The gentle undulating gait of the llama adapts itself
very nicely to the swaying motion of the suspension bridge.
The tallest building in South America the Edificio Cavanaugh. Yes, they were really impressed with the big city but impressive, too, was the lure of the pampas and the Argentine gaucho as painted by F. Molina Campos. The party was guests at his ranch studio where Senor Campos paints the gaucho with amazing detail and humor. Seeing these pictures made them more anxious than ever to meet these caballeros in person.
And they lived up to their pictures.
A real Wild West show but just part of the day's work for a gaucho. Sketching these paisanos in action was no easy job. But they did manage to get a good look at the gaucho's equipment. Silver coins decorate his belt, or tirador. The sheepskin saddle. Soft horsehide boots. This garment's called a chiri. Here
the visitors were treated to an asado.
Choice cuts of meat; mate, the Argentine tea. DONALD DUCK: Suspension bridge? Oh, no! NARRATOR: Far below us, we see the village. DONALD DUCK: The flute. Give me that flute, ya big palooka! Hey! Take it easy! What? NARRATOR: The traveler should be cautioned against any reckless behavior at this high altitude. Overexertion is dangerous. And above all, one should never lose one's temper. DONALD DUCK: Shut up, ya big windbag! Get off of me! Go on, beat it! Doggone you. NARRATOR: And finally, the pottery market where the visitor always drops in. Seldom failing to accumulate a large collection of the native handiwork, as he bids a fond farewell to the land of the Incas, Lake Titicaca.