Drink up

I haven’t gone home much yet this year, and it’s been nice to not be back in Brighton for a bit. When I do go back, I try and catch up with as many people as possible.

What I love about Brighton is that even though it is so much smaller than London, you can find any type of food that you dream of; crave; or desire. Bill’s restaurant is somewhere I will always go back to! Their food is just amazing feel good food and the atmosphere is so friendly. London can be cold and restaurants or even cafes can have a quiet sort of feeling, but I always LOVE visiting Bill’s and I cannot wait to go next time!

 

All the best

Char

Drink up

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The Great Escape

It’s been a long long weekend! But I wouldn’t change it for a minute. Yes this is another work post, but the glimpse of music and happy people make Brighton more lively than usual for one weekend.

Discovering a band before your friends always has a twinge of pride along with it, which is probably why the up and coming got just as big a crowds as the well known.

It’s all over for another year, bring on the next event.

All the best,
Char

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Your fuel, refuel

This was the scene yesterday at the Brighton marathon finish, where runners had just run over 26 miles. Personally, I think they’re crazy!

The looks on faces going past of pain, pride, and even relief made it worthwhile to everyone helping there.

A lot were just pleased it was over I think, and some just wanted to lay down.

Personally I think a marathon is a real test on your mental perseverance than your fitness. It doesn’t matter what time you finish, but finishing is the ultimate goal.

This should be a lot of people’s outlook on life, it’s not always a race to do things first or finish before someone else but achieving the same goal and helping each other out along the way.

Remember, slow and steady wins the race

All the best
Char

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