Archive for June, 2008

Catsnstuff Down Under – 4.1: Alice Springs to Adelaide

June 24, 2008

Hi there! I can’t be arsed to write an entry that makes a lot of sense right now. I’m tired, I missed my flight to Brisbane today (not my fault, FU Skylink!), but I had the best time ever on my tour. Really, I can’t remember laughing this hard in a long time, and that for six days straight. For all the good time pictures, click here. Promise to make a decent entry when the bags under my eyes have deflated and I don’t smell like a sweaty trash can anymore. Love ya!

Kiss, Lotte

Catsnstuff Down Under – 3: West Coast

June 16, 2008

Well, it has been a tremendously nice week for me! After my illness in Melbourne I was scared to go on a seven day tour of the west coast of Australia, but it has been a blast! I arrived in Perth the 7th of June and decided to take it easy on the 8th, because my tour was starting the next day. I hung out in the Botanical Gardens (what else is new) and went to the West Australia museum. After the jump, some of my Perth pics.


Catsnstuff Down Under – 2: Melbourne

June 8, 2008

Hi everyone, it’s time for part two of my big trip. I spent the last week or so in Melbourne, and I have to say that I was really looking forward to it, but my first impressions of the city many say has such a nice open, European vibe were not too good. The busride from Sydney took twelve hourse and I arrived realy early, at 6:00 in the morning and had a hard time finding my way around the city and to my hostel. I eventually took the wrong train and decided just to walk to my hostel from there, even if it was quite far away. I arrived tired and looking a tad dishevelled and all I wanted was a bed. But they would not let me in my room and asked me very disinterested to just wait some hours. The atmosphere was really cold and rude, so I decided to check out the hostel my mom’s friend Kirsten recommended. don’t ask why I didn’t do that in the first place, that was quite stupid ;).

So I arrived at the hostel, which is an old Nunnery and the place was just AMAZING! A beautiful house filled with paintings an cosy rooms and a communal area with a fireplace. O, and a cat, named Brother Francis. Want to see him? Then…