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'Where in the World is Matt Lauer?' Makes Its Triumphant Return (VIDEO)

by Stephanie Opella, posted Nov 7th 2011 6:30PM
The clue for day one of the tenth anniversary of 'Where In The World Is Matt Lauer?' was given on Friday: "It conjures up thoughts of a child's worst fright, but there are no people to scare in this skier's delight." Monday morning Matt came on 'Today' (weekdays, 9AM ET on NBC) via satellite, from his undisclosed location.

It was sunny and sandy, but Ann, Al and Natalie were stumped until he began to ski down massive sand dunes. "Does this mean he's in Namibia?" Ann guessed correctly. More specifically, Matt was on the Skeleton Coast in the Namib Desert, which means 'Land of No People.'

Matt's Namibian tour began with a helicopter ride above the more than 500 shipwrecked vessels on Skeleton Coast. He later was joined by Savannah Guthrie, who went on a tour to find the elusive Desert Elephant, and then Matt enjoyed a rare look inside the diamond mine Prohibited Zone.

They wrapped the visit up on Pelican Point and gave this clue for tomorrow's 'Where In The World': "Don Pardo might say it is a 'Pin in an Earth in blue sea.' Its cup runneth over, high in the sky, where the best things can be free!" Any guesses?

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