Across 36 countries on 6 continents, witness real life drama as travel writers Robin Esrock Julia Dimon battle deadlines, jet lag, danger, and their own emotional limits to find the next ... See full summary »
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Julia Dimon Julia Dimon ...  Self - Host 40 episodes, 2008-2010
Robin Esrock Robin Esrock ...  Self - Host 40 episodes, 2008-2010
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Across 36 countries on 6 continents, witness real life drama as travel writers Robin Esrock Julia Dimon battle deadlines, jet lag, danger, and their own emotional limits to find the next great story. Word Travels reveals the unseen truth of professional travel journalism - where nothing can stand in the way of next week's story. Written by Anonymous

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Robin and Julia first met in Koycegiz, Turkey, while writing "round the world" columns for the Vancouver Sun and Toronto Star respectively. See more »

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Ok, but..
27 May 2020 | by PedroPires90See all my reviews

It's a watchable show, but the presenters are very condescending and a bit arrogant sometimes, especially Julie, who always seems to think too much about herself. We can watch some interesting experiences but the tentative to be "so different" makes some episodes totally boring, with experiences that don't connect that much with a specific place (some things, you can basically do in any part of the world).

A positive point is that they don't care if they are shocking and sometimes they show things that are not politically correct to show in a tv show. However, their attitude against tourists and touristy points is annoying. I know that this is very common among travel writers and the so-called "travellers", but they should remember that without tourists and touristy sights, nobody would care about them or their magazines. There are good tourists and bad tourist. There are good travellers and bad travellers. Unfortunately, travellers don't seem to think this way and they always think they are superior human beings.


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