A Milan Fashionista or a Sydney Foodie? Our Blog Posts for Kingsbridge Travel

At World Words, we are regularly asked to write blog content by new clients. They come to us for one big reason – we know what we are talking about. Whatever the topic, whatever the destination and whatever the angle, we have the real travel experience and content writing expertise to help. Whether they are looking for a blog about scuba diving in Galapagos, an in-depth tour of ancient Egyptian sights in Alexandra or a gastronome’s guide to Florence, we are able to write it. We’d go so far as to say that no other content agency can match the extensive first-hand travel experience of our team. (If you’re in any doubt, just take a look at this blog’s Our Travels series).

Last year, we were contacted by the US-based travel agency Kingsbridge Travel in relation to their company blog. They were looking for a series of blog posts on destinations all over the world, from the hiking trails of Northern Italy to the Aboriginal culture of sunny Sydney. So that’s what we have been doing. We have written half a dozen blog posts for them to date (with more to follow), and you’ll find snippets from just a few of our favourites below…

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A Flying Safari over Nambia or an Easter Island Cruise? Our Web Copy for Pantiel

At World Words, we regularly create website copy for a number of large multinational travel brands, from Expedia to TravelSupermarket. But we are also proud to offer our professional web copywriting services to a number of smaller, independent companies, from hotel booking agents to travel agencies, PR companies to travel bloggers.

During the summer, we were approached by the private luxury travel agency Pantiel for a new web copy project, and we were delighted to help. They were looking for a series of sample journeys to add to their website – while their trips are painstakingly tailored to their customers, they wanted some example trips to show what’s possible.

Over the course of the summer, we wrote more than 35 sample journeys – and we thought we’d share a few of them here. From a Dubai shopping trip to an Arctic adventure, here are snippets from six of our favourite trips…

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Our Travels: County Kerry, Ireland

If you have been following the Our Travels series on this here blog, you will have noticed that the writers at World Words tend to get around a bit. From Corsica to Guatemala, Oman to Japan, our team members regularly jet off far and wide, sharing their experiences through their post-trip write-ups. But not all of our writers’ travels are far-flung adventures; we love exploring what’s on our doorstep just as much as what’s on the other side of the world.

On a recent trip back to her home city of Dublin, our senior content editor Mandy decided to take a few days out of her holiday to explore one of the most scenic parts of the country: County Kerry. Scroll down to read her story…

Mandy on the deserted Derrynane Beach

Mandy on the deserted Derrynane Beach on the Ring of Kerry

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Our Best Summer Travel Content – Part 2

A couple of weeks ago, we published a post about World Words’ best summer travel content. And while we were trawling through the archives in search of summer-themed blogs, articles and guides, we ended up finding a lot more than we bargained for – too much to squeeze into one post, in fact. So naturally, we decided to write two.

This time around, we’ve got even more summer beach break ideas, including a guide to the idyllic Greek island of Crete, an article about yoga retreats (including seafront options in Goa, Nicaragua and Bali), and a press release for a dreamy beach resort in the Maldives. If you rate fresh air, mountain hikes and biking more than beachside bliss, then you can drool over Adler Mountain Lodge in the Dolomites instead… or if it’s a city break you’re craving, we’d suggest reading our guide to Sydney. Sure, it is winter over there, but winters in Sydney aren’t exactly harsh. And anyway, it’s the perfect season for exploring: the mild temperatures are ideal for walking, the accommodation prices and crowds are lower, and you might even witness whales making their annual migration to the Coral Sea.

All of this great summer-themed travel content is waiting for you below, so scroll on down to start reading…

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