Charles Rawlings-Way is a veteran travel writer who has penned 30-something titles for Lonely Planet – including guides to Singapore, Toronto, Sydney, Tasmania, New Zealand, the South Pacific and Australia – and numerous articles. After dabbling in the dark arts of architecture, cartography, project management and busking for some years, Charles hit the road for LP in 2005 and hasn't stopped travelling since. 'What's in store for me in the direction I don't take?' (Kerouac).
Anything to do with Tasmania or the Adelaide Hills.
Tasmania, New Zealand, Fremantle, the Pacific Northwest, Cornish coast and medieval French villages in general.