Birmingham 

I love travelling,  but I am glad I live in Birmingham. The diversity of its culture is wonderful. 

I got off the train at New St and wandered into the centre where a man was singing reggae along side an elderly colourful white lady started to dance, she put down her carrier bags jouned in 


and danced smiling loudly with a mouth empty of teeth

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