Top 10 travel blogs

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Whether you're planning a holiday of your own or just want to enjoy a bit of vicarious exploration, the Web's many travelogues are the place to go. See the world from the comfort of your desktop with these informative and entertaining sites, recommended by the readers of PC World's sister magazine in the UK, PC Advisor, and compiled by David Price.

Man Meets World

Recommended by: MAT

Scott Woz has been travelling for more than three years and shows no sign of stopping either the journey or the blog.

"The sheer volume of this blog is amazing, and he never loses his enthusiasm," writes MAT. "If you're interested in life in New Zealand and Australia you'll love the mixture of everyday detail and stunning photography."

Man Meets World



Recommended by: David A

As you might suspect, this is a blog about Thailand by a man named Steve. "This isn't the usual superficial tourist stuff," writes David A. "A lot of the posts are about meditation and spiritual discovery, but it's written with humour and self-deprecation.

"And the photos are great." ThailandSteve


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