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Modelling of Steady and Unsteady Flow around 2D Airfoils Using Panel MethodsThis report deals with modelling of two-dimensional, incompressible, inviscid flow around an airfoil. A panel method simulation program is written, and verified through static and dynamic test cases.
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Foreløbig meddelelse om alkohols Invirkning på pattedyrets kognetive og motoriske formåenAfsluttende opgave i kursus "Hjernes Fysiologi"
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Karakteristik af FadølsanlægTF fagpakkeprojekt F04. I samarbejde med Thomine og Peter Skafte.
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Cerro San CristobalThere is a hill in the middle of Santiago with a magnificent view. The top is 220 meters above the city level. This is a view over the city centre.
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Cajón de MaipoCajón de Maipo is the name of the gorge which we followed to get to the hot springs located approx. 70 km from Santiago, very near to the Argentine border.
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The outskirts of SantiagoI went with a group from my Spanish school
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Calle CatedralEl Punto is on the next corner. In the distance you can faintly see the Andes.
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El PuntoThis is the dorm at which i am staying.
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mmm. Pollo con coñac...
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They must have a lot of water. This guy was just watering the pavement for a minute or so....
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Happy BaconWe had a coffee break in a small settlement in the mountains. All the animals roamed freely around.
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Coffee breakEl hombre in the orange T-shirt was our guide
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Un BarcoAt first it seemed a bit odd that somebody had a boat in a garden in 2500 m altitude.
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Laguna NegraA huge deep-blue lake surrounded by huge mountains. Besides me is Janine from Germany who also studies Spanish at my school. All the others on the tour was from another language school.
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A smaller landslide just next to where our car was parked. The guide however wasn't very concerned, and we drove just beneath it 5 minutes after.
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Unfortunately i didn't get the big splash of the rock
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San GarbrielAs far as I could understand on the guide, this is the top of San Grabriel vulcano (6200 m).
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We had to cross this fiercely looking river. It was about 5m wide, and we didn't want to get wet already so we had carried along our own ferry.
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Termas del PlomoThe springs were also accessable by 4x4 cars, so we didn't have the springs for ourselves. But it was really pleasant to take a swim in. Near to the source the water was too hot to be in.
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PlateauThe Plateau of the springs was at about 3000 m above msl. It was extremely hot (>25 degrees) but there was still snow in some places at this altitude.
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FossilsA rock with fossils of clamps.
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Clean shoesOn the way back we didn't bother taking the boat again so we just took it through the rivers and got clean shoes and wet pants.
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Mercado CentralAll the vegetables where just huge at this market.
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Viagra for fattigrøvepobre (esp) = fattig (dk)
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Traditional Mapuche Singing/DancingIn a park in Santiago there was a festival to celebrate something. And this evening the entertainment was supplied by a traditional tribal band.
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The MetroThe metro in Santiago is very well organized. Here is the station of Baquedano.
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Cold and Wet...The Pacific Ocean - check.
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Concha y Toro Wine YardConcha y Toro is a famous Chilian wine producer. Amoung others they make "Castillero del Diablo". Seems like the business is paying off...
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Map of Cajón de MaipoThe destination was the Monumento Natural Elmorado. Last week I went to Termas del Plomo, very near the Argentine border.
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Kaffe og kageIn the distance is the active vulcano, San José (~5800 m). It is actually smoking, but on the other side of the mountain.
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San José Vulcano
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Ready to go.There waited a 3 hour walk up to the glacier. And not everybody was as well-equiped as the guide had wanted.
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Loads of snow..Normally at this time of the year the glacier is the only snow there is. But because therewas an abnormal amount of snow last year there is still plenty left in the mountains. The temperature was however around 25 degrees.
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The GlacierThe glacier slides out between to mountains and falls almost 500m down into a lake.
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The lake.Normally the glacier plunges into a huge lake at this time of the year, but because of last years huge amount of snow, it was possible to walk quite far out on the lake.
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The lake again
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It was great fun to slide down the snowy slopes...
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The ReturnIt was on the descent it became really obvious that it was important to have good shoes. The group who had proper shoes came down almost one hour before the condi-shoe-group.
