Donald is visiting South America, where he is first overcome by altitude sickness. He spends some time in the picturesque market. Then he take a llama up into the mountains, with exciting results.

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Donald, the consummate tourist with camera in hand, visits Lake Titicaca, high in the Andes of Peru. With a running commentary by an off-screen narrator, Donald deals with altitude sickness, a trip on the lake in a balsa-wood boat, and a ride on a llama who responds to commands that are played on a flute. The ride across a swaying suspension bridge is the high point of Donald's vacation, just before he drops in on a pottery bazaar. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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6 February 1943 (USA)  »

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El lago Titicaca  »

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Narrator: The bulsa, or basket boat, is made entirely of reeds woven tightly together. It was meant to withstand the fury of the elements. In fact, it's impervious to almost everything.
[Donald pulls a reed sticking out of the top and it unravels]
Narrator: Except the inquisitive tourist.
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Featured in The Mouse Factory: Vacations (1972) See more »

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