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The summer holidays are upon us, and while those who can afford it go swanning off to exotic foreign climes, the rest of us are stuck here in the Big Smoke. But that’s no reason to feel left out: the sun is shining, the parks are teeming, and thanks to new movie streaming site Wuaki.tv, you can take a round-the-world cruise without leaving your armchair.
The online streaming arm of Rakuten, Wuaki is already big news on the Continent. The site offers viewers the option to subscribe (for only £2.99 a month, for a limited time), to rent a movie for a single viewing, or to purchase a permanent copy. Titles range from time-honoured classics to the hottest new releases. So get out there in the sun, soak up as much as you can, then head home for the holiday of a lifetime, whether it’s boating in the Pacific, riding a scooter around Rome or camel trekking in deepest Arabia.
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