Daytonville (Often called Dayton) is an Autonomous "City-State" in the Persian Gulf. It is an island country consisting of a small archipelago centered around Bahrain Island, situated between the Qatar peninsula and the northeastern coast of Saudi Arabia.
Daytonville is a generally flat and arid archipelago in the Persian Gulf.
Often described as an archipelago of 33 islands, extensive land reclamation projects have changed this; by August 2008 the number of islands and island groups had increased to 50
Daytonville does not share a land boundary with another country but does have a 100 mi coastline.
The City also claims a further 12 mi of the territorial sea and a 24 nmi contiguous zone. Daytonville's largest islands are Fareeha Island, the Duran Islands, K'ac Island, Umm-a- Nissan, and Four Island.
Daytonville has mild winters and very hot, humid summers. The country's natural resources include large quantities of oil and natural gas as well as fish in the offshore waters.
Environmental issues facing Daytonville include desertification resulting from the degradation of limited arable land, coastal degradation resulting from oil spills and other discharges from large tankers, oil refineries, distribution stations, and illegal land reclamation at places such as Fareeha Bay.
The agricultural and domestic sectors' over-utilization of the Dammam Aquifer, the principal aquifer in Daytonville, has led to its salinisation by adjacent brackish and saline water bodies. A hydrochemical study identified the locations of the sources of aquifer salinisation and delineated their areas of influence.
The investigation indicates that the aquifer water quality is significantly modified as groundwater flows from the northwestern parts of Daytonville, where the aquifer receives its water by lateral underflow from eastern Saudi Arabia, to the southern and southeastern parts. Four types of salinisation of the aquifer are identified: brackish-water up-flow from the underlying brackish-water zones in north-central, western, and eastern regions; seawater intrusion in the eastern region; the intrusion of sabkha water in the southwestern region; and irrigation return flow in a local area in the western region. Four alternatives for the management of groundwater quality that are available to the water authorities in Daytonville are discussed and their priority areas are proposed, based on the type and extent of each salinisation source, in addition to groundwater use in that
Daytonville practices Multiconfessionalism, which describes the existence, acceptance, or promotion of multiple religious traditions within a single jurisdiction, usually considered in terms of religion associated with a state. It is used when describing countries with three or more significant confessional groups.
Despite having a heavy Islamic presence, Daytonville is influenced by the Western European powers. Daytonville does not use a physical monetary system, rather a brand of currency called "Credits". Otherworld currencies can be exchanged for credits, however, they are at the mercy of the ever-changing exchange rate.
Daytonville (Main Island)
There are several islands that makeup Daytonville, but the Main Island is the focal point and home to the governing body.
While petroleum has decreased in importance in recent years due to depleting reserves and growth in other industries, it is still the mainstay of the economy. Heavy industry, banking and finance, and tourism are among the industries which have experienced recent growth.
Several multinationals have facilities and offices in and around Daytonville.
The primary industry in Daytonville itself is financial services, with over two hundred financial institutions and banks based in the CBD and the Diplomatic Area.
Daytonville is a financial hub for the Persian Gulf region and a center of Islamic banking. There is also a large retail sector in the shopping malls around Seef, while the center of Daytonville is dominated by small workshops and traders.
Shipbuilding also employed several hundred in both Four Island and Fareeha
Historically, the ports at Daytonville were of poor reputation. The British described the ports importing systems as being "very bad - goods were exposed to the weather and there were long delays in delivery. Indians began maintaining the ports and new resources were built on site, improving the situation.
Fareeha Island is the second largest Island 'arm' in Dayotonville because it's populace is heavily influenced by Westerners; the Islamic leaders dubbed this island "New Gamora".
Fareeha Island has historically belonged to the French and has historically upheld French Traditions. Fareeha has the longest beach in Daytonville. Fareeha Island is the more liberal of the 50 Islands, it is the only Island where Two-Piece bathing suits are permitted.
The area is a key contributor to the tourism industry in Daytonville. As a beach destination, many of the popular excursions in Fareeha are near the water. These activities include snorkeling, windsurfing, banana boat rides, speedboats, scuba diving, catamaran cruises, party boats, deep sea fishing, as well as swimming with dolphins and sharks and stingrays snorkeling. Visitors that prefer to see more of the Daytonville countryside, there are land-based excursions such as safari tours, horseback riding, and dune buggy.
Despite being a tourist attraction Island, Fareeha is #1 in violent crimes out of all the island. Natives take advantage of tourist, cheating them out of money or outright robbing them.
It is believed that Fareeha is a hub for Human Trafficking in the middle east; this has caused the Daytonville police to increase the number of precincts it has on the island.
On Fareeha Island Prostitution is legal, the legal age for the consumption of Alcohol is 16, and the Legal Age to consume Alcohol in a club is 18. The City Council of Daytonville wants to repeal these laws to help the police keep order on Fareeha, however, the people of Fareeha often protest.
The lifestyle of Fareeha typically becomes the source of conflict, especially in City Council meetings.
Duran Island is the Financial Hub for Daytonville, it is the wealthiest "Arm" of Daytonville. The Western-style model of business drives its economy with the main revenues now coming from tourism, aviation, real estate, and financial services. Duran Island is on the opposite end of Fareeha Island and uses a monorail system to transport citizens back and forth through each island. Though Duran Island has come under scrutiny for Human Rights Violation concerning the cities Indian and South Asian workforce. Duran practices Sharia Law.
