There must have been a trick to get to right answer, but it escaped everyone, so the easiest way to solve the problem was just to write everything down and read it back to the painter. Phil did hint that the way to solve the problem was to ape the locals and just lay back and relax. But there must have been a way to solve it without having to write it all down. Any ideas
WALL OF WORDS
Arriving at Parque de Vaquejada in first place, best friends Mark & Bill opened their clue to discover the first Road Block on the race. In it, one team member had to locate the name of their next destination, Cidade Da Crianca, somewhere along a 600-foot wall. To accomplish it quickly, racers had to embrace the laidback local culture and resist the urge to over think the numerous Portuguese ads surrounding it.
Bill began to walk along the long wall littered with ads, words, and symbols hoping to unlock the mystery of his next destination.
In Bolivia, there are a lot of parks and plaza
for the laidback culture
. So parks and plaza are the best answers.
Other clues are university, museum, marketplace, theatre, mausoleum, avenue, statue, estate, house of....
University is for students.
Marketplace is for consumers.
Avenue is for transportation.
Statue is for memorial.
Mausoleum is for resting place.
The wall is long and the clue is at the end of the wall.
Best way is to write down everything. Save a trip of going back and forth.