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White Knight WK38AW compact reverse action tumble &hellip by White Knight
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Simple, basic dryer, 5 April 2013
I would not be without a tumble dryer and I have always had a small and simple one. I have only one complaint which you might think minor, but drives me nuts.
You can't tap the door to swing it shut. You have to physically push the door holding the plastic handle so that the prong to shut the door aligns with the hole. My old Creda dryer door was a very smooth fit and closed easily. This one springs open if it doesn't align properly and I have already had to replace the catch (it's only made of cheap plastic) after just a few months.
If you're a mum in a hurry you won't appreciate having to go back and shut the door over and over again.

Lastly, the hot air does not… Read more
Window on Goa: A History and Guide by Maurice Hall
This is a great book to learn about the history of Goa, but it is not a travel guide in the modern sense. It explains how modern day Goa evolved and gives lots of information about the customs and culture of the area. The book was written by Maurice Hall who was living and working for many years and was published about 20 years ago. But if you are visiting the area this book will give a very good insight.
Bluff Your Way in Rugby (Bluffer's Guides) by Alexander C. Rae
I bought this book for a friend whose new boyfriend is a rugby player and she knew nothing about the sport. We got the book years ago, it is so funny it makes you laugh out loud, so I was delighted when I found a copy on Amazon.

My friend read it and passed it on to her boyfriend who also loved it.

I think there are some referees out there who think it is the rugby handbook. If you are at all interested in the sport get a copy!