Anthony Bourdain -- everyone's favorite culinary explorer and sharply opinionated bon-vivant -- regularly travels the globe for his CNN show, Parts Unknown. He's been everywhere, whether it's ice fishing on a frozen lake in Montreal, or swimming among surreptitiously planted octopus in Sicily, Italy.
And since he's regularly consulted for his sage advice on seemingly everything under the sun -- for the perfect way to cook a steak, look no further -- Bourdain recently sat down with the New York Times to explain how he prefers to travel. In addition to what he likes to bring on trips, including his prized Brazilian jiu-jitsu attire, the celebrity chef explained how he keeps a level-head during grueling journeys, and how you can too:
“Don’t get angry; don’t be the person huffing and puffing and getting angry in the security line...It doesn’t help. Like a recidivist convict, you should go limp. Nothing else. And dress for security. I don’t carry liquids or gels, I don’t wear a belt or any jewelry, I get my stuff out and in the tray very quickly and I’m through.”