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Pine Salisbury Nursery Undercot Storage Under Drawer
Pine Salisbury Nursery Undercot Storage Under Drawer

4.0 out of 5 stars Decent item, 13 Jan 2014
After seeing previous reviews for this under cot storage drawer I was a bit uncertain. However, the item is decent quality and fitted under the cot bed fine. So really happy with it.
It is worth noting that this drawer is meant for an Argos cot bed and it looks like the drawer has just been removed to sell separately, so it's actually part of a flat-pack Salisbury cot bed. But as most cot beds are roughly the same size I imagine this isn't a problem.


Rebuilt By Humans
Rebuilt By Humans
Price: £6.42

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fun, Moving, and Easy listening!, 31 Dec 2009
This review is from: Rebuilt By Humans (Audio CD)
While the interludes are slightly redundant, almost all the songs in this album will have you smiling, or thinking. Amazing artist, and so easy to listen to. Definitely worth getting if you enjoyed the first album!


Long Way Round
Long Way Round
by Charley Boorman
Edition: Paperback
Price: £7.99

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Definitely worth it!, 6 Aug 2007
This review is from: Long Way Round (Paperback)
A friend introduced "The Long Way Round" to me, saying they loved it and thought I would too. I hadn't heard of it at the time, but then uni often involves being lost in the student based world with little outside current world knowledge. I watched a trailer on YouTube to see what it was like and was instantly caught by the idea, ... two friends on an adventure around the world. Im not a fan of motorcycles, but visiting countries you only imagine you would talk about and never visit, meeting people from different cultures and seeing amazing sights, its something few people would say no to if they had the money and time, right?! I watched one episode and was hooked, and reading a review on here saying the book gave a better insight into the personal thoughts and more detail of the feelings of the two actors, I decided to buy it first (after all, in most cases the book is better!). So I bought it today and am already half way through. I was originally a bit disappointed with the focus on the bikes at the start, but then it is their true passion. However, as I read on, you really do start to feel what they went through, and it's gripping! It is not meerly a day-by-day recital of thier trip, but a window to the emotions and experiences felt by them both. And like people have said before...it's not about the bikes, its about the adventure, experiencing the world with a true friend at your side!! I recommend this to anyone who is interested in the series!


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