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Description Zarri Bano is a most fortunate young woman. She has wealth, beauty and brains and plenty of freedom. At the age of 27, she remains unmarried, since none of the suitors she has met at university in Kar... more

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Description From the moment he is stopped for speeding on the way to his ordination, wearing a polka dot clerical shirt and driving an extravagantly large BMW, it is clear that Michael Dunn does not fit most peop... more

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“Holy Moly what is this!”

published 06/09/2015

AdvantagesWeird in a good and non pretentious way


...is a puzzle meant to be played and enjoyed, not solved. As Oscar asserts: 'We're having a ball in the back of beyond?. Metro Times ??Welcome to the latest in WTF cinema, the kind of movie that critics love, general audiences loathe and cinephiles puzzle over?. Capital Times ??"Holy Motors" is a post-apocalyptic movie, if your idea of the apocalypse was the demise of 35mm film and the rise of You...

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“A Day On Holy Island”

published 30/08/2010

Advantagesbeautiful island, history and nature

Disadvantagescauseway only open for a few hours a day

...The Holy Island of Lindisfarne is a small island with a population of less than 200 people off the Northumbrian coast. The island is connected to the mainland by a causeway and this is the only way you can get there either by car, bus or on foot. You can only cross at low tide when a road becomes visible and safe to drive across, safe crossing times are published on various internet sites...

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AdvantagesReasonably priced, tasty food, clean and comfortable

DisadvantagesOver attentive staff

...and so we needed to find somewhere quickly that was close to where we were going to see the band. Near our hotel we found Holi Spice; it?s on Holyrood Road, just near where it meets St. Mary?s Street. We didn?t have to eat immediately and there were not yet any customers in the restaurant so we took ourselves across the road to have a drink first. The restaurant is situated on the corner of a block...

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