Who are you? You're HARRY HONDURAS, explorer extraordinaire. What's your mission? To trot the globe like Meadowlark Lemon and solve mysteries pertaining to the unknown; to explore and loot the tombs of ancient kings (raid them, if you will); to make sure that your hair is always looking great! Like Indiana Jones sans hat and Short Round, basically, and God knows we all needed a break from Short Round. You've got a pistol and a snarky attitude (self-described) and you're not going to stop cracking wise until you've killed a hellbeast, a dinosaur, or at least eight Nazis (current exchange rate notwithstanding) in search of treasure!
About a month ago, you caught wind of a rather interesting story; one that reeks of intrigue and mystery, and that's your favorite reek. The story in question concerns the ancient ruins of TEMPLO DE DIA, or the TEMPLE OF DAY, located near scenic PUERTO ALGODÓN, MEXICO. Apparently used to hold ceremonies and other such ancient-sounding things, legend has it that buried deep beneath the temple are countless riches and artifacts. Possibly gold riches! And that's your favorite riches.
Being the adventurous type you are, you decide that this treasure would be better off donated in your hands than the hands of wannabe grave robbers. That's why you've made it to Puerto Algodón to begin your journey to the unknown. With the government's permission--because you've gotta check up with them before you ransack their cultural artifacts--you're ready to head out into the depths of the Temple of Day...
... but before you go, you take inventory to make sure you're not missing anything.
Right here is your BACKPACK INVENTORY, a sack with more space than it lets on. What you see here is just a fraction of the available space. In your BACKPACK INVENTORY, you have the following: a blank piece of paper which you intend to draw a MAP on; your handy DERRINGER PISTOL, loaded with a seemingly infinite supply of BULLETS; a JOURNAL for keeping track of any and all ARTIFACTS you find on your trip; a LEATHER BELT that could work as a WHIP in a pinch; a LIGHTER for starting fires and the occasional Cuban cigarillo; a 2-WAY RADIO in case you need help; a COMB to keep your hair looking great!; and a SONY WALKMAN with a disc of The Very Best of Daryl Hall & John Oates in it. You love Hall & Oates more than most men can ever hope to.
Now that you're in Puerto Algodón, you would find it prudent to set off. There may be business to tend to, however, in the buildings around you. You can see a TOURIST KIOSK right near you with information about the Temple of Day and the surrounding area. You can also see a GIFT SHOP selling replicas of native art. There is a BEACHSIDE CANTINA selling a variety of comestibles and such.
It also seems like you've got somebody CONTACTING YOU on your walkie-talkie. You pick it up since it's probably important.
Now that you've sorted out the formalities, it's time to go on with your adventure. What should you do now?