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I was wondering why the singular "el" is used in the sentence :
"y hace escala en el Amazonas, Barbados y Chile. " I would have thought it would be plural, as they are going to several destinations and if that doesn't factor in, then the Amazonas are plural or is that considered one country. Also, would it be correct to say: "y hace escala en Amazonas, Barbados y Chile. " and leave out the "el" ?