In Vanuatu, Karl met with local villagers as they were jumping off of a makeshift tower using vines. After much hesitation, Karl does finally join them in a jumpfrom the children's level. His next stop was the island of Tanna, where he met with a tribe that worships Prince Philip and did some "arseboarding" down the side of a volcano.
Finally, Karl made it to his final destination, a small deserted island where, with the help a local tribesman, he built a small shelter, cooked up a root (similar to a potato) for dinner, struggled with what Americans call prawns, and complained about the rain.
In the end, Karl decided that "happiness is like cake; have too much and you get sick of it."
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