Quick to reach from London. Quick to Explore. Difficult to forget!
This is the city of Brighton!
Somewhere by the sea side and in between the North Laine, I feel in love. With the city!
It was perfectly warm and lively day when I went to Brighton. Right after getting off at the station I went to the Royal Pavilion – which is a castle and was home to late King George IV. Nobody was allowed to take pictures inside the castle, but boy I can tell the king had fancy taste and a charming fetish for chinese culture. Such lavish and elaborate decors and architecture, I literally could feel myself wanting to live in the palace.
After leaving the palace, the most exciting part was the music on streets! Some lovely people playing some brilliant tunes and that’s when anyone living in UK would connect to what I say- street music is the most thrilling part of UK life. From there I went straight to North Laine- a beautiful lane with vintage shops, pop up boutiques and everything unique. It was decorated with colourful paper trails and I could smell fresh bread and cakes from bakeries!
Another thing I fancy and adore about UK is their love for street art – graffitis! Beautiful and massive graffitis could be seen all around, and on this little adventure only I landed infront of Horn Ok Cart- a indian street food cart in UK. It was such a perfect desi feel!
To finish off my trip and experience more vibrant yet serene atmosphere, I went to the Pier- Brighton Pier. The same place used for shooting in Desi Boyz- Indian flick!
It was so amazing to see sooo many people chilling by the beach on a sunny day. I even played games on the pier and ignited the child inside me! But yes I lost. LOL. All 3. LOL LOL.
But the best part of the trip was, by the british pier having chips and beer. — YOU SEE WHAT I DID HERE? IT RHYMED! I AM A POET!
For everyone in and around London- Brighton is a must visit city! It’s a unique and colourful experience – a getaway from the blues and blacks and browns of London.