Mother Nature Rules

Laura Comin


Lago di Braies, Kailua-Kona, Hakalau, Punta Meliso, San Vitale

  • Lago di Braies, Italy

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      Braies Lake is perfect in every season. In the winter the lake is frozen and you can literally walk on it to get to the other side. In spring and fall there's snow but at the same time there are a lot of different colors. and in summer is still very chill, but you can swim in the lake, rent a boat, hike around the lake or just nap under the sun. But remember to ALWAYS wear sunscreen, I got a very bad sunburn.

  • Kailua-Kona, United States

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      Driving around the Big Island we stopped along the coast of Kailua-Kona. The coast is made of lava rocks and it's fascinating but also dangerous, so you have to be careful. The water is so clear and there are always huge waves. Not the perfect spot to surf because of the big amount of rocks, but definitely worth the view.

  • Hakalau, United States

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      Walking around Hakalau we found this gorgeous waterfall. I think we've been there just admiring it for 30 minutes or more haha

  • Punta Meliso in Santa Maria di Leuca, Italy

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      It's the most southern point in Italy. This is the place where the Adriatic Sea and the Ionian Sea meet. You can't see a defined line where they meet but there are a lot of waves and it's the perfect place to surf.

  • San Vitale, Italy

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      San Vitale is a very small mountain village. From here you can walk up a small street, walk next to a Farmhouse, and then you can hike up a small but steep hill. From there you can see the mountains all around, Verona and also the Lake Garda. My family has a house in the Village next to San Vitale, and we love to hike up there, and chill in front of the breath taking view.