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FIDAEThe FIDAE, Feria Internacional Del Aire y del Espacio, takes place every second year. For the first time it was held in the International Airport of Santiago. And I was there!
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Cabernet SauvignonIs the only thing that grows well in the Maipo Valley south of Santiago. (Plantet in 1978)
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So small!These grapes don't get bigger than this. From now on they just get sweeter, but allready now they were super delicious. They are harvested in April.
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Merchandise!Get your very own KKK suit for your wine bottle! What went wrong for the marketing guys?!
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The fabulous four...Before departure from Santiago. Left is Alejandra, top is Juan Fernandez and below is Graciella. All three are from Mexico.
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Viña del MarBellavue will not stand a chance...
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ChorillanaThe traditional dish of Chile - french fries, eggs and beef.
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Our room.
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The Gypsees!!In Viña del Mar my three friends each got robbed by a fortune-telling gypsee. Alejandra in the picture got robbed for $20000 but she got most of it back when she started to scream. The other two got robbed for $4000 and $10000 respectively. (it is a bit confusing but $1=1 peso ;)
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Pablo Nerudas House in ValparaísoPablo Neruda is the most famous writer from Chile. He has travelled the world thin and been embassador for Chile in various contries. Now he is dead and his stuff is displayed in three different houses around Chile.
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Well, this is the photo everyone has to have in Sydney.
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That's my mess in the bottom bunk on the far side. I slept above.
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I know it isn't sharp, but those animals are just soo cute!
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Another photo of this cute animal :o)
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Can't remember it's name anymore, but I haven't seen a snout like that on a turtle before.
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This sign speaks for itself.
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The marine biologists in the aqaurium think the sharks like the current in the water in this spot, and therefore lie there and "sleep". The shark basin is seen from below in two tunnels.
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Sina, a German girl I spent my first days in Sydney with.
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Well that's an attempt to close my suitcase again.
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The outdoor cinema. Lots of people don't buy tickets, they just sit in the hills behind it. Sure there will be a palm tree disrupting your view somewhere, but if you aren't deaf yet, sound is just fine.
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I think it is called something like trumpetflowertree.
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I thought this was a cool fountain.
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South eastern view of the city.Santiago just extends for ever covering the whole valley.
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North eastern viewThe rich part of the town. My university lies just below the hill that the cables are in front of the the very left of the picture.
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Mi amigo Perro.This dog followed me trustworthy from the very bottom of the hill all the way to the top. I disappeared lots of times for up to 10 minutes but it always found me again. Even when I went down again I kept meeting it. Unfortunately it couldn't come with me in the Metro and I haven't seen it since.
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La VirginA 22 m tall statue of Virgin Maria at the top of Cerro San Cristobal.
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The FrontierIt only took 1,5 hours to obtain our visa to Argentine. It was freezing cold as we were only protected by a simple shed high up in the mountains.
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A Fountain of Red WineCould we expect a better welcome?
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The Streets of Mendoza preparing for the Carneval
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Las ReinasIn connection with the festival of the grapes, there was an election of the Queen of Mendoza. Each of the 17 districts in Mendoza sent their queen. Each queen had her own decorated truck with supporting chicks dancing around.
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Cerro Santa GloriaThe main show was held in an amphitheater in the foothills of the Andes. We couldn't get seats to the theatre so we spend the evening on the hill side together with the other 100000 who couldn't get tickets. We could only see 1/10th of the stage but there were fireworks and we had plenty of champagne and red wine.
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The ZooSunday afternoon we went to the zoo to see some animals suffer... They even had icebears and it must have been around 35 degrees C.
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mmm. llama
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Waiting for the beefs..Here we have been acompanied by some of Cyrils friends from France.
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The Rear End!Of a KC10. From behind this window the operator controls the refueling boom.
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KC10 refueling station
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F-16Neglecting the fact that it is military equipment, the F-16 is one of the most beautiful planes I know of.
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mmm. winglets :)
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Vrroom...The final maneuvre of a double spiraling motion...
