Seth Rogen says that going on the road with his “Guilt Trip” co-star, Barbra Streisand, would be super fun. (Sam Emerson, Tribune Media Services / December 18, 2012)

Q. How adventurous are you when it comes to eating what the locals eat?

A. I'll experiment and try different stuff. I've been to China and Korea and they serve you some odd stuff from time to time, and sometimes it's better suited for different palates, but I always give it a shot. You never know if you'll like it until you try. And if you don't like it, you don't have to eat it again.

Q. When you were a child, did your family go on a lot of road trips?

A. Not that much. We would drive to Disneyland from Vancouver, which is like a 24-hour drive. We wouldn't do it straight through. It was fun, but we stopped when my sister got to the age where she said, "I can't do this anymore."

Q. If you had all the time in the world, what would be your ultimate road trip?

A. I'd like to travel around the Greek Islands.

Q. When you're away somewhere, are you dying to get back home or do you dread having to leave your vacation?

A. It kind of wavers, depending on who I'm with, where I am and what's going on. Sometimes I'm excited to go home and sometimes I'm almost crying that I have to leave.

Q. Given the choice, do you prefer flying or driving?

A. I would prefer to drive. I don't like flying. I was on a cruise once when I was 12 and I don't need to do that again. I felt trapped. So driving.

Q. Did you ever backpack your way through any country?

A. I did. I went to Amsterdam and Paris when I was 18 or 19 for a few weeks. It was really fun. Almost everyone I know spent some time backpacking around South America or Asia or somewhere.

Q. What is the most important thing to have when you travel?

A. All I need is my passport.

Q. Have you ever eaten food so good that it'd be worth returning just to have another meal?

A. I was in New Orleans for a while working. The food there is worth getting on a plane for.

Q. What are some of your favorite cities?

A. Vancouver, New Orleans, Amsterdam, New York, Montreal and Toronto.

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