Ethnologists, or the simply curious, can meet a few of the Amazon Indians via a package tour. Want to take a blowgun lesson from a Yagua Indian or dance with bark-clothed Boras Indians? All quite possible, flying from Miami to Iquitos, then by boat. Bring T-shirts, marbles, and lipstick for trading purposes. (Blue jeans are not yet in fashion.)
Brazil and Argentina share the Iguassu Falls, a series of 275 falls that many viewers swear out-perform Niagara Falls, between the U.S. and Canada, and Victoria Falls, shared by Zambia and Zimbabwe in Africa.
Aerolinas Argentina flies daily to the Argentine side of the falls; Varig Brazilian Airlines does the same to the Brazilian side. Nearby is Itaipu Dam which stands sixty-two stories high and stretches more than ninety city blocks, the largest producer of electricity of any dam. The roar of the water can be heard five miles away.
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