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The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) has released some great films and some terrible ones throughout its current run.
At the end of August this year I moved from London, UK, to a small town in Quebec, Canada, called Matane to work as an English language assistant.
If you’d told me a year ago that I’d soon be living in a city with a pleasantly hot climate all year round, I imagine I’d have been overjoyed at the prospect of leaving the gloomy weather of my ho
Bank holidays … we all love them. In the UK, we only get eight bank holidays in one year, and at least five of those occur around Christmas time and Easter time!
France is world famous for its delicious baking. If you love bread, you can find a bakery or, as the French call it, a boulangerie, on almost every street corner.
In the past few months I have noticed an emerging pattern when it comes to TV series. Wherever I turn period dramas are taking over my TV!
When most people think of Ireland, they immediately picture the beautiful sights and bustling city of Dublin and the south, and, although Dublin is lovely, I’m going to tell you why you should go
I have been dancing since I was 14 years old, when my best friend dragged me to an after-school dance class. I enjoyed that dance class so much that I have been dancing ever since.
Now, I know what you must be thinking: podcasts are a pretty weird thing to become addicted to. But seriously, readers, I just can’t stop tuning in – I’m hooked!
It’s a website that everyone has heard of. Perhaps most people even use it on a daily basis, and it’s a form of both entertainment and social media.
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