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I have a Ford Ka 52 reg, which I bought as my first car. It was second hand and had very low mileage. It doesn't exactly have all the mod cons, I have a cassette radio and manual windows, but that way there's less to go wrong!
The car has done quite a lot of miles with me and it has never once let me down. It passed it's last MOT with no advisories so it's a good little fighter. It just keeps going through everything.
The interior is cheap plastic and it has cheap fabric seats; it isn't exactly the height of luxury. The exterior does have a few spots of rust, true to Ford's usual form. The car only has four seats, which can be a problem. The boot is tiny, as is the rest of the car, but it is perfect for getting in those small parking spaces.
Overall, it is cheap, it feels cheap and it looks cheap, but I challenge you to find a more reliable car.
Ryanair is not the most sophistocated way to travel - but it is one of the cheapest.
There are a few things you should bear in mind if you want to travel via Ryanair. Firstly, how light can you travel? If you can manage with a hand baggage sized suitcase, you'll be fine. Otherwise, be prepared to pay over the odds for hold luggage. Secondly, can you take your food with you? Buying food on the aircraft can be very expensive, so make your own sandwiches before you go and buy some water or drinks after the security checks in the airport. Food and baggage are where Ryan Air makes up for the cheapness of the flights, so be warned. Thirdly, are you bothered where you sit, and if you are, is your name Usain Bolt? Getting a good seat on Ryan Air means you've got to be fast getting to the front as you board the aircraft as it's often first come-first served (after the children and disabled passengers).
If you are willing to do these things, you will have an enjoyable, and most importantly, a cheap flight. I have never experienced any problems when flying with Ryain Air. The pilots always seem to take off and land well and I have never had a delay. Ryan Air really is value for money.
I used this foundation for some time and the coverage and tone was satisfactory. It was not greasy and left me with a powdered type finish to my make up. The bottle seemed to last forever and due to the durable finish, I very rarely used powder as well.
Despite these good features, I found that if my skin was dry, this foundation was terrible for sticking to the skin and making it look worse. I am also not sure if the foundation was the cause of the dry skin. Whatever they add to the foundation to create the mousse seemed to dry my skin out as my skin was much dryer when using this foundation compared to any others.
It was also very hard to get just the right amount of foundation from the bottle and I always seemed to be washing the excess foundation from my hands once I had finished applying it.
I would not buy this foundation again, but it may be good for people with greasier skin that is not prone to drying out.
As a regular consumer of Samsung products, I had high hopes for the Samsung NP300V5A and it didn't disappoint. Both my previous laptop and my netbook have been Samsung and I have always been impressed by the quality, design and reliability of their products.The NP300V5A is an excellent buy as it combines this great quality with style and specs. There are plenty of colour options available; I have chosen the pink, which really expresses my femininity and style. But style is not their only feature, the NP300v5a is fast, reliable and has all the memory that I could ever need.
As a fairly casual user of laptops, I spend most of my time browsing, using social networks and creating simple documents. The NP300V5A is perfect for these uses. If you are looking for something more 'hardcore' for gaming, this laptop probably isn't for you, but if you are a casual internet browser like me, this is perfect!