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
Did You Know?
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
Except the inquisitive tourist.