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Vibrant cities, amazing scenery, spectacular flora and fauna, and ancient structures—this vacation to South America has it all!

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For four miles the different bodies of water flow side by side and never mix! Also, try your hand at piranha fishing! This evening, venture back out on a canoe with your Naturalist to appreciate the sounds of the jungle at night, with the possibility to spot small alligators or other night creatures.

This morning, depart the Ecopark for a guided sightseeing of Manaus that explores vestiges of its glory days during the rubber boom.

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Continue to the airport for your flight to Rio and an overnight. Today is free in Rio to explore as you please. Ascend by cable car to its summit, where you can savor spectacular vistas of the city. A scenic ride by cog railway leads to the top, where a breathtaking degree panorama affords sweeping views. From here, proceed to bustling downtown Rio, where modern office towers stand next to relics of the Portuguese colonial past.

The afternoon is at leisure for you to experience this vibrant city on your own. A full day at leisure to savor Rio. Relax on one of the world-famous beaches or take advantage of the world-class shopping or fine dining.

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Alternatively, you may choose to join an optional trip to historic Petropolis, a mountain resort and the former summer palace of Emperor Dom Pedro II. Fly to Buenos Aires, proud capital of the vast country that occupies most of the southern part of the continent. Spend an evening at leisure. Take a short walking TOUR of this unique neighborhood at the mouth of the river and then on to San Telmo, famous for its late-colonial buildings and as a popular gathering spot for artists. Enjoy a full day at leisure, with an optional excursion to the pampas grasslands.

Experience the atmosphere of Argentine country life as you visit an estancia ranch.

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Get acquainted with the lifestyle of the gauchos and enjoy a barbecue lunch and the warm hospitality of your hosts before returning to the city. The spectacle of this 2-mile-wide torrential downpour—with some cataracts as high as feet—is nothing short of hypnotic.

The clouds of spray, the incessant roar, and the surrounding luxuriant tropical growth make this an unforgettable natural wonder. Have a late lunch or early dinner before flying to Lima, Peru. Fly to Cusco, the impressive Andean city that was once the capital of the Inca Empire. These ceremonies thanking Mother Earth and asking for good health and safe travels have been practiced in Peru since before the arrival of the Incas. Continue to PISAC, an old mountain village where you will have free time to shop for local wares, such as alpaca sweaters and blankets, jewelry, or hand-painted ornamental dishes and vases.

Stay in the Sacred Valley tonight, with dinner at the hotel.

Tonight, learn how to make the perfect Pisco Sour at a Peruvian cooking demonstration before your included dinner. On your guided sightseeing tour of Cusco today, learn more about the Inca and Spanish influence. The Temple of the Sun at Koricancha was once the most important Inca site, dedicated to the worship of the Sun. It remains unfathomable how and when this fortress of gigantic stones—with some blocks weighing more than tons—was built.

Enjoy an afternoon at leisure to explore on your own. This evening, your Tour Director hosts a festive farewell dinner at a local restaurant. A short morning flight returns you to Lima.

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The remainder of the day is at leisure to explore on your own. Here, you will see the famous blowhole, as well as unique sea bird colonies, including the waved albatrosses April-Dec. There were amongst us a father and son who had been the actors, the previous year, in an.

The relation between the extraordinarily lengthened bill of the Toucan and its mode of obtaining food, is therefore precisely similar to that between the long neck and lips of the Giraffe and the mode of browsing of the animal. The bill of the Toucan can scarcely be considered a very perfectly-formed. It is this last-mentioned feature that distinguishes them from the similar covered roads made by Termites, who use their glutinous saliva to cement the grains together.

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The blind Ecitons, working in numbers, build up simultaneously the sides of their convex arcades, and contrive, in a surprising manner, to approximate them and fit in the key-stones without letting the loose uncemented. A full-sized Zarabatana is heavy, and can only be used by an adult Indian who has had great practice. The young lads learn to shoot with smaller and lighter tubes. When Mr Wallace and I had lessons at Barra in the use of the blow-gun, of Julio, a Juri Indian, then in the employ of Mr Hauxwell, an English bird-collector, we found it very difficult to hold steadily the long tubes.

The arrows are made from the hard. The old man waited until we were all served before he himself commenced.

At the end of the meal, one of the women brought us water in a painted clay basin of Indian manufacture, and a clean coarse cotton napkin, that we might wash our hands. The horde of Passes of which Pedro-uassu was Tushaua or chieftain, was at this time reduced to a very small number of individuals. The disease mentioned in the last chapter had for several generations made great havoc among them; many had also.