I wish I could live by the sea and get this crystal blue view from my window everyday. The closest destination to spoil my crush is heading to Brighton this weekend. I am also trying to hold the Summer feeling a little bit longer. The weather was warm enough to let us wandering at the seafront. That was the first time for my friend to visit Brighton, so I made sure she wouldn’t miss the infamous merry-go-around and Brighton Pier.
Then strolling down to the seafront with gorgeous nautical craft and handmade pieces that I couldn’t resist to browse around. Those mini beach houses are uber cute, are they? If you like to find the real beach huts, walk down about 20 mnts from Brighton Pier.
I also like to share the sneak peak of cute cafes and restaurants, beautiful vintage shops, if you are up to Brighton just for a day. I always feel there are a lot more to see and so little time indeed. So hopefully these snaps will help you to plan your journey.
With the dusty blue exterior, you will hardly miss this vintage cafe. It’s next to the seafront is perfect to have a morning coffee or afternoon tea.
Go for seafood or vegetarian alternative during lunchtime?
If you’re a fan of chocolate, this magical Chocolaterie offers anything about chocolate! It’s a shop with cafe on the first floor, Choccywoccydoodah- probably the longest shop name I’ve ever pronounced. The fancy decorations make you feel like you are in Diagon Alley or Alice in Wonderland world.
The bustling lanes occupied with jewellers & local shops, and colourful buntings hanging across!