Carol|Brandy and Joe|Heidi also do llama, Heidi saying she's already cold enough without going into the water. They meet Brent and Caite coming up the path, and the models declare that they want to "fly." Good luck with that. As Jet and Cord's boat docks again, they agree they'd better get a move-on. They run all the way up the wooded trail to the llama corral (150 meters, according to the sign), hearing a loud braying noise as they approach. One of them thinks that came from a burro, but then they come into sight of a local in a poncho blowing on a loud, circular horn. These cowboys are great with animal noises. There's also a whole musical group up there and a small crowd of locals parading around, until they climb the corral fence to watch the Cowboys try to wrangle the llamas. "None of them look like they want to be jacked with," Jet says. But then they spot a friendly, docile one, and quickly get him scarved and blanketed. "Llama Whisperer," Jet declares himself. They're still in first place as they open their Route Info clue sending them to Onces Bellavista Farm for their next clue. As they get back in their car, they wonder if anyone knows who's in the lead. Of course they don't, and how would they have guessed?
Carol|Brandy and Joe|Heidi arrive at the corral next, and Carol admires the eyelashes on one of the llamas before asking it, "You're going to spit on me, aren't you?" Sounds like a lot of dates I used to have. Joe thinks he's found one that likes him. It must like him that way, because it jealously spits in his wife's face. It's like Melrose Place with llamas. He tries to distract it by feeding it from their corn pouch (every team is issued one along with the scarf and blanket, looks like) while Heidi attempts the "throw" method to cover its back and it darts away. Carol and Brandy gingerly approach one, until it starts threatening to kick and walks away. "Okay, maybe not that one," Carol chirps. Joe is trying to get a blanket on one llama from behind when it kicks him in the knee. "Whoa, big time," Joe says, spooked but not crippled as he rubs his offended leg.