JAPANESE backpacker was peering uncertainly into the window of The Old Apothecary.
The Old Apothecary looks like an old chemist's shop done up to look like, well, an old chemist's shop.
'Bronte museum?' inquired the backpacker hesitantly.
'No. Shop,' said a man unloading a van outside.
'Sell Bronte books?' 'Books?' He reflected for a moment. 'No. I don't think so but there's lot of other Bronte things in there, love.' 'Ah,' said the Japanese girl, clearly confused that here was a shop in the Bronte village of Haworth which looked like a museum and sold Bronte things. But not books.
The Bronte sisters Charlotte, Emily and Anne - may be best known for their contribution to world literature, but a trip into any of the shops that crowd this West Yorkshire …