A. Miles

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Location: Al Khor, Qatar


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H2D iR Ionic and Infrared Professional Hair Dryer by H2D
5.0 out of 5 stars Pro quality dryer., 15 Sep 2014
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I haven't owned a hairdryer since my goth days in the early 80s, but have long hair again now as the most visible evidence of an ongoing midlife crisis, so was on the market for anything to make my thinning barnet look a bit more frou-frou.

After years of exposure to the beauty industry's fondness for misleading pseudoscientific gibberish, one is naturally rather suspicious of terms like Infrared and Ionic. However, I've done some research and those are real things that exist, and they do help to dry your hair quickly and make it shinier, so that's that out of the way.

Simply put then, this is a very high quality hairdryer designed for professional use, high powered… Read more
Cairo Kitchen Cookbook: Recipes from the Middle Ea&hellip by Suzanne Zeidy
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I think Middle Eastern food might be about to have its fashion moment, it being healthy, exotic and suitable for the more casual dining experience people are beginning to prefer. I enjoy cooking it as it's a simple, quick cuisine that's hard to get wrong, so ideal if your knocking stuff up to go with drinking.

However, as British restaurants selling Turkish and Lebanese food tend to stick to a limited menu of kebabs, bread and dips, the variety of Persian food is something of an unknown to many Britons, myself included. This very substantial coffee table hardback remedies that, and then some. Comprehensively covering all aspects of the cuisine, from often grain or pulse based… Read more
Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes Mr Tumble Soft Toy&hellip by Golden Bear
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On the plus side, this is a very well-madesoft toy, attractive in a sort of retro, Enid Blyton way, and it got a big grin from my one-year old when it was presented to him, though he's not familiar with the TV show. It would make an impressive birthday or Christmas gift.

The minus points are really all to do with the electronic interactivity. If one presses the titular head, shoulders knees and toes in sequence, one is rewarded with a (slightly dalek-y) rendition of the song and Mr. Tumbles bow tie lighting up. However, the sequence is recorded by buttons under the plush, rather than by just touching the area, and they actually need quite a firm press, Certainly, this is a… Read more

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