Karin finds herself in the Inca town of Ollantaytambo just in time for their yearly bullfight. The animals are never injured, though the matadors sometimes get hurt. She is invited to join in and - not surprisingly - cracks a rib. The next night some locals recognize her and invite her to a Quechua wedding. The sacred Machu Picchu beckons and she hikes down the well-traveled Inca trail until she reaches South America's most breathtaking ruins. On her way to Cusco she works in the salt mines of the Sacred Valley, an industry that hasn't changed since Inca times. She continues to Puno, to a festival that celebrates the arrival of the first Inca, Manco Capac, and then lives with an old couple at the birthplace of the Inca people - the Island of the Sun in Lake Titicaca. Once across the border into Bolivia, she trains with a team of devil dancers and spends three days in one of South America's largest festivals. Life gets serious - and dangerous - as she hitchhikes down the Death Highway into Bolivia's notorious coca-growing lowlands. She joins a Bolivian patrol and finds a jungle cocaine lab and helps them burn it to the ground. Further south she catches a ride with two motorcyclists into Bolivia's stunning salt flats and finally buys a motorcycle of her own for the final leg of her journey - through the world's driest desert of Atacama and down the coast of Chile to Santiago. Part 3 of 3
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