Hugh Newman explores the prehistoric temple complex of Chiripa along the southern shore of Lake Titicaca in Bolivia. The word chiripa in Spanish means "lucky break". It predates nearby Tiwanaku and Puma Punku, and in the onsite museum, it has elongated skulls and strange monoliths and carvings. It is said that the origins of quinoa are from this area and it may also have inspired the Pucara culture around Lake Titicaca. It is rarely visited but one of the most important 'origin' sites in South America.