F. V. L. Buliciri

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 91% (712 of 782)
Location: London, UK

Interests
I love walking and I am a member of the Central London Outdoor group CLOG. I write poetry and have had several published.
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 455,890 - Total Helpful Votes: 712 of 782
I'm Off Then: Losing and Finding Myself on the Cam&hellip by Hape Kerkeling
13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
What a wonderful book I throughly enjoyed it. I bought this book after having seen the film 'The Way,' starring Martin Sheen and this book like the film captivated me. I like the way the book was also filled with amusing and witty anecdotes surrounding the author's life and how they related to certain parts of the Camino Trail that he travelled along especially as he was on a crossroads in his life when he walked it.
If anyone wants to read a definitive book about the Camino De Santiago this book is definitely the one to read. I felt sad when I finished the book because I became so attached to the author and his trials and tribulations along the trek, the friends he made along the way… Read more
Prague (DK Eyewitness Top 10 Travel Guide) by Theodore Schwinke
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A wonderful book!, 13 Aug 2007
This book is the most comprehensive guide that anyone can ever take with them to Prague. I just came back from Prague recently and I must say I had a great time with the aid of this little gem of a book to help me find my way around the streets of Prague. I definitely recommend this book to anyone planning to visit Prague.
Poor Cow [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Terence Stamp
Poor Cow [DVD] DVD ~ Terence Stamp
15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
As a Ken Loach fan I've seen quite a few films that he's made. However,I overlooked this film for years. I simply adored this film. My heart was moved by the central character played by Carol White and her journey through life with disappointing relationships with men, her struggles to bring up her child on her own and with money. It was interesting to see so many actors in their younger days appearing in this film such as Billy Murray(East Enders -Johnny Allen), Terence Stamp, Kate Williams as well as legends such as Queenie Watts. This is a superb film and a great social commentary on a very different England to the one that we all live in today.

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