I have a happy marriage, we've met slightly more than 4 years ago, been married for 3 years and he moved to sweden 2 years ago. He is egyptian (when it come to relationships i think it's no difference between weather he is egyptian, tunisian, maroccain or algerian), but when we met...
by biometric do you mean the interview at the embassy? Anyway, after that all his paper will be sent to migrationsverket. That can rake some time. When they received it they will send you a letter with info about what forms you need to fill in. After you sent in your forms it's just to...
Now there are almost no flights to the north african countries holiday resorts from scandinavia. Acctually this last year i don't know anyone as has gone on holiday to tunisia, marocco or egypt. But i really hope this will change soon.
M has never been sulking but from what he has told me how the men are treated in the arabic culture I think it's like TMD says. They are used to be pampered by their mother and sisters, and told how great they are just because they are men. M told me that when his home his mom and sisters still...
oh that was a good price, I payed 600 euro to my lawyer but that of course it's not many swedish speaking lawyers in Tunis;) so she had a higher rate
re to salims post at 1st page, the quote didn't work for me, so now looked from out of nowhere:confused:
That's true the Tunisian kitchen differs a lot from the gulfcountries and Lebanon. This I can never tell my husband;) , but I actually prefer the Tunisian food than the Egyptian since I like it really hot and spicy.
I'm like you, I also eat with my eyes, the food I eat must look beautiful at the plate. I just have one exception, a traditional dish from north of Sweden, pölsa, as is one of my favourites, and that one actually looks like someone has puked at the plate:eek:
me and hubby just made some mint tea and here comes our "recepie", well acctually his... ;) This is the egyptian way of making mint tea but I guess it's quite similar as the tunisian tea.
Boil water and pure in a pot. Mix equal parts of british breakfast tea and dried mint and...
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