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Children's series involving time traveling or different dimensions?

Date: I guess earlier then 2000.

Country of origin: Unknown.

The protagonists are two boys and they are on a quest to collect the pieces of a gem (?).

I don't know if it's time traveling or traversing different dimensions.

Scenes I remember:

One of the boys gives his glasses to the leader of a village who is short sighted and become revered as higher beings for "curing" the leader.

They give a metal bowl to a fisherman and show him how to get salt from seawater via boiling.

They've met a community of people who didn't age and kept some kind of artificial children. They were amused by the sight of the real children and tried to get the kids to join their ranks by forcing them to drink an elixir of eternal life.
asked Oct 11, 2015 in Name That TV Show by lavina (767 points)
"Josh Kirby... Time Warrior" (1995-96 film series)  ?
Sounds like something I remember from the 'Spellbinder' series. There is two different seasons with the same concept of kids traveling trough time/dimensions. Australian  from 1995-1997