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They were quite good at flying upside down...
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Los HalconesThe air acrobacy team of Chile's Air Force. A world class team that won the world championship in 1998.
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The star of Chile's flag
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Propulsion!And this is what I study in my propulsion-class. Here we have a new generation Pratt&Whitney turbofan engine.
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And look what I made them do for Astrid.
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Look at all the itsy-bitsy parts.A centrifugal-type jet engine.
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Russian Arms Dealers.Unfortunately the airshow was flooded with too much good-for-nothing military equipment. There where to kinds of people at the fair: The suit-guys with red suitcases and pokerface and the soldier-boys with a smile from one ear to the other. So there where bikini-babes with huge machineguns all over the place.
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M50 TornadoAll most all the flights tuesday where military-machines. Except the acrobacy-team and a helicopter.
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Mi casa es tu casa!Our humble house in Pucón. I lived there with Raphael (L), Gerryboy and Graciella (who took the picture).
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Los OjosGerry, Raphael (Austria) and me...
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Ready for the vulcano!
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mmm. Hot Springs and cheves..We were afterwards told that it is a very bad idea to visit the hot springs the day before the vulcano trip. After two hours in the hot springs you're quite wasted.
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The sissies take the lift...The vulcano "Villarica" (2956m AMSL) is an active vulcano with a lava-pit down in the crater. Here we are at 1.400m. As it is a ski resort in the winter, you can take the lift up to 1800m. But the vikings walk all the way...
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Cheaters!Raphael and Graciella took the guides advice and took the lift. It proved that the first 400 vertical meters are the toughest on the trip. But it was nice warmup for me and Gerry - and we soon caught up with the two others.
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A former ski lift at 2000m
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The gear.The coolest part of the trip was the metal set of dentures to strap under the shoes. With these things you could you run up the icy slopes without even thinking about it. I totally want a pair!
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The mighty vulcano god had a lot of gas that day...
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Der er koldt på toppen - men en fremragende udsigt.The top! Quite windy, but we prefered this to the stinky gas from the vulcano that leaked out from under every stone. The earth where we are sitting was probably 30 degrees C hot.
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Cheve time!The reward after 4 hours of walking...
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Sacrifice to the Vulcano God!
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GassyIt was quite a pity that there was so much gas. On some days there is a fountain of lava, but we where only able to see gas. We where afterwards told that if we had held our camera further over the edge we would be able to see the magma. But it was also quite freaky to hear the bubling sounds!!
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And now the fun part!!Sliding down the vulcano on the popo, was quite entertaining at first. Since it is a long time since it has snowed there are icy tracks left to slide in - like a bob-sledge. The ice-pic was used to control the speed. It later became a quite wet and dirty business...
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The bottom picture.For a true mountaneer the bottom picture is more precious than the top picture. But we all made it.
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Vulcan Villarica.And here is the vulcano seen from our house when we returned from it. Perfectly cone-shaped. Notice the smoke from the top.
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Sliding through a cloud.Here I am, totally wet to the bone, in the middle of a cloud.
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Beef and Vine to celebrate the victory.
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The sea-lions of Pucón
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Ready for rafting!With all the gear we are ready to raft! We took the difficult river (class 4-5 out of 5). It was really, really fun, but not very wild.
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The Beach of Pucón.A beach with black sand at the Villarica lake.
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Asking him to let go of me, so I'm not the one deciding when to go.
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This is later when I abseiled down from the bridge.
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Someone else swinging under the bridge.
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Going over the edge to do my abseil.
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My first rockclimb in New Zealand.
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The only tandem of the day. She didn't dare and convinced him to jump with her, though he was kinda sick.
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The beach we surfed from. The yellow board is mine for the day.
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The sun was actually shining too, justifying to just sit on the beach and enjoy it.
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These are bones from a Moa. The Nessie of New Zealand.
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The national bird, the Kiwi.
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Rapport 4Final and includes highlights from previous 3 reports
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Cielito Lindo - Outside My Window
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Snow n smog
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CFD report 4Temperature and velocity interaction.
