JEREMY BENTHAM WORLD TOUR
After John Locke falls down a well, breaks his leg and chats with Jack's dad, Christian, he cranks the old donkey wheel to try to set things straight. Just like Ben, Locke ends up in the middle of the desert in Tunisia. The only problem is, Locke's leg has a nasty compound fracture, and he can't move. The good news is, Tunisia has subsidized health care. The bad news is, Charles Widmore wants Locke to help him help the island...or something like that. With a new identity, passport and cash, he sets off on a quest to gather everyone up and convince them to return to the island.
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Locke visits Sayid who is building homes for the less fortunate in Santo Domingo, DR. Volunteerism is a great way to see different parts of the world while making it a better place. Check out volunteer vacation opportunities all over the globe.
New York City
Locke heads to NYC to check up on Walt, who we haven't seen on screen regularly in years. The street signs tell us we're at W. 67th Street and 8th Avenue, which is really the swanky Central Park West neighborhood, and home to the likes of Yoko Ono, Bono and Diana Ross.
Locke makes three stops in California. Santa Rosa is located in Sonoma County, about 55 miles north of San Francisco. Home to vineyards and terrific restaurants, you may want to spend more time here than Locke does. Next, he heads south to Los Angeles to speak with Kate, and he makes a quick stop in a cemetery in Santa Monica.
If you are interested in following Locke's travels, we've calculated the open-jaw trip would cost well north of four grand -- petty cash if your name is Charles Widmore.