Four months passed since I came back from Brighton. Took those photos during my stay there (unfortunately my camera was broken after a few weeks so couldn't capture every breathtaking moment, annoying seagull, or every cup of tea I drank) I always remember Brighton as a peaceful place where freedom is lived how it should be. I'm actually planning my next trip to the UK. Hopefully will get there after my exams in february. Need to stock up on good vibes, which are kinda rare here. Wanna see all the pretty babes again and wanna party hard. Would love to sit in preston park with a really good friend talking about the universe, dancing on the moonlight, or whatever pops up in our minds. How I miss this guy! Even if the UK isn't that far away it still needs time to go there - and as a student u don't really have much.
That sounds a bit materialist but I got to buy some new cloths so badly! Since I was in the UK I just can't buy anything here. It's sort of nonsense - way too expensive, not my kind of style, bad quality - you know just conform stuff for too much money. People here just don't want to walk to a different drummer - but I do! Being a free spirit is sometimes not that easy as it seems to be.
To all of you who haven't been to Brighton yet (and think the brits are donnish, firm and conservative) I warmly recommend a visit in Brighton for getting some new impressions. It's not San Francisco (as you folks now I love it more than another city) but it's pretty close to it in an english way.
lots of love xxx