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I returned to Egypt just three months after I first met Ahmed, and this time, I flew into Cairo instead of Sharm el Sheikh.
Ahmed met me at the airport and we drove to Suez where we spent a few days with his family.
It was quite overwhelming to meet his family so soon, but I felt very comfortable and even with the language and cultural differences, it didn’t feel awkward at all.
It was the first time that Ahmed had introduced a girlfriend to his family and it was a huge deal for him.
I’m pretty sure Ahmed said something like, “Good news for me.” Then he told us that he was finishing work soon, and asked if we wanted to go for a drink.
We went Tree Bar and Ahmed and I sat chatting whilst Paul and Ahmed’s friend played pool.
It was far too early for me to be thinking about marriage, but I was certainly falling in love with Ahmed (and his family).
I remember thinking that Ahmed had a lovely smile and that he was very handsome and friendly.We had such a wonderful time together, and inevitably there were tears as we said our goodbyes at the airport. Over the next couple of months, we had long Skype conversations and I decided that I would move to Egypt.I returned to Dahab on two more occasions that year and in the December, Ahmed asked me to marry him. I packed up my belongings, handed in my notice at work, said my goodbyes and took a one-way flight to Cairo with 130kgs of luggage.That’s why we’ve build up an extensive network of Muslim singles around the world, ensuring that you can find that special someone no matter where you live.
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