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CFD report 3Solve NS with finite volume
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CFD report 2Temperature solver with finite volume
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CFD report 1Potential flow solver for motion of particles around fixed cylinder.
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Trubulence Theory Reports
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Hydrofoil Vessel DesignCourse 41220 Exam Report
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41323 - Advanced Fluid Mechanics
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Teotihuacan - Fra toppen af Solpyramiden. I baggrunden ses Maanepyramiden. Laengst mod hoejre er Juan Fernandez.
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Solpyramiden
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Telefonbogen fra Mexico City. Delt i to bind med i alt 5699 sider!
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Camino de los Muertos. Offerpladsen og de doedes vej set oppe fra Maanepyramiden. Til venstre ses Solpyramiden.
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Katedralen bygget af stenene fra Templo Mayor.
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Udsigt fra Torre Latinoamerica.
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Museo de las Bellas Artes
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Aztecernes Kalender. Et sindrigt system til at holde styr paa fester, hoester, krige osv.
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This picture shows our working table, when almost all the food was done.
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Typical forest along tracks in NZ
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Mis compañeros.Here we are on the small ferry. From left: Claire and Cyril from France, Raphael from Austria and Martin from Germany. Chiloé is an island approx. 1200 km south of Santiago.
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On our way to the rock, that we're going to climb on.
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South Korean food that Yeon made for us. It was very delicious.
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yeah.. first row in the bus rules!
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In the bowl you can see Dominik's (German guy) spaetzle. It was really good.
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Yeon succeeded in making something that burnt even Alicia's tounge.
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The frontierThe pass that separates Chile y argentina. The Chilean side is extremely steap and quite of a hairraiser when you are in front of the bus that sometimes leans over the edge.
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On the right, well lets just say what we had to make one "lagkagebund" out of the two. On the left a fine example of how the next ones turned out. They were GOOD!
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One viewpoint along the way.
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Castro DowntownCastro is the capital of Chiloé.
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Alicia on the left and Yeon on the right. She is demonstrating the right way to eat it.
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Business as usualThe border is always close packed with trucks waiting..
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Yeay, Alicia has cooked the egg.
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Here are the Danish birthday cakes (lagkage), when they were ready to be served.
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To me, this looks like Lara, a Spanish woman who works at the insitute, is walking in a jungle.
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Skiing season is coming closer.
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The egg being meticulously cut.
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Well, I made one in Jackson in 2000, so of course I made one in NZ too!
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This is where we had lunch.
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Last ingredients added to the plate. We now have cucumber, berong (something like that) root, spinach, radish, surimi, carrot, egg and rice.
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Dinner Step 2
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These are most of my flatmates and our bonus flatmate. From the left Megan (bonus), Regan, me, Sabrina and Yeon.
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One side of the valley we came through.
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Wine "Tasting"Here we are comparing two distinct Cabernet Sauvignons at the winery Carinea. At the end of the show we had tried around 15 different wines. And of course we swallowed.
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Let the games begin. This is the first roll of sushi by my hands.
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Christmas Tree in the Tropics
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And this is the other side. Looks like palm trees, right? They are called "panga" here, they are just big versions of a plant we in Danish call "traebregne".
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mmm. Beef to acompany the fine selection of wines...
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Moe's TabernIf you didn't know "Moe's Tabern" is in Mendoza. Here mi hermano and me are warming up with af bit of the ol' Guinness..
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Look how nice they are! :p
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I believe this plaque proves we must have been some of the first trampers on this trail.
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The Wooden Churches of ChiloéChiloé is famous for its wooden houses and especially churches. The churches are protected by the UNESCO World Heritage Programme. This one in Castro however has some metal plating outside, which most of them don't. Before Chiloé was incredible rich on wood, but now it is almost depleted.
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And this is how you look after a hard day of wine tasting..
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Here I'm placing some filling in the right spot.
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The goat is extra material. It came running down the hill towards us, and at first I wasn't even sure if I got it in the photo, because it quickly went the other way again.
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Plaza de Armas, Castro
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And like this..
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This shows the nicely cut rolls.
