Mirna is calling to Charla down in the cave, as if Charla needs her yelling. "I was stubborn, and I made Charla do it, and now I feel bad." Yeah. The time for the realization is before you wimp out, not after, when it's worthless. She watches the hole anxiously. We, on the other hand, are inside the hole, watching Charla climb down the ladder -- which, obviously, is not scaled for her legs, which are her littlest part, so I'd think this would be a little bit awkward. "Perfecto!" she yells. Which is kind of funny, because there's not even a random international person to hear her. "As long as you don't look doooown, you'll be fiiiiine," she singsongs to herself. Hee. "It's a beautiful day in Egypt," she continues to chant. She then notes, however, that it's hot. Mirna, outside, finds it "a little bit scary" having Charla down there. In the shaft, Charla goes after the satchel, which is at the bottom of maybe a foot and a half of nasty-looking water. She hauls it out. Outside, Mirna mutters, "I should have given her the whistle to signal for help." All right, Mirna, enough. She's not your kid, so knock it off. Charla, not really thinking, "Gee, I wish I had a whistle to yell for help," slings the satchel strap over her head and goes back to the ladder. She says that getting back up with the "wet and heavy satchel" hanging off of her was "more complicated than [she] thought." See, that's what I'm talking about. I do think each shot up that ladder is harder because it's not proportioned right. If you look, when she stands on the ladder, the next rung she has to step to is almost even with her waist. I'm not sure how that's affected by the fact that she has short legs, but it looks to me like it's an even tougher grind if the ladder doesn't really fit you. Anyway, she stops for a breath. Mirna frets outside. Finally, Charla emerges with the bag. Mirna: "Oh, my gosh, Charla, you're the hero here!" Charla, silently: "No shit." They get their big rolled-up clue.
Phil explains that the Egyptologist is giving them a map of the Giza Plateau. Their satchel contains a bunch of puzzle pieces. If you place the assembled puzzle over the map, it has a hole in it that's essentially wedge-shaped, that points at the next place you're supposed to go. Hey, that's almost like a clue! Shocking. Anyway, Mirna and Charla (mostly Charla) empty out their satchel, and then they (mostly Charla) assemble the puzzle. "Honestly, I don't have a clue," Mirna says. Boy, there's an inadvertent meta-statement if ever there was one.