

Visiting new ground, the pair travel to South East Asia on a popular “gap year route” that involves making their way through countries such as Thailand, Vietnam, and Cambodia to experience jungle treks, desert nights, and full moon parties! All the while Jack beds down in a campsite and Michael roughs it in a 4-star hotel (with no wine cellar, I mean come on.)