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Man 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. 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.

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The Best Things to do in Hoi An, Vietnam

Hoi An’s cuisine combines this mix of traditional recipes with fresh ingredients; the fish and shrimp come to your plate from both the nearby East Vietnamese Sea and the Thu Bon river, the vegetables from local organic gardens, and the flour is freshly milled from the rice paddies encircling the town. Hoi An is to sample the history and culture of its ancient centre, then staying in the old town and its surrounds would be best. It is situated a little far from the action (around a 30-min walk to the riverside) on the edge of town but they offer a free shuttle to the historic centre and have bicycles that you are able to borrow to explore the surrounding rice fields. . By Bus Shop around in the town centre at various travel agencies to find the best prices onwards to Hue, Hanoi, Saigon, Dalat and Nha Trang.

Where to Eat and Drink in Hoi An, Vietnam

Hoi An’s ancient and lantern-strewn old town is one of Vietnam’s most beguiling destinations. The fish and shrimp come to your plate from both the nearby East Vietnamese Sea and the Thu Bon river, with the herbs and vegetables arriving courtesy of local organic gardens such as Tra Que, the farming community situated between the town centre and An Bang beach. Then there are the noodles; The flour is freshly milled from the rice paddies encircling the town while most of Hoi An’s noodle dishes use alkaline water drawn from ancient local wells, meaning that certain dishes like white rose dumplings (banh bao banh vac) and cao lầu are not found anywhere else in the country. Hoi An’s old town comes alive as enchanting lanterns bathe the streets in colourful light and tourists float hundreds of candles along the Thu Bon River.

Where to Eat and Drink in St. Pete & Clearwater, Florida

Ask anyone here and they will insist that you sample the local grouper, a fish that is caught here all year round and occupies the menu of almost every one of the city’s seafood shacks, but you’ll also find delicious fresh oysters, succulent shrimp, and sublime sushi at Clearwater’s cosy, hole-in-the-wall beachfront bars. Where to Eat in St. Pete & Clearwater Although primarily famed for its seafood, the range of restaurants available in the Clearwater and St. Pete runs the gamut from laid back BBQ joints and pizzerias to fancy, upscale bistros and everything in between. One of the oldest towns on Florida’s west coast, Dunedin is just a short taxi ride from Clearwater Beach and is home to an idyllic and walkable downtown packed with great independent restaurants and drinking spots. Serving Asian fusion cuisine and spectacular sushi, Ocean Hai is one of the best seafood restaurants in Clearwater Built in 1928 during the Gatsby era, people were drawn to St Petersburg as a city of leisure – pristine white beaches, palm trees, the cultured Mediterranean architecture – and the Don Cesar gained renown as the playground for America’s pampered rich.

Where to Eat & Drink in Warsaw, Poland

From traditional Polish pierogis and hearty spiced stews to international street food markets and modern molecular gastronomy, Warsaw’s culinary scene is vibrant and exciting enough to stand alongside most other European capitals cities. Where to Eat in Warsaw While many people visiting Warsaw will be out hunting specifically for some wonderous pierogi, like any bustling European capital, Warsaw offers a spectacular range of eating experiences in the city’s burgeoning culinary scene. Warsaw’s Nocny Market (Night Market) brings together some of the city’s most popular bars, restaurants and street food vendors in one spot: a disused train station (Warszawa Główna) right in the centre of downtown Warsaw. For something a little more upmarket, the huge selection of apartments dotted throughout the city are possibly the best option, although excellent hotels can be found around the Old Town and Royal Route.

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