Daughter and Boyfriend visiting Tunisia during Ramadan (un-married)
Our 18 year old daughter and her 19 year old boyfriend are looking at an all inclusive holiday in Tunisia for this coming July and I would just like to check with the local experts on the best advice for them at this holy time in a Muslim country, as they are as yet un-married?
I have read a number of posts here that suggest their sharing a hotel room in a tourist hotel as both English should not pose any real issues? Is this really the case even during Ramadan?
Also are there any suggestions on how they should conduct themselves both in the resort and outside - i.e. kissing in public - should this be avoided out of sensitivity, is walking arms round each other etc OK??
Sorry if this sounds the usual English persons daft mis-conceptions, but I'd like to be able to at least tell them something about what would and would not cause offense especially during Ramadan?