His acting appeared to everyone around us that he likes me. And the worst is that I felt like he talked to me and pushing me to marry him. And Indonesian muslim guys are not like that....it's just the guy is Arab.
The way he treated me feels like I'm the guest and he's the host of the island. But if he's not in the mood, he doesn't even answer me. I suggest not to have a relationship with Arab guy...
He keps staring at me,spoke in well mannered-type of gentleman,held my hand when walking through the rice field,insisted to take me back to hotel I stayed (we stayed at different hotels),asked me to accompany him for dinner. It doesn't refer to the reality that he's a muslim..I'm muslim,too.
So,how come he's mistaken choosing&deciding to stay at very expensive 5 stars hotels that have full information on website? Then he said he'll come again to Bali with his family. He finally changed my opinion that not all Arab are jerk. But still I stick with my pride as woman&a professional one to not take any personal emotion&be fooled by the guest. I had no idea if it's because of me, because of the impression of Bali as the Island of Gods or he just pretend to look missing me. And..bad thing happen after he returned to his country. Reasoned disagreement is welcome but not comments that are scurrilous, off-topic, commercial, disparaging religions, or otherwise inappropriate.
He asks me things about my daily personal life and family. I don't want to have bad reputation & be seen dating with Arab. For complete regulations, see the "Guidelines for Reader Comments".
I seem to get this one a lot, usually during the early stages of conversation.
Well, honey, first of all you’re probably fishing in the wrong pond if these are the type of guys you manage to end up with, and, as far as perversion goes, the whole world is perverted in one way or another.
Something also typical of Arab men in our day and age is a shaky financial situation.
For this reason and the fact that he takes himself way too seriously (also not unusual in the region) he keeps you clinging to a thin and long string of hope that maybe one day you'll hear that four word question.
We burst into a scene, find some way to burn ourselves into your memory, and then exit stage left.
This applies to nearly all situations, but especially – and most dramatically – when it comes to wedding proposals.
Just because we met doesn’t mean we have to get married. We get the social pressures on you to be a “good wife and mother”, but you need to chill.