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NameMan vs Globe
Basic InfoMan Vs. Globe was born from a passion for travel, photography and storytelling. In 2014 I packed my bags and set off on the adventure of a lifetime around Central and South America, On my return, I started this blog to share my experiences with the rest of the world.So far I’ve managed to explore over 30 countries; I’ve road-tripped through the desolate Salar de Uyuni, floated along the waterways of the Mekong Delta, spotted Raul Castro while marching through Plaza de la Revolucion, and surfed the vast sand dunes of the Sahara Desert.Man Vs. Globe is predominantly a budget travel blog with a focus on responsible and ethical travel. It features my adventures backpacking in far-flung destinations or weekends away closer to home, always with an eye for capturing the sights, sounds, and cultural highlights to help my readers really get a feel for a location. While I write a combination of city guides, accommodation reviews and travel tips, my main passion is long-form travel stories, using my writing and photography to really get to grips with a destination.In February 2018, Man Vs. Globe was awarded ‘Lonely Planet’s Travel Blog of the Year‘ at the Edward Stanford Travel Writing Awards and has previously been nominated for ‘Best Newcomer’ at the 2017 Vuelio Blog Awards and ‘Best Travel Blog’ and 'Best Travel Influencer' at the Northern Blog Awards.
What Blog Means To YouTo me, blogging is a way to share my experiences with the world. I feel that everyone has a story to tell and, no matter how small or insignificant that story may seem, creating a blog gives you a voice and an ability to find like minded people.I started my blog as a way to share my photography and ramblings, but soon found myself part of a thriving and welcoming community. Essentially, it is the blogging community that keeps me pursuing this wonderful hobby.

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Websitewww.manvsglobe.com
Social Mediawww.instagram.com/manvsglobe, www.facebook.com/manvsglobe, www.twitter.com/manvsglobe

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