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On my first trip to South America I went on a Monograms independent vacation offered by Globus. I found the countries of Brazil and Argentina so beautiful, that I will definitely return?soon, I hope!

Brazil has so many amazing natural wonders: the world?s second largest river, more than 5,000 miles of coastline and the largest tropical rainforest on earth. My first stop was Manaus, in the middle of the Amazon jungle. Canoeing on the Amazon River was the perfect way to explore the jungle, as I could discover the places and animals (including plenty of caymans) that can only be seen from the water.

Rio de Janeiro and Sugarloaf Mountain.On my first trip to South America I went on a Monograms independent vacation offered by Globus. I found the countries of Brazil and Argentina so beautiful, that I will definitely return?soon, I hope!

Brazil has so many amazing natural wonders: the world?s second largest river, more than 5,000 miles of coastline and the largest tropical rainforest on earth. My first stop was Manaus, in the middle of the Amazon jungle. Canoeing on the Amazon River was the perfect way to explore the jungle, as I could discover the places and animals (including plenty of caymans) that can only be seen from the water.

Rio de Janeiro is famous for its Carnival, Copacabana Beach, the Statue of Christ, Sugarloaf Mountain and, of course, samba. But beyond these popular landmarks (and the upbeat music), you will also find many historic neighborhoods, beautiful architecture and interesting museums.

From Rio, I flew into Iguassu Falls, which consist of 275 cataracts spread over three miles and boast drops of 266 feet. My accommodations on the Brazilian side of the falls were less than 700 feet from the cascades, so I could enjoy some quiet time in the early morning or evening, when fewer tourists were around.

In Argentina, I spent my time in the capital, Buenos Aires. There is a big influence of French architecture throughout the city. Steak, wine and shopping lovers: welcome to heaven.

I walked many of the city?s popular neighborhoods. My favorites were Recoleta with its beautiful cemetery where Eva ?Evita? Peron is buried; Palermo (especially Palermo?s Soho) with its many parks and gardens; and San Thelmo, which is one of the oldest neighborhoods and full of tango clubs. Another must-see district is Boca, Buenos Aires? ?Little Italy,? which is full of colorful houses made of wood and corrugated tin.

My trip was almost over, but I could not leave Buenos Aires without seeing a tango show?which was fabulous. It was a wonderful end to this unforgettable trip.

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