Travel Haiku - Brixton South West London

Poem By john tiong chunghoo

Brixton Southwest London
one souvenir seller speaks
no english

Brixton Southwest London
the colonised now colonise
the business here

While London has no shortage of fine dining options, fans of exotic food and nightlife can take the tube to Brixton in South West London, a well-known haven for musicians, artists, and activists. Along with an array of eccentric marketplaces, organic eateries, and late-night bars, you can sample your way through a variety of international cuisines including African, Caribbean, Indonesian, and Portuguese, a sound cultural alternative to traditional London pub food and high-end dining. Don't miss Brixton Market, chock full of vendors selling everything from African spices to cassava to Guyanese curries.

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