Grant Bowler's interview
Transcribed by ZouLy
"I'm over the moon for another season..
We've got further in season 2, we cover 65,000 KM which is a fair span, four continents, and we go places that nobody's ever gone before on the race.. not even the American race.. so often you see the race in Southeast Asia or you know, kinda of set piece places that are designed to be difficult for people, but from travelling a lot myself, I know that often the most difficult places away you think everything operates the same, people speak the same language, they kinda do the same thing, and you can really get tripped up because the systems are just slightly different.
Different after you've seen them are the same , but when you actually trying and excersie anything you come horribly and stuck.
There are places where the environment against them, and some of the challenges having an inherent degree of risk about them
and some of the geography of the actual places and the climates of the places that we go to this season in particular are extremely harsh, very much extreme of each other and test their physical limit enormously,
There's a couple of places, particularly in this last season that I hadn't been written up in my wishlist in life and was spectacular..
you've get to see what you see in the van, in the bus, in a donkey cart, or the kayak that you're using to get where you need to go..
But we do see a lot of stuff .... "
Pardon me if there's some misinterpreted words...