Honeymoon Series ❤
Its Summer time, and ALL of us are defintily in the mood for…
traveling! What I decided to do for you ladies is to put together a
blog series of my Honeymoon around Europe! I know…I know…”oh my
godness! Really?!” Yeah, REALLY. After our wedding we had a good three
months break, overcoming all the wedding madness and then having
Ramadan literally a week after. We (lets be real, me) decided on which locations to visit, cafes, restaurants, famous sight areas, safety cautions, weather conditions, you name it!
I am very OCD when it comes to planning, I like to be very organized
and do my research way ahead of time so that way no problems occur
(even if they do) I can handle it.
Our Honeymoon consisted of 4 beautiful European countries, in
which we both have never been to (except London) Germany, Greece, Rome
and London. What we decided to do is “country hop” which consisted of 2 days in
each location (arriving in the early AM, having that entire day plus
the next then leaving early in the AM to the next location vice
versa). A little more adventuours for us since we had a good break after our wedding.
Just some quick tips on what I personally did and found very useful to traveling to a new country. Please do your FULL research on the following:
Weather related outfits
Famous sight-seeing locations
Timings of each location
Itinerary guide for each location
Special cultural foods
Here are some quick tips on what to pack, my husband was making fun of me and mentioning how “we’re not going to the end of the world, I’m sure such and such will be there”. I definitely did not listen, and I’m glad I did not because it all came in handy :-). Note to all husbands- we always got this.
Camera, chargers, and portable chargers (it’ll make your life so much easier)
Your basic hygiene essentials
Your basic makeup materials.
Medicines, ALL kind you need just incase of an emergency.
Sun screen, sun screen and sun screen!
Comfortable shoes, I cannot express how important that is because I made a mistake there 😦
Plan each outfit (and TRUST ME on this one) depending on the weather. Especially if you’re traveling to VERY hot countries, please pack breathable fabrics, try not to under layer.
Travel as LIGHT as you can, we had one suitcase and 2 backpacks. It was the BEST decision we made. Less hassle at the airport, and quickly getting through security.
Passport holder-this was the most convenient decision ever. Everything was placed organized in one pocket, that way we did not have to panic losing anything important.
Download a currency app
I really hope this helps all of you in planning a good trip with any loved one or even
just by yourself! I personally went through SO MUCH research, and I
appreciate those who had listed so much great information about each
country which led me to my own personal experiences. Especially as a Hijabi, I was very worried about how things would go, so I thought to myself I should do this to make it easier as all this information is coming from a Hijabi to all you Hijabis (and non-Hijabis). With that said, let’s begin!