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Plitvice Lakes National Park

The Balkans: Road Trip to Croatia, Montenegro, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Slovenia

The Balkans is a region in Southeast Europe with various geopolitical and historical meanings, especially since the military conflicts of the 1990s in Yugoslavia. Currently all of the states are republics, but until World War II all countries were monarchies. The Balkan Peninsula is bounded by the Adriatic Sea to the west, the Mediterranean Sea and the Marmara Sea to...

Lara at the Arctic Circle in Rovaniemi, Lapland, Finland

Suomi Finland: Helsinki, Santa Claus, Rovaniemi, Levi, Arctic Circle, Aurora Borealis, Winter Wonderland Lapland

Finland is the Land of a Thousand Lakes and actually the exact number is 187,888 lakes. However, it is also a land of thousands of forests with over 70% of Finland made of beautiful forest. But Finland has also the largest archipelago in the world with over 70,000 islands and on 20,000 of them there is some kind of accommodation. Finland is also the home of the real...

Family photo in Santorini by night. Lara is the world's youngest travel blogger.

Greece: Crete Island with Iraklion, Chania, Balos, and Elafonissi. Santorini Island. Athens and the Acropolis.

Greece is a beautiful, picturesque, authentic, and totally photogenic country. Greece is comprised of a mainland and more than 6,000 islands and islets. The culture of Greece has evolved over thousands of years and many There is a lot to see and experience in Greece. This time we visited the Greek Islands of Crete and Santorini and the Capital Athens. Two things we...

Going to Can-Umantad. Lara is the youngest travel blogger in the wotld.

My second time in the Philippines: Manila, Bohol, Tagbilaran, Candijay, Can-Umantad Falls, Guindulman

I am half Italian and half Filipina. This was my second time in the Philippines in just one year. As usual, we visited the capital, Manila which, is one of the most populous cities in the world. We also went to the Island of Bohol. We had a very relaxing time with Lolo and Lola in their new home, we had great food, and we enjoyed the wonderful white sand beaches.

Happy Lara and Mom in Wellington. Lara is the world's youngest travel blogger.

New Zealand: The North Island from Auckland to Wellington, from Rotorua to Waiotapu

The North Island of New Zealand has volcanic activities, national parks, and cosmopolitan cities. In fact, about three-quarters of New Zealand’s population live in the North Island. Auckland is the largest city and it is know as the “the City of Sails”, surrounded by islands and beautiful bays. The capital is Wellington, at the southern tip of the Island. Because of...

Lara and our safari driver. The world's youngest travel blogger.

Dubai, a city of profound traditions and ambitious futuristic vision. Dubai Mall, Burj Khalifa, Desert Safari

Dubai in the United Arab Emirates was our stop on our journey to the Philippines. With its 830m the Burj Khalifa tower dominates the skyscraper-filled skyline. It is a traditional and futuristic city at the same time. On an artificial island is Atlantis, The Palm, a resort with water and marine parks. We went on a desert safari. Dubai is a place with so many...

The Island of Boracay, Philippines

My first time in the Philippines: Manila, Bohol, Boracay, Oslob, Dumaguete

I am half Italian and half Filipina. This was my very first time in the Philippines, a country comprising more than 7,000 islands. Its capital, Manila, is one of the most populous cities in the world. My mom comes from the Island of Bohol. On my first trip, I also visited some other beautiful places like Boracay with its amazing white sand beaches, Oslob where huge...