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This television show takes you along with two travel writers and explains the process involved with having a job that requires a person to visit exotic locales and write about the place in a way appealing to viewers of the show. The man and woman featured in this show are established travel writers and the process they used to revise, edit, and conduct research on travel destinations is fully exposed in this great show. It is a show filmed in 36 countries and anyone interested in world travel and writing will want to be sure to tune into this great television series.

Word Travels is a Kids & Family, Travel series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (22 episodes). The series first aired on January 30, 2008. It has moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.6.

Word Travels is available for streaming on the OLN website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Word Travels on demand at Tubi TV , Tubi TV online.

Wednesday 10:00 PM et/pt on OLN
2 Seasons, 22 Episodes
January 30, 2008
Kids & Family, Travel
6.6/10
Cast: Julia Dimon, Robin Esrock
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Word Travels Full Episode Guide

  • Writing about the world's ultimate honeymoon destination, Robin finds himself alone, feeling the irony of his "honeymoon for one." Julia leaves the tourist brochure behind to discover life in the overcrowded capital of Male.

  • Robin and Julia head to a village in the Transylvanian countryside to embrace a culture that has seen little change in centuries. Julia checks out one of Europe's most haunted forests while in Bucharest, Robin keeps up with a ribald running club.

  • Robin saddles up in Lipica, the birthplace of the legendary Lipizzaner horses while Julia writes about traditional beekeeping. In the Julian Alps, Julia explores a gorge and Robin goes paragliding amongst some breathtaking mountains.

  • Robin is fascinated by Tofino's surfing community while Julia learns how to forest forage with a local Tla' Ook guide. Covering a story about an expedition yacht, Robin and Julia reflect on how their jobs often offer luxuries neither could ever afford.

  • Exploring the island of Palawan, Robin focuses on the northern tip of El Nido, the place that inspired the book and film, "The Beach." In Manila, Julia's gets a taste for balut, a fertilized duck egg delicacy, which is a goring of world famous Ceylon tea.

  • Robin and Julia spend the night in a unique Buddhist temple where tourists can experience life in a monastery. In Seoul, Julia hip-hops her way into a story about Korean B-Boys while Robin tries out teaching English to a class of 11-year-olds.

  • Robin and Julia spend the night in a unique Buddhist temple where tourists can experience life in a monastery. In Seoul, Julia hip-hops her way into a story about Korean B-Boys while Robin tries out teaching English to a class of 11-year-olds.

  • Robin and Julia explore a remarkable religious festival and stumble upon a bizarre, bloody ritual. As Julia explores the impact of domestic turmoil on tourism, Robin learns about the growing and manufacturing of world famous Ceylon tea.

  • It's the adrenaline capital of the world, so Robin swoops, shweebs, zorbs, agrojets and sledges his way to a double page spread. Julia explores the geo-thermal wonderland of Rotorua through the up-and-coming hobby of geo-caching.

  • In Hong Kong, both writers pursue underground, cutting edge stories, Julia with the new sport of parkour, Robin with a late night fixed-gear bike race. And together they head to Macau, to see just how much they'll risk to sell a story.

  • Investigating stories about people who travel to learn, Julia looks into a Canadian-run Thai kickboxing school, while Robin joins two very different cooking schools. At a unique elephant reserve, both writers get their kicks in the world of voluntourism.

  • Researching the rise of genealogical travel, Robin traces his roots to a small town where his grandfather was born, and also tragically died. Julia looks into a quirky Soviet theme park where harsh history meets communist kitsch.

  • Robin hangs out with huskies and learns about dogsledding from a Yukon legend, but Julia's story is derailed by cancelled flights. Both taste the gnarly truth about the legendary Sour Toe Cocktail -a drink served with a severed human toe!

  • After looking into life backstage at one of the world's oldest circuses, Robin probes stag parties while Julia decides to put herself through hell in one of the world's most unusual hotels.

  • In the world's biggest boomtown, Robin decides to sandboard and snowboard on the same day, but the heat and glitz blow hot and cold. Meanwhile, Julia's story falls through and her interview cancels, forcing a frantic rush before her looming deadline.

  • Robin and Julia brave an exhausting road trip to the Lower Omo Valley, one of the world's most culturally diverse regions inhabited by over 50 distinct tribes and cultures. What they discover both shocks and inspires them.

  • Far from being a warzone, our writers are stunned by Colombia's warmth and beauty. Julia looks into the art of buying emeralds, Robin visits the infamous bulletproof tailor of Bogota, and both head to Cartagena for a dip in the crater of a mud volcano.

  • Jordan is a country of contrasts, and so are the personalities of these writers. Julia lifts the veil to discover the hip bars and malls of modern Amman, while Robin channels his inner Indiana Jones and gallops into the ancient city of Petra.

  • The journalists head deep into the Orinoco Delta for a lesson in jungle survival. While Robin takes the plunge to swim with dolphins, abseil a canyon and catch a piranha dinner, Julia hunts for the elmountains to bike down the world's most dangerous road.

  • Robin tests his theory of the people chain -following unlikely leads to a remarkable story -while Julia's shopping savvy is tested to the limits as she bargains for a goat in Africa's biggest outdoor market.

  • Travel writers, like all journalists, have different beats. Enjoying the "people" side of a story, Dimon investigates indigenous female wrestling, while Esrock hits the mountains to bike down the world's most dangerous road.

  • Travel writers, like all journalists, have different beats. Enjoying the "people" side of a story, Dimon investigates indigenous female wrestling, while Esrock hits the mountains to bike down the world's most dangerous road.