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Whitney Brown

Whitney Brown
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Whitney Brown is a recent journalism graduate and travel writer based in Utah. She has lived in France and Ireland, and she's always planning her next big adventure. In addition to her passion for travel, Whitney loves archaeology, photography and floral design.

An Alternative Shopping Guide to Toronto

In a city as dynamic as Toronto, it’s easy for travelers to fill their days (and their suitcases) by wandering in and out of shops and making a few purchases as they go. On...

A Guide to Toronto’s International Food Scene

Toronto is one of the world’s most culturally diverse cities — and if you don’t believe us, just take a look at the city’s culinary scene. In restaurants, cafés, markets, and grocery stores scattered...
Sunrise near Los Cuernos

Exploring Patagonia with Photographer Kyle Miller

Photographer Kyle Miller is no stranger to adventure. In the past few years, he’s traveled all over the world, but his recent journey to Patagonia just might have been his favorite travel experience yet....
The skyline in Paris, where some people experience Paris Syndrome.

Paris Syndrome: Keeping Your Expectations in Check While Traveling

“There is but one Paris, and however hard living may be here, and if it became worse and harder even — the French air clears up the brain and does good — a world...
An unusual angle of Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

Unexpected Destinations for Every Month of the Year

We could probably guess at least a few of the items on your travel bucket list. There’s a good chance that it includes some of the world’s most popular cultural events and destinations, like...
The Northern Lights in Norway, which always ranks high on the World Happiness Report.

What Happiness Means in Countries Around the World

All around the world, billions of people are just trying to live healthy and fulfilling lives — but it’s easier to be happy in some countries than in others. At least, that’s what the...
A man weaving textiles at a loom.

Threads Around the World: Talking Textiles With Deb Brandon

“As I weave a textile, every so often pausing to gaze at the emerging patterns, I feel as if I am breathing life into it, and when I free it from the loom, I...

Why Feminism Matters in the Travel Space

After seeing the same stereotypical photographs of female travelers circulating across social media platforms, photographer Alina Rudya vowed to set the record straight. Though Alina doesn’t hold anything against women who post the clichéd...
A field of wildflowers during Golden Hour

Taking Climate Action vs. Feeling Climate Anxiety

There’s no way around it: learning about climate change is draining. It’s frustrating. And it’s frightening. I’ve thought about it a lot lately, and it’s been eye-opening, but it hasn’t exactly benefited my mental health....

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