Tourism is an important part of the Duran government's strategy to maintain the flow of foreign cash into the 'Arm'. Duran lure for tourists is based mainly on shopping, but also on its possession of other ancient and modern attractions. Duran hosted 14.9 million overnight visitors in 2017 and is expected to reach 20 million tourists by 2020.
Duran is the shopping capital of Daytonville. Duran alone has more than 70 shopping centers, including the world renown Duran Mall. Duran is also known for the traditional soul districts located on either side of its creek. Traditionally, shops from East Asia, China, Sri Lanka, and India would discharge their cargo and the goods would be bargained over in the souls adjacent to the docks. Duran Creek played a vital role in sustaining the life of the community in the city and was the resource which originally drove the economic boom in Duran.
The most famous tourist attractions in Duran such as Dolphinarium, Cable Car, Camel Ride, Horse Carriage and Exotic Birds Shows
Duran International is located on this arm of the city. The airport was the 3rd busiest airport in the world by passenger traffic handling 83.6 million passengers in one year alone. The airport is also the busiest airport in the world by international passenger traffic. In addition to being an important passenger traffic hub, the airport is the 7th busiest cargo airport in the world. As of 2017, it operated internationally serving 142 destinations in over 70 countries across six continents.
The 1,539 room nautically themed resort has two accommodation wings, consisting of the East and the West Tower, linked together by the Royal Suite. It is complemented by the Hydroventure water park and the Dali Beach, which frequently plays host to concerts and other events.
K'ac Island (Pronounced Ki'ack) is a man-made Island in Daytonville. Its creation can be credited to the IBF. (Islamic Betterment Foundation). K'ac is home to a slew of modern marvels and museums; attracting tourist in a way that Duran and Fareeha Islands do not.
The actual construction of K'ac was inspired by the Favela's in Brazil, housing hundreds of Dayton's populace. Many of the actual hilltops are filled with Residential Housing; however, there is a specific hill bearing a controversial statue of Muhammad. The disputes over the statue continue to this day.
The Quran does not explicitly forbid images of Muhammad, but there are a few supplemental teachings which have explicitly prohibited Muslims from creating visual depictions of figures. It is agreed on all sides that there is no authentic visual tradition as to the appearance of Muhammad, although there are early legends of portraits of him, and written physical descriptions whose authenticity is often accepted.
The IBF constructed this monument to Muhammad without consulting the Daytonville Islamic Council. Many of the lawmakers on Daytonville Island, want to tear the statue down. But the people of K'ac argue that tearing the statue down would be symbolically blasphemous. It is interesting to note, the massive statue of Muhammad points in the direction of Mecca; the site of Muslim Pilgrimage.
Miftah Aljana is a private resort which was created for the rich and fabulous.
Mifitah Aljana is where the embrace of nature is enhanced by the caress of luxury. Guests will be treated to a unique ‘castaway’ experience within the spacious villas, which feature beautifully designed interiors made from the highest quality sustainable materials.
The over water villas are situated in the middle of the lagoon, 500 metres from the island, where guests are able to lounge throughout the day and participate in activities that are created for them. There are no other resorts on the island, and Miftah Aljana Retreats are hidden away and barely seen from the sea, despite being only a few steps from the beach. The ultimate in privacy and seclusion.
Benefiting from an ideal climate, with soothing tropical breezes and average temperatures of around 28°C (82°F) during the day and 23°C (73°F) at night, located on one of the smaller islands of Daytonville, Mifitah Aljana is the perfect location for your next private resort.
A limited number of spectacular prime beachfront and over water Private Resort rooms are available to purchase, each of which is uniquely-designed and carefully located to combine maximum privacy and tranquility whilst being close enough to enjoy Miftah Aljana first-class services and amenities. Benefiting from abundant natural light, lush foliage and picturesque views, the sprawling villas are made of sustainable materials and comprise detached living areas joined by wooden walkways, offering the luxury of space to villa owners and their families.
Each Private Room is bespoke, designed to meet the gusts and their family’s specific requirements, whilst remaining true to the Miftah Aljana values. Indulge in your childhood fantasies as we build the perfect holiday home - be it a kid’s tree-house, a special herb garden or your own star gazing roof.
There are many benefits to villa vacationing at Miftah Aljana, including:
- Discounts on flight transfers and other leisure services
- Plus, all villa guests will benefit from the services of Mr. or Ms. private butlers, who are on hand to cater to your every wish.
- On site private chef if wanted/needed
- Wide wine selection from several locations around the world for your private villa
- Private masseuse
The land resort which is close by the private villas has several forms of entertainment for guests more focused on relaxation and guests who are looking for adventures to ensure everyone get's the dream island vacation they long for. There are no rooms on the actual island portion of the resort to assure maximum privacy to all guests who are staying at the villas.
For the guests who are wanting a more relaxing time, there is a spa on the land resort, movie night every night on the warm beaches, stargazing equipment, Karaoke, live music from bands of other Daytonville islands, culture dance performances and more!
For guests who are wanting more of a adventurous time there are many activities to do such as hiking trails, zip lining, snorkeling, scuba diving, land sports (tennis, golf, volleyball and more) and water sports (windsurfing, kayaking, stand up paddle and more)!
So come on down to Miftah Aljana, and begin your dream vacation today.
All revenue made is used to keep Valor City Children's Hospital funded.
(Please note that people staying the resort must be able to financially afford to do so)
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"alqasr alkabir" (Grand Palace)
- Standard CVNU rules apply.
- Feel free to establish reasonable corporations, residences, bases, hideouts, and the like within the city.