Former president Barack Obama had arguably one of the toughest jobs in the world for eight years, so it seems sensible that Obama started his life as an everyday citizen by going on vacation; many vacations, by the looks of the photos and videos that have surfaced online. He’s traveled to Hawaii, Palm Springs, the Caribbean and an island in the South Pacific once owned by Marlon Brando.

But don’t be fooled: Obama was a relatively young president, and he isn’t going into retirement. On Monday, it was announced that he’d be visiting Milan, Italy, to be a keynote speaker about innovation in the food industry and climate change.

Read: Barack Obama Extends His Stay In South Pacific To Pen Memoir

He’ll be speaking May 9 along with his White House chef Sam Kass, possibly making it Obama’s first public appearance since President Donald Trump’s inauguration. Plus, as a bonus, Milan’s mayor will offer him a key to the city.

Climate change isn’t the only topic still on Obama’s mind. He has planned to join former Attorney General Eric Holder on a redistricting campaign led by a group created last year, the National Democratic Redistricting Committee. Holder launched the initiative in January, and Obama will jump in later this year.

Read: Obama vs. Trump Approval Ratings: How Do The Donald And Barack Compare?

Redistricting might not be the sexiest topic in Washington, D.C., but Holder and Obama are hoping that by redrawing the boundaries of different voting districts, more Democrats will be elected to Congress.

“American voters deserve fair maps that represent our diverse communities — and we need a coordinated strategy to make that happen,” Holder told Politico last October. “This unprecedented new effort will ensure Democrats have a seat at the table to create fairer maps after 2020."

Rarely one to take on just a single task, Obama was also in the planning stages of writing a book. In February, it was announced that he and former First Lady Michelle Obama both landed book deals that could be worth at least $65 million with Penguin Random House.