Postcard from Brighton

I ❤ Brighton.

I know I keep talking about how much I love living in London, but there’s this little spot in my heart for cities on the seaside.Cake + Whisky | Postcard from BrightonCake + Whisky | Postcard from BrightonCake + Whisky | Postcard from BrightonCake + Whisky | Postcard from BrightonI always want to bring all the pebbles home. I’m such a kid. Cake + Whisky | Postcard from BrightonCake + Whisky | Postcard from BrightonCake + Whisky | Postcard from BrightonCake + Whisky | Postcard from BrightonCake + Whisky | Postcard from BrightonCake + Whisky | Postcard from BrightonSomeone KNITTED the Royal Pavilion. How crazy is that? Cake + Whisky | Postcard from BrightonThe said-pavilion is really worth a look, it looks so strange and out of place, but so pretty at the same time.
Cake + Whisky | Postcard from BrightonCake + Whisky | Postcard from BrightonBut Brighton’s not all about the beach. What I was most impressed by was the new breed of creative, socially- and environmentally-responsible businesses that have popped-up since the last time I visited. Double thumbs-up to Silo, hisBe and BlueBird Tea Co for all their hard-work and proving it can be done. I left very inspired. 👍👍Cake + Whisky | Postcard from BrightonWhat’s your favourite thing to see/eat/do in Brighton? Already looking for things to do on my next visit!

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Postcard from Brighton

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