Brick Lane

I spent this week in London, UK. While I was there I visited all my old favourite spots: Camden Town, Brixton, Soho, as well as the old tourist areas (Oxford Street, Picadilly Circus, Knightsbridge, Kensington). But what I enjoyed most was my visit to London’s east-end Banglatown, also known as Brick Lane. As I walked down the street, the aroma of South Asian food hung in the air while art shops displayed graffiti artist Banksy’s work. I fell in love with the place and entered a bookshop selling Monica Ali’s novel Brick Lane, so I thought I’d give it a read. Maybe I’ll learn a little more about it.

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Adam Bemma is a journalist and media development advisor.

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