From Rolls Royce to $1 billion mosques, it was a feast for the senses.
One of the most exhilarating things about staying in this area is that you can travel to many small towns within an hour or so, each with their own rich history, culture and charm. Today we headed out to explore two of them.
On our last night in Corsica, we arranged to have dinner with Olivier, and Julian mysteriously mentioned that there was a surprise coming after dinner and that I would love it. I honestly couldn’t imagine what it could be, but sure enough, after dinner, we drove about 20 miles north, and it wasn’t until we walked up the steps of a church and I saw the poster...
In the cool of the airplane, we enjoyed the hour and a half flight, and when we got out of the plane in Valencia, the air felt downright balmy - even though it was in the upper 80’s! That’s what contrast will do for you! After a very easy transition from the plane to taxi thanks to the aviation handling services of Gestair, we arrived at the Caro Hotel in the old area of the city.
After the best of buffet breakfasts at the Four Seasons in Casablanca, (a perfect blend of Moroccan and Western goodies), Julian P. and the Jetex team took care of us again, picking us up at the hotel, feeding us sweets (again!) and providing yet another cup of that delicious tea...and then a ridiculously beautiful selection of French pastries, presented by Julian P. as we left.
Sharing our journey online has not only given us a chance to invite friends and family to travel with us, but it has already led to some delightful encounters abroad. Cátia Ruivo is the founder of the Portuguese website, Honda News Spot. This is a blog that brings all things of interest about the Honda brand to a Portuguese speaking audience.