Adventures on Earth

Adventures on Earth COVER

My friend Lou’s new e-book is out and I can honestly say, it’s beautiful. As in, National Geographic beautiful. Lou has been pretty much everywhere and what I love is that she isn’t swayed by popular opinion. She goes with an open heart, mind and unfaltering curiosity. She has put together a bunch of her favourite […]

Snapshots of Sri Lanka

Once called ‘the island of serendipity’, Sri Lanka is a place where a rich culture and chequered history combine. Where cricket tragics, surfers, and adventurers meet Buddhist monks, fishermen, and orphaned elephants. Where the scent of cinnamon floats on the air and there’s a feeling that anything is possible. This collection of travellers’ tales has […]

Kaua’i Top Five

Paddling the Na Pali Coast, Kaua'i

Lou Southerden is one of my all-time favourite writers and I was lucky enough to travel with her to the islands of Oahu and Kaua’í in Hawai’i. She wrote a beautiful blog post about her experiences on Kaua’i (we split up for a few days so Lou could go ocean kayaking and surfing). If you are into checking out places […]

Oh, MONA!

The famous Cloaca by Wim Delvoye

Louise Southerden takes us on a trip down the rabbit hole at the Museum of Old and New Art in Hobart, Tasmania. Wow, MONA. If Tasmania’s new Museum of Old and New Art was a person, she’d be cool and approachable. Built by art-lover, self-made-gambling-savant and Tasmanian-made-good David Walsh, then filled with his collection of oddities, it’s […]

Travel Tales with a twist: Louise Southerden, Travel Writer, Editor and Photographer

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It’s not every day that I get to profile one of Australia’s top travel journalists but today, my friends, is that day. I am very pleased to introduce you to Louise Southerden, ASTW Travel Writer of the Year in 2008 and 2009 and winner of Best Responsible Tourism Story in 2006, 2008 & 2009. She […]