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Wandering Duchess Welcome to the blog of an American expat who peaced out of the states to have a go at expat life in Dubai, UAE.
These rules are relaxed at beaches and swimming pools but topless sunbathing is not permitted in any location. Kissing, cuddling and holding hands is not allowed in public, even in expat bars and clubs and can lead you into serious trouble.
The case of Charlotte Lewis, 25, from Palmers Green in London is testament to this.
I met a friend the other day and she told me about some bad experiences she has had due to meeting people from this site.
There are alot of men seeking women for sexual pleaseur and many are willing to use force or offer money ( gifts ).
“I’ve been here for eight years and I’m still waiting to meet someone who wants a serious relationship.
I definitely feel it’s more difficult to settle down here than it is back home.
I wonder if the easy expatriate lifestyle is what stops guys from wanting to commit – it can feel like one long holiday.”The more I talked to other single ladies, the more I realised that this seems to be a belief that is echoed a lot among the female expatriate population.