The music grows stereotypically Cheery and African, kind of like it was found in someone's abandoned hard drive after The Lion King was scored, and we see happy children, frolicking animals, and finally a caption showing us that we are in Kilimanjaro, Tanzania, where Charter 1 is getting ready to land. "Unbelievable," Chip says. "We're really in Africa." And...as stated previously, Egypt is also "really in Africa," but I know what Chip's saying, I think. As Chip gets off the plane, he spreads his arms. "Ha, ha-ha-ha-ha-ha," he says, channeling the 7-Up guy. (The old 7-Up "Uncola" guy, not the "Show Us Your Can" guy. It's probably good that Chip didn't walk around Africa saying, "Up yours.") The two teams make their way to the clue box. When they rip the clue, it welcomes them to Tanzania. Phil explains that now, they will take a bus about 70 miles to Mto Wa Mbu, where another clue awaits. At the bus station, Chip and Kim and Colin and Christie both get onto a bus, and Kim asks how much Colin was charged. "Five dollars," he says. "Yeah, that's what he charged us," she says. There are quite a few other people on the bus as it gets going. "Boy, this is something else," Chip understates. Kim watches out the windows as she voices over that she's wanted to come to Africa ever since she was little. "Just to be here just means so much," she says, as we watch her bliss out in the unfavorable conditions.
Brandon and Nicole and the Twinkies land and collect their clues. When they get to the bus station, it's very hard to tell what they're being charged, because they appear to be talking to the guy together, and a Twinkie says, "So wait, forty dollars?" Now, if that's for both teams, with eight people including crew, then guess what? That's five bucks a person, and if Colin's figure was per person, they're getting the exact same rate as Colin. However, if whatever measure Colin was using is the same measure the Twinkies are using, then they're getting hosed, obviously. "When does this bus go?" Brandon asks. "We leave now," the guy assures them. "We have to go now," Nicole repeats before she gets on board. "No problem," the guy tells her. Having been assured of this, they board the bus. Once they're there and the bus isn't going, Brandon decides to offer the guy a hundred bucks if he'll leave now (which the guy after all already told them he would when they agreed to forty in the first place). Bus Guy wants two hundred, but KamiKarli tells him no. "One hundred dollars, all of us go, now," she offers. "One hundred, start now," Brandon repeats. The guy drops his demand to $150 -- for doing, incidentally, what he told them he would do for $40 before they got on the bus. "I don't like this," one Twinkie says to the other. "These guys are shady," Brandon says unhappily, clearly figuring he ought to bail. "We're getting off," a Twinkie announces. The guys on the bus block the aisle, however, and she can't leave. Brandon, too, tries to get off, and says, "Let me off. Let me off," but there are guys standing there, one of whom holds Brandon's shoulder back with his hand. "Jump out the window," a Twinkie suggests, but that doesn't really sound like a great idea, either. "Brandon, are you sure this is safe?" Nicole asks nervously. KamiKarli is still offering the same $100, and she wants to go right now. The guy gives her shit, and she starts to get up to leave again, at which point the bus takes off. I don't think you have to be xenophobic to have the distinct impression that that would be...unsettling.