The Amazing Race Philippines: DryedMangoez Edition 11 – Leg 10 – Burkina Faso

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Leg 11.10 – “I’m not a book, you can’t judge me!”


At the start of this Leg, teams will get to give back to the wonderful children who helped them last Leg. They will return to the village school to help fix up classrooms with fresh paint and cleaning.


Afterwards, the Leg really begins as teams must make their way on foot to a nearby village where the village chief will give them a special gift: a chicken. They must catch one and put it in a sack which they will keep safely with them the rest of the Leg.


They will also get the next clue directing to take a taxi to a field in Bouda Pelegtanga. Here, they will find the Detour: Shake Your Pans or Shake Your Booty.


In Shake Your Pans, teams must use traditional methods to pan for one ounce of gold.


In Shake Your Booty, teams must learn a traditional local dance and perform it in front of three local celebrity judges and a crowd of locals.


After the Detour, teams must head to Tampouy Goat Market where they will find the Road Block: Who can juggle?


For this Road Block, teams must pack a bicycle with various goods, including a goat, and deliver all the cargo to a specific person in the market. That person will exchange the goods for the next clue.


And that clue points teams to Hotel de Ville, the Pit Stop of this Leg of the Race.

The first team to check-in here with their chicken safely alive will win P200,000 courtesy of Shell V-Power Nitro+.

The last team to check-in here WILL be eliminated.

“Director’s” Commentary

This is a pretty barebones Leg. It’s more suited for an early Leg than one with only five teams.

So if Burkina Faso will be a late Leg country, this one will need more tasks.

But this Leg, again, was great in TAR12. A big part of that though was because of the great teams. So casting is always important.

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