Many of his Gloucester team mates, with the notable exception of those selected for summer tours, will have already started their summer breaks, have already started their time off but Burns is keenly anticipating a return to Argentina.
"I remember with the Under 18s we played them in a Test match at the end of our tour there.
"They are a very proud nation. The senior side is making waves and the junior boys will be the same. It will be a massive test in front of their home crowd.
"I'm looking forward to it. I think it's winter over there at the moment but I went two years ago with the Under 18s at a similar time.
"The weather's nice and there will be nice firm pitches, ideal for the style of rugby we play. We just have to stay focused on doing our job on the pitch."
However, before setting off, the England U20s face a warm up game against Loughborough University, their first competitive action since this spring's Six Nations campaign and the fly half, who turned 20 last week, knows that it's important to lay down a marker.
"You get judged by what happens on a matchday.
"Until I get that first opportunity against Loughborough to start putting the record straight I will keep training hard and try and get in the team."
|The Gloucester contingent at training last week|
|(c) Martin Bennett, Gloucester Rugby|
The Six Nations was a bittersweet affair for Burns and England as they started in style with a comfortable win over Wales at Kingsholm before coming unstuck against Ireland at the same venue.
Many of the England squad were recalled by their clubs during the course of the campaign meaning that Mark Mapletoft was unable to select from a consistent pool of players.
"Consistency is a big thing," said Burns.
"We've got boys who didn't play in the Six Nations and boys like Jonny May who have gone away and got some first team experience with Gloucester.
"He is probably twice the player he was back then. I would add myself to that list as well. I've learnt a lot since getting dropped and going back to Gloucester so I want to take that into the World Cup.
"We're focused on going to Argentina and winning the World Cup."
IRB Junior World Championship schedule: June 5: England v Argentina (Rosario 12pm BST), June 9: England v Ireland (Rosario 10am), June 13: England v France (Rosario 10am).