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Cloudy morning
The Pier
The other side
Carnival fun
Footie fever
Under the Pier
Camera-wielding schoolkids
We paid a quid for a silly map
Children Playing I
Children Playing II
Children Playing III
Children Playing IV
The Royal Pavillion - a 19th century palace
Built with Indian architecture...
..and Chinese interior design
The Lady Boys of Bangkok... hmm?
A peek inside Brighton Museum and Art Gallery
Sketching I
Sketching II
Sketching III
Punch and Judy Show
Wedding Garden Party I
Wedding Garden Party II
Wedding Garden Party III
Brighton Museum and Art Gallery
Post cards
Market Street I
Market Street II
Market Street III
Market Street IV
Henna tattoo I
Henna tattoo II
Henna tattoo III
The critically-acclaimed Moshi Moshi
The modern interior of Moshi Moshi
Our dish arrives
This better be good
She doesn't look too happy
It's not sand, but pebbles at Brighton
Lollies I
Lollies II
Lollies III
I went down to Brighton yesterday - it was my first visit there after fourteen years. My sister studied in Britain and I spent some time there in 1990, and there were bits and pieces there which I could recall.

Anyhow, it was a beautiful city, and luckily, although the forecast was "partially cloudy", it choose to be cloudy only during our journey to and from Brighton! There were lots of people enjoying the summer sun!

I also found an excellent second hand and antiquarian book store, and bought "Jerusalem" by Michel Join-Lambert. It is a first edition, sent to the original owner for review (the invitation card is enclosed), published in 1958. There was another book, RH Bruce Lockhart's "Return to Malaya", about the return of a European who previously spent some years in his uncle's plantation in Malaya (and got into a scandal with a princess, it appears to be!). This time he journeyed in Malaya and some parts of Indonesia (Dutch East Indies then).

Some of the pictures were taken by Imaan.

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