Canadian born, Andrew Stevenson spent his childhood in Hong Kong, India, Kenya, Scotland, Malaysia and Singapore. He studied postgraduate international economics in France, Canada and Norway and worked as an international economist before joining the United Nations Development Programme.
After five years in East Africa he returned to North America to become a financial advisor, and to upgrade his pilot’s licence. He has subsequently worked as a consultant in international development for various governments, travelling over most of Africa and Asia. He currently lives with his wife in Bermuda where he writes full time.
Andrew is Lonely Planet’s best selling author. He also wrote Kiwi Tracks, Summer Lights, as well as the best selling Annapurna Circuit.
Visit Andrew’s website at www.awstevenson.com.
Travels in Outback Australia
Lonely Planet’s best-selling author travels around Australia and tells about his search for knowledge and understanding of the original Australians – the Aboriginal People.