They care for each other and want to spend the rest of their lives together.'They were engaged before they found out about the baby.Speaking from his home in Johannesburg, 50-year-old Mr Culverwell said: 'This is going to be our first grandchild and we can't celebrate'Rather than looking forward to seeing our first family wedding and the birth of our first grandchild, we are beyond worried and stressed. All we can think about is how we are going to get them out of there.It should be a time for us to celebrate but we can't.' Pregnant: Nohai, pictured, and her South African fiance were arrested after she went to a clinic when she was suffering from stomach cramps and was told she was pregnant.Many of the laws in the UAE are based on Sharia law and you should keep that in mind at all times.
Karl Culverwell said it was 'the best possible news at the worst possible time'.With a median age of 27 (male and female), a vibrant nightlife and year-round sunshine, the whole thing can feel like a Club 18-30 holiday that never ends. Expats spend their tax-free salaries eating, drinking and generally showing off in public, so there is ample opportunity to meet the desired sex.This is not a place for shrinking violets; striking up a conversation with a stranger is easy and normal.Drug trafficking also attracts the death penalty; refer to the section on drugs for more information.Common law relationships, homosexuality, cross-dressing, adultery, and all of these are subject to severe punishment, including imprisonment and deportation, and for Muslim travellers, a high probability of corporal punishment as well.