In the year 1532, seventy thousand sacks of gold are transported from the Kingdom of Quito to the town of Cajamarca, Perú where spanish conquistadors are holding as their prisoner, the Incan Emperor, Atahualpa. However, the gold never arrives. The Incas hide it in a lagoon, in a remote mountain range in Ecuador. Explorers from all over the world have searched for it. In the year 2010 a chilean expedition went looking for this lagoon.