hone his guide/sketch-comedy chops is often confounding and sometimes painful. There were also unintentionally comical fashion c Watching the host, Charlie Ottley, hone his guide/sketch-comedy chops is often confounding and sometimes painful. There were also unintentionally comical fashion choices (see zipper vests with nothing underneath) and blindingly shirtless scenes. Sadly, he and/or the producers did not always adequately do their research or fact checking. Take his mention of Frida Kahlo and “Diego Riviera”, as opposed to “Diego Rivera”. Really?
Could have been better As a long time winter resident of Quintana Roo, I was disappointed with the depth of the coverage of this area of Mexico. There is so much more about this area of Mx. that was not mentioned.
Could be good, but really amateur editing and sound ruins it. Music overpowers the voice track making it hard to hear what the host is saying. This terrible audio balance makes it just about unwatchable.The editing is equally dire. Each snippet jumps around the country, with very little guide as to where you are (or why), and with no connection between items.A very amateur production all round. The subject matter is great, locations are great, but it’s totally ruined by the terrible editing and sound.
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