Our Travels: Gili Islands, Indonesia

It’s no secret that the writers and editors at World Words love to travel. At any given time, many of us are trotting around the globe, gathering inspiration for new stories and advice for fellow travellers. Ask us a travel question, and it’s likely one of us can answer it from authentic experience. Just take a look at the Our Travels blog archive for a taste of our team’s vast, on-the-ground experience, from exploring the Buddhist temples of Luang Prabang to hiking the mountain landscapes of Andorra to chilling out on the golden beaches of Mallorca – among others.

This month, it’s the turn of World Words travel writer Nicole to share a recent adventure. Escaping to Indonesia’s Gili Islands, she discovers it can be hard to relax with a book when there is so much fun to be had in paradise…

Nicole cycling through a restaurant strip along the coast of Trawangan (Gili T). She really likes cycling.

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More of Our Student Language Travel Itineraries for Educational Journeys

As anybody who read our previous portfolio blog will know, we were approached in 2019 by the learning-focused travel agency Educational Journeys to write a series of travel itineraries for Australian high school students. The itineraries would vary in educational subject, from languages to history, but each of them would require inspiring travel content that would appeal not only to grades-focused teachers and parents but also to fun-loving students.

Naturally, we accepted the challenge (the trickier, the better) and, as of mid-2020, we have completed dozens of itineraries for Educational Journeys. You can see three previous ones here. As such, we thought we would share a few more of our recent efforts. Scroll down to read extracts from itineraries to Indonesia, Vietnam and France…

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