AMAZING RACE MANTRA: When the instructions asks for two donkeys, your partner doesn't count as one. Travel Information: The Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia is a developing east African country comprising 11 semi-autonomous administrative regions organized loosely along major ethnic lines. Tourism facilities in Ethiopia are minimal. The capital is Addis Ababa. A border dispute between Ethiopia and neighboring Eritrea erupted in May 1998 and escalated into full-scale conflict that continued until a cease-fire was reached in June 2000. In December 2000, a peace agreement was signed between the two countries to delimit and demarcate the border. The peace process is ongoing and the border between Ethiopia and Eritrea remains closed. Although Ethiopia and Eritrea signed a peace agreement in December 2000, American citizens should exercise caution if traveling to the northern Tigray and Afar regions (within 50km/30 miles of the Ethiopian/Eritrean border) because of land mines and unsettled conditions in the border area. There is a peacekeeping mission in the border area, but the border with Eritrea has not yet been finalized. U.S. citizens should stay clear of security operations and should not try to intercede with police on behalf of Eritreans or anyone else. On the next Jonathan & Victoria-free episode of The Amazing Race 6: Spoiler [size=+2]It Always Comes Down to the Details[/size] In an Olympic-style event, one Racer smokes the competition. Tension continues to rise for one Team as one member is on the brink of quitting the Race. A fear of heights plagues one Racer, who breaks into tears while racing through a Detour. Will fear keep her from completing the task? Some Team members make a crucial mistake reading a clue.