Safir Dana Beach Resort Ajman
Travel Blogs from Ajman
... what had happened the next morning that it turned to relief. Pays to have slightly scatty friends sometimes, though when we went to visit them in a Dubai prison it was a huge wake up call! Also compared notes on bringing up kids after death of a parent ( not your usual gin fuelled late night chat but really good to share). Looking forward now to the kids catching up properly on ...
... Iraq, Turkey, the Caspian sea then Czechoslovakia, Germany and over to London. We could see land every now and then.
Couldn't get over Dubai though - all desert and sand, then suddenly a city. You could see in places where the sand has blown over a road, and even started to engulf a couple of buildings so must be a very harsh place to live.
We arrived early in Heathrow, which was great as it took sooooo long to ...
... which means height in Greek) actually contains a collection of buildings and people (me included) get confused between the Parthenon and Acropolis. Of course it was fantastic, breathtaking and totally awesome especially when you consider the Parthenon was built for Athena. We took a slow walk back and stopped for souvlaki on the way back to studios. Picked up by taxi and taken to airport where we boarded our plane for Dubai. ...
... we have a dunes tour and dinner planned.Some early impressions/thoughts of Dubai;Feels rather sterile and uncultured. Like a construction zone. Dusty and sandy, not much green.Architecture is impressive. The city smacks of wealth and high quality.Men seem to greatly outnumber women, especially on trains and employment.The dress code for women dosnt really apply, heaps of tourist women well ...
... as well to enjoy with the view (I had the corner table closest to the Burj) and enjoyed working my way through an entire basket of bread without having to share. The pizza was delicious when I came, and I ate slowly and deliberately. I enjoyed every bite, I savored every sip, and when it was all done, I went for a stroll down the beach. I walked just above the surf until the hotel was looming above me. There was a small spit of sand that went out towards it and I walked to the ...
Other places to stay in Ajman
Sheikh Humaid Bin Rashid Al Nuaimi Street, Ajman | 5 star hotelfrom $177
- Absolutely fabulous
- Great view
Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Road, Ajman | 4 star hotelfrom $65
Corniche Road, Ajman | 4 star hotelfrom $49
Corniche Road beginning PO Box 874, Ajman | 3 star hotelfrom $61
Al Sawan Road, Next To Nissan Showroom, Ajman | Hotelfrom $136
Behind Royal Palace Furniture Showroom, Ajman | Hotelfrom $67
Corniche Road, Ajman | Hotelfrom $51
Cornish Rd, Ajman | Hotelfrom $51
Al Hamidiyah street, PO Box: 22252, Ajman | Hotelfrom $92