Thank you for the lovely message and yes it was his first Christmas, I have added a picture for you in his 1st Xmas suit lol, he will be 1 this month, a year gone already!! but he is doing fab a right cheeky little character :)
Hope you are well Roulla and your family xx
Thanks all - I gave birth to my beautiful baby boy Kaisaan on the 28th June 2009 at 5.35 am and he is absolutely adorable he is my profile pic hehe, love being a mummy and enjoying every precious second x
Wow I have never heard of that as I overstayed for 2 years and never had any problems with going in and out, I would certainly get some funny looks but they never deported me or refused my entry and I have never heard of it happening. You may need to seek out the Tunisian Embassy as opposed to...
Hi Rach, been yonks since came on here but had someone contact me about work, hope married life is good, as you know our wedding went brill in May and were now 5 1/2 months pregnant - expecting our little boy Yassine in June so excited. Take care and hope everything is grand for u too x
No problem at all here are the details for Marilyn:-
SOS Children's Villages UK
St Andrews House
59 St Andrews Street
Cambridge CB2 3BZ
tel: +44 (0) 1223 365589
fax: +44 (0) 1223 322613
You can book in advance for example we get married on the 17th May and we need to book the registrar to attend the wedding venue on that date, when we went last week they told us the bookings start in January and so we are going back on the 15th January to pay the 100 dinar fee...
From my experience of having to visit many doctors in Tunisia, I can say there is no wait at all for a doctors appointment, you may have to wait if there are people wanting to be seen too on that day but actually its a case of walk in and get seen - not an appointment only...
How are you hun?
The 21 days confusion is the certificate of no impediment to marry that you can do in UK or your own home location but you have to remain in that country for 21 clear days and on the 22nd day they will give you a certificate to marry - this is a notice...
An average price is 10 dinar - 20 dinar. When in Tunis shopping we often pop in to a restaurant and have a huge meal that includes, chicken, pasta, salad, chips and bread costing 10 dinar for 2 people.
If you are in a tourist resort such as Kantiaou then you can pay from 15...
I have also been trying to find the answer to your question and hope to shed some light later on it when my fiance returns home.
How is your fundraising going? I am really pleased at the moment as I mentioned this year is my shoe box time for the SOS Tunisia and I received...
I agree with you totally, when I was looking for visa advice I found that forum UK resident or whatever it is to be useless, and the answers not being considerate.
Jukcoder, though you have a very closed mind about mixed marriages so it seems very your replies - this has...
You will get the hang of the forum ;)
Just to reiterate what Liz has said really, it depends on your relationship and how you feel, if you are questioning yourself then maybe you need to take a little bit longer with the relationship - depending on how long you have been...
Good luck with the fundraising, I'm pleased to hear that SOS in Cambridge were helpful to you, I often speak with Marilyn Moyse from the UK office not sure if thats the same one but she is very helpful too and sends me regular emails on her progress and her travels as she has just...
Im' finally back from the Embassy - been an absolute mental day but have accomplished soooo much. Ill just update all the info I received and sorry if I am repeating others advice already but just to clarify.
First stop was the visa section to which the very polite man on...
I'll let you know tomorrow LOL - didn't get there today as I was working my socks off, so inshallah I will get there tomorrow and report back - thanks hun for asking xx
Good luck Liz - fingers crossed for another successful application :) x
Hope that you are well, I looked at your link today on BBC Wales, your positive attitude puts a smile on my face. As Liz and Kris advised PEK is probably one of the better places for disability access, I lived there for a year and saw lots of people getting around with...