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Brighton is one of my favourite places. It's so vibrant, quirky, and completely different to my conservative and rural hometown. Myself, my sister, and her friend visited last week and had such fun exploring the lanes and roaming the pier. Unfortunately, my sister and her friend don't share my appreciation for stomach-churning rides, but we did ride the Brighton wheel (because we're such adrenaline junkies!)

Unfortunately, the weather wasn't great - hence the murky pictures.

View from the Brighton wheel.



We had coffee at Marwood - possibly the coolest coffee shop I've ever visited.

Classy bird!

I'm personally not a fan of vintage - I like it on other people, just not me - but these outfits are adorable. I can't remember the name of the shop (useful. I know), but it was in one of the lanes.


We went to Nando's on the last night and I had a Mexican salad with grilled chicken.

(Tenby, you're a well-established tourist destination ... Why don't you have Nando's?)

 Although I love to travel abroad, visiting Brighton reminded me that the UK is full of great places to visit and things to see. We booked our apartment with Airbnb, which I definitely want to use again - I'm already looking at places in London and Bath.


  1. I've always wanted to visit Brighton, it looks so pretty.
    Definitely come to bath!! I live here - and it's such a lovely place, let me know when you do id love to see pictures:) xxx

  2. Beautiful photos!

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  3. Great pictures - seems like it was a really lovely trip :) x

    The Belle Narrative

  4. Oh I absolutely Brighton, such a gorgeous place isn't it. The lanes are so cute and perfect beaches, definitely need to head back soon!


  5. I absolutely adore Brighton it's probably my favourite place in the whole of the UK! Glad you had a great time, I need to visit again soon! :-)
    Abiee xx

  6. Brighton looks so beautiful♡ :)

  7. Even thought the weather wasn't great, these photos you took of the seaside are really cool! I love all the colours in the sky :) If you come back there, go in the Pavilion, it is a stunning building inside and out, the furniture and architecture is amazing! ;)

    Julia xx
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