Travel Preparation: Summer ’16 in Italy

Who does not know how beautiful Italy can be, should look at Pinterest, We Heart it or Tumblr. This country is a famous destination for them travellers who want to eat a lot of pasta, gelato ice cream and at the same time enjoying the good romantic vibe Italy has to offer.

This blog post is about the preparation for my next holiday trip to Italy with some useful handy tips you might use for your vacation too.

First of all, it is useful to make a schedule where and when to go, and I use excel to do that. It is always nice when you have your own schedule on hand because it saves you and your travel partner(s) time to discuss such things as Where do we go today, What’s the plan for today.. believe me it saves you a lot of time and a lot of uneasy discussions.

Second, if you travel by car or hire a car to go to places around, you might have trouble find some cheap parking lots. I recommend http://en.parkopedia.nl/ for having large and updated parking lots or parking places. The site serves you a nice order of nearness and prices depending on your given spot.

Last but not least, Have a beautiful mind of curiousness and positive vibe especially for those who will be travelling to tropical countries or to warm countries like me to Italy.
Because I know it’s getting hot there and no one, especially on holidays, want to see you having your madness spread out.

Post-Ramadan​ Item

I feel like that  although Ramadan is already over I need to post a Post-Ramadan Item, just  complete the Ramadan series for you guys for this year.

As you might already know or might not know the Islamic Calendar is based on the change of the position of our moon or called the motion of our moon .
It has also 12 months named as the following:

1. Muharram 7. Rajab
2. Safar 8. Sha’ban
3. Rabi’ al-awwal (Rabi’ I) 9. Ramadan
4. Rabi’ al-thani (Rabi’ II) 10. Shawwal
5. Jumada al-awwal (Jumada I) 11. Dhu al-Qi’dah
6. Jumada al-thani (Jumada II) 12. Dhu al-Hijjah

As you can see we now already enter the 10th month which in Shawwal. Actually, a nice note is that each month starts by seeing the new moon by a human observer eye.

The new moon may be calculated very precisely. Nevertheless, the actual visibility of the crescent is much more difficult to predict. It depends on factors such as weather, the optical properties of the atmosphere, and the location of the observer. It is therefore very difficult to give accurate information in advance about when a new month will start.