Let me start this off by saying I wish I had spent more time in Brighton. It is such a bright, vibrant place to be. It has amazing and quirky shops, amazing restaurants, and an amazing seafront. I grew up in a small town by a beach, so this was kind of like coming home for me.
The water was beautiful, but so cold! Some insane people were actually swimming, which I can't even begin to understand!
Walking along the seafront was so relaxing, and I kept stumbling on cute little seafront stores, and cute little displays like the one pictured above. Brighton seems like a very relaxed, active community. There were SO many runners along my walk, and also SO many dogs!
I knew as soon as I started walking towards the sea from the train station that I was going to love this little town. Fun fact, this was one of the places I had considered living when I was first considering getting a UK Visa. I had heard so many good things about Brighton that it had made it to my Top 3.
It seems they are making serious improvements along the seafront, and this spot above looked particularly new, and absolutely stunning. Could you imagine having a small wedding ceremony here, with the sea in the background? YES PLEASE.
*Sidenote: I also had lunch in Brighton. It was delicious, but the service was horrendous, therefore, I won't be talking about it in this post, or anywhere for that matter. My Mom always said if you can't say anything nice, don't say anything at all. This is a real shame because I was really looking forward to including some food recommendations.
The next time I venture to Brighton, I am definitely going to make it more than just a day trip. I want to explore The Lanes more thoroughly, and experience more of what Brighton has to offer.
P.S. - Boho Gelato is literally the most incredible thing I have ever had in my life. If you are in Brighton at any point, I would highly recommend stopping in... my favourite flavour was the Carrot Cake!
All my love,