Safir Dana Beach Resort Ajman
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... stop. How on earth do they all make money.....there are so many shops/jewellers. There are also touts selling fake bags, perfumes, watches and clothing. The spice souk was small but interesting and the smells emanating were heady. Along the way we also saw a couple of mosques but we weren't allowed inside :( Construction is everywhere and we saw a few bus loads of workers being transported to their work sites. I remembered that documentary I saw ...
... our sun loungers for a few hours of swim, lay, repeat. We decided that we should probably venture outside of the resort and see some sights - as last time we were here 2 years ago we didn't leave once. So we headed inside to check the shuttle bus timetable. There was a shuttle departing at 4pm - about an hour away. We decided to kill some time in the Sultans Lounge al fresco seating in the heat. I had a iced coffee and Pete had a Turkish ...
... back on. Even with the aid of the map we had missed the exit again, this time taking one that led us to quieter non highway road, making timing a bit easier. Finally we were on the road that leadsus onto the Palm. Have to say, not looking forward to the drive back, let alone having to find a petrol station. Pulled up to the hotel, Zabeel Saray. Checked in, luckily our room was ready at 10am. Changed and straight to the pool. It was ...
... as some, but I have never been to a city where the buildings are so diverse in design, so freakin' tall and so beautiful. With the help of another relative :-), we caught tram and train, then walked the 1.5 km, undercover, air conditioned walkway, to the Dubai mall. And next door is the Burj Kalifa, the tallest building in Dubai. I don't have the stats on hand (look it up on Google) but it meets all of the previously mentioned criteria.....and then some. The mall is like any other ...
Our charter flight on Abyssinian Air proceeds smoothly, and we land in Addis at the domestic terminal, and prepare to walk the 1/2 mile to the international terminal. Thankfully, two representatives from Red Jackal tours (who met us when we landed in Addis) greet us as we enter the parking lot (we dismiss them at first, since there are so many people accosting us with offers of taxi rides). It ...
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