Thank u so much for advice and kind words means a lot as I feel I'm doubting him purely on other peoples experiences and my paranoia . Although to some people it's a small gesture he paid for dinner a few times bought small gifts writes me poems etc I'm not basing everything on that but he really is kind yes there's just a few years between us . We have such a laugh together we both break our hearts when I'm leaving it's awful .hes constantly telling me I'm amazing kissing me and telling me he loves me yes I told him I don't have money and he doesn't ask now his reply was don't be sorry it's not important . He's said he wants a baby with me that he respects me and wants marriage xxxThe best advice I can give is to take it slowly, as others have said. Things are changing in Tunisia and behaviour which would once been frowned on, such as public displays of affection, are more acceptable, within reason of course, as are invitations to the family home. One thing I find particularly encouraging is that there isn't a big age difference between you, so if he really does want marriage and a family with you there is still plenty of time.
You say he knows that you haven't got a lot of money but you do have to drive that home and discourage requests for gifts, or financial help of any kind. How he reacts to that will give a clear indication of whether he really wants you or what he thinks you can provide. Unfortunately all the sad stories you hear on here and other forums are true, usually because the ladies either didn't see or chose to ignore the warning signs, believing that their man wasn't like that, despite strong evidence to the contrary
Looking ahead, if you do stay together, unless you both want to live in Tunisia (amongst other things it would be difficult for you to find a job there) the cost of getting him to the UK could be a stumbling block. As mentioned you would need an income of £18,000 to start with, then there is the cost of all the paperwork involved for visas etc. What skills could he bring to the UK? There isn't a lot of call for animators here but any skills which could translate into a decent job here, whether IT, engineering, plumbing or even painting and decorating would help the family finances, particularly if you have children.
You both have a lot to think about and discuss and I'm sure we all wish you every happiness. Even those of us who perhaps appear the most negative have only got your interests at heart and don't want you to fall into the trap which far too many others have done.
Statistics show that many marriages fail even where the couple concerned are from the same background and level of education but it does obviously load the dice when there are so many cultural differences. To end on a positive note, I personally know a few couples who have happy and long-standing mariages so it can work out with a mixture of true love, commitment and compromise.