Globetrotter Girls – Beach Day in Brighton

Published Date Author: , August 8th, 2015

Brighton Beach - Globetrotter Girls

After leaving New York heartbroken last week, I arrived in the UK on a cold and rainy 55*F /13*C morning – a bone-chilling shock to my system after leaving New York the day before in 100* /38*C temperatures. I was afraid my highly anticipated long weekend in Brighton might get rained out – including the Pride Parade I was so looking forward to.

But the weather gods were on my side and by the time I took the train down to Brighton, the sun had come out and it had warmed up again. As soon as I arrived, I made my way to the beach to enjoy the blue skies while they lasted and for some fun on Brighton’s famous pier. It seemed like all of Brighton had the same idea and the pebble beach was packed with families, young couples and summer exchange students.

Everyone was so happy and relaxed, and a lot of LGBT folks had arrived early for Pride weekend, which made me look forward to a fun-filled weekend. I was not only excited for Pride, but also to rediscover the city I used to visit regularly when I lived in England, and to see how it had changed in the six years I hadn’t been there (and how Pride had evolved since I last went there nearly a decade ago!).

By Dany – Full Story at SOURCE | Sussex Gay Travel Resources

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