Safir Dana Beach Resort Ajman
Travel Blogs from Ajman
... lunch, off we went to the Montgomery Golf Club, omg very, very exclusive and very impressive. We were shown to tables outside overlooking the 18th green, mmmm my brother would love this! We ordered our food but while we were waiting a man got up from his table and sat arms length from Steve and lit a cigarette!! Very strange I thought, but not nice, Steve turned to the man very slowly and told him to move.....now...and he did! It was getting really warm so we made our way back ...
... be rich, posh and a little stuck up. I got a lot of weird looks for my baby wrap with moses and the only people who seemed to be helpful or chatty were fellow tourists. Feeling quite out of place we downed our drinks and began to head back to the station. Finally on the train we relaxed and ollie, Hudson and moses fell asleep (and even Glenn for a little bit) as we cruised through the city. A quick change of trains (and a long walk) later we finally found ourselves ...
... that again!!!
Anyway after a long 15 weeks in Saudi Arabia i found myself driving up the hwy at 0500 in the morning towards the Dammam airport at 140kms per hour in the slow lane. The airport is possibly the most boring in the world and it takes ages to get through security, there was 2x customs officials a lane for non-saudi's and a lane for saudi's the problem is that the saudi's always get through first so you can be waiting in ...
... was a packed flight. The empty seat was soon taken by a lady who changed seats destroying any chance to stretch out. The flight was fairly well uneventful except for a foul-mouthed Aussie bloke who decided to start a dispute with another passenger four seats away. By the sound of it they knew each other. The aggressor wanted a beer as soon as he stepped on the plane, therein lies the problem. The hosties kept a close eye on ...
... you walk around a check out the different views before going back down. They didn’t have a glass floor though, since nothing hangs out over the side.After leaving, we went outside to watch the fountain show in the man made lake that they built around the area. It was pretty cool. Similar to the Bellagio hotel in Vegas.We also managed to find a Tim Horton’s at the mall too! Apparently, they’re pretty popular over here.So, after that was all done ...
Other places to stay in Ajman
Sheikh Humaid Bin Rashid Al Nuaimi Street, Ajman | 5 star hotelfrom $134
- Absolutely fabulous
- Great view
Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Road, Ajman | 4 star hotelfrom $57
Corniche Road, Ajman | 4 star hotelfrom $53
Corniche Road beginning PO Box 874, Ajman | 3 star hotelfrom $66
Al Sawan Road, Next To Nissan Showroom, Ajman | Hotelfrom $136
Corniche Road, Ajman | Hotelfrom $59
Behind Royal Palace Furniture Showroom, Ajman | Hotelfrom $67
Cornish Rd, Ajman | Hotelfrom $52
Al Hamidiyah street, PO Box: 22252, Ajman | Hotelfrom $87