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A Hungry Moray Eel
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From the left: Luke, a kiwi friend of Agnes, french girl and my supervisors girlfriend, and John, irish and my supervisor.
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Here's a demonstration of Alicia's cutting skills.
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This one qualifies as the weirdest spider I have ever seen!
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The ObeliskOne of the main icons of BA
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Peter, With His New Goggles
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Avenida 9. julioOne of the worlds widest avenues with a 140 m span!
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A Lion Fish (Don't Touch!)
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Artesania de Castro.Though the sun was shining it was tempting to put on a few extra layers with the outside temperature.
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Puente de la MujerThe bridge of the woman(?)
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Los PalafitosCastro is famous for its special fishing houses, the palafitos. They are however not so convinient during a zunami where the water level rises and takes all the houses to sea. This happened last in 1960 and only few of the houses have been reconstructed.
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Casa RosadaWhere personalities like Evita and Maradonna have held historical speaches.
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Plaza de Mayo
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Some Strange Snail...
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Boca Juniors RestuarantIn the neighborhood of "La Boca" you find the famous football stadium of Boca Juniors. Before entering we engulfed a beef at a nearby restaurant heavily devoted to the footballteam.
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The calm inner sea.The islands east of the main island of Chiloé form a perfect habitat for farming salmon and mussels in the far end it is possible to see farms. Chile is now the biggest exporter of salmon in the world and Chiloé produces 60% of those in huge farms.
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Salmon Farm.The floating farms are moved regularly because they are very bad for the environment. The seabed is left dead beneath a salmon farm due to the food that falls to the bottom. It is through the food that the meat gets its colour and the colour is adjusted to the different markeds, e.g. Japan likes the salmon more red than europe does.
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Chonchi.The small fishing village was the most beautiful and quiet place on Chiloé.
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Oh, you shouldn't have...
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The Congress Building..Buenos Aires has incredible architecture all over the place in the centre. This is just an example.
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The Beach!Here we are heading for the western beach. We were incredible lucky with the weather - the annual rainfall in this place is more than 4000mm and it rains almost every day of the year.
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Fernet-Cola-Death!Here is the last photo taken of me alive before i suffered the national drink: the Fernet Branca with Cola... Chucha!
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Surf!!The sea was tremendous. The wind coming from inland created an amazing effect on the incoming waves as they broke. No picture can redo the setting.
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The sixth floorA nearby hostel where we spent the nights playing jenga.. If anybody needs to spend a night in BA, heres the place: http://www.urbanohostel.com.ar/
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25th of MayThe national day of Argentina, where the president had hired the lower class to come and cheer for him...
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Our hostel.With the coolest elevator ever!
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The Barolo Tower.I am deeply fascinated by this building that i unfortunately not got to visit.
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Multa...Yam yam, tons of ripe berries in the national park.
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Spritzer-timeA highlight of BA is the café and bar life. Ask for a sodawater and you will have it served in a classical siphon...
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TigreThe delta where 3 big rivers join and form the Rio de la Plate is very beautiful. The city of tigre is the city that serves the population of the delta whose only mean of transportation is by boat.
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Taxi, please!
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Every little house has its own bridge.
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Colonia, Uruguay.Our portuguese inspired hostel.
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Colonia
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Ligthhouse of Colonia
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MontevideoThe building behind the flag was begun constructed in 1957 and has not finished yet - due to financial technicalities. The building that was intended to be the ministry of justice is located at the centre square of Montevideo, and the president is thinking of moving his office here.
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A nice sculpture..
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Montevideo coastline.
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Mercado del PuertoNear the harbor an irresistable marked of barbecues pose a huge threat to your appetite.
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Plaza de independenciaBelow the sculpture the remains of the liberator of Uruguay, general Artigas, are kept. In the background the "Salvo Tower" is a close copy of the Barolo tower of Buenos Aires.
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See you later, Gerry!The whole purpose of the trip was to say "have a nice trip, Gerry". So here we are drinking a cheap uruguayan champagne to Gerry, that will travel around Brasil and a lot of other places the next 2-3 months.
 
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