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  • TRAVEL REVIEW - A couple of weeks ago, I spent four brilliant days trekking around Dublin with husband, who time and time again, proves himself to be the most awesome travel partner in the universe. The amount of time we spend laughing is beyond normal.

    A Breath of History

    TRAVEL REVIEW - A couple of weeks ago, I spent four brilliant days trekking around Dublin with husband, who time and time again, proves himself to be the most awesome travel partner in the universe. The amount of time we spend laughing is beyond normal.

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  • Jeremy Clarkson’s article entitled <em>I dare you to visit Johannesburg, the city for softies</em>, published in <em>The Sunday Times</em> on 1 March, has elicited a massive response from many Saffas...

    Hurt breeds Hostility

    Jeremy Clarkson’s article entitled I dare you to visit Johannesburg, the city for softies, published in The Sunday Times on 1 March, has elicited a massive response from many Saffas...

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  • GIG REVIEW - The atmosphere of anticipation is like an electric current. The familiar sight of a miniature Edward Scissorhands (sometimes it’s Jack Sparrow) attached to mastermind Tuomas’s keys produces an ecstatic roar from ecstatic fans.

    Sweet Dreams Are Made of This…

    GIG REVIEW - The atmosphere of anticipation is like an electric current. The familiar sight of a miniature Edward Scissorhands (sometimes it’s Jack Sparrow) attached to mastermind Tuomas’s keys produces an ecstatic roar from ecstatic fans.

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  • I have a passion for pink. Hold on. Let me qualify this statement: I have a passion for <e>Hot Pink</e> - also known as Shocking Pink or Fuchsia. Pink looks particularly awesome with black & lime green.

    Pink is for Prostitutes

    I have a passion for pink. Hold on. Let me qualify this statement: I have a passion for Hot Pink - also known as Shocking Pink or Fuchsia. Pink looks particularly awesome with black & lime green.

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  • Okay, here it goes; "Hi, my name is Andrea and I like ABBA". My Sunday night damn-it's-work-the-next-day blues were forgotten after watching the film adaptation of the West End's <em>Mamma Mia!</em> production.

    So bite me then!

    Okay, here it goes; "Hi, my name is Andrea and I like ABBA". My Sunday night damn-it's-work-the-next-day blues were forgotten after watching the film adaptation of the West End's Mamma Mia! production.

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  • "There's Probably No God. Now Stop Worrying And Enjoy Your Life" is the slogan of an atheist bus campaign launched in January around the UK.

    Atheists advertise Alpha

    "There's Probably No God. Now Stop Worrying And Enjoy Your Life" is the slogan of an atheist bus campaign launched in January around the UK.

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  • BOOK REVIEW - The man is just a walking ball of talent. It seems so wrong that so much artistic flair should be allocated to one individual.

    It’s Burtonesque

    BOOK REVIEW - The man is just a walking ball of talent. It seems so wrong that so much artistic flair should be allocated to one individual.

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  • Responsibility. The weight carried by this word is insurmountable. And I am really feeling it today thanks to a headline in the morning's <em>Guardian </em> newspaper...

    The danger of thought

    Responsibility. The weight carried by this word is insurmountable. And I am really feeling it today thanks to a headline in the morning's Guardian newspaper...

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  • It always seems like such a romantic idea - lying next to your lover in a bed of soft green grass, staring up at the sky, listening to birds chirping and bees buzzing...

    What’s in a name?

    It always seems like such a romantic idea - lying next to your lover in a bed of soft green grass, staring up at the sky, listening to birds chirping and bees buzzing...

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  • As an ex-English teacher it was just some time before I felt compelled to write a rant about the poor quality of education in South Africa.

    Embracing Mediocrity

    As an ex-English teacher it was just some time before I felt compelled to write a rant about the poor quality of education in South Africa.

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