Brighton – English beach party

A real seaside resort.

A real seaside resort.

Only a few of us slept soundly while driving along narrow english roads from Manchester to Brighton. It may have had something to do with the lot of us enjoying Bram Stoker’s Dracula the night before, scaring us shitless. Upon arrivial, I found myself mostly alone in the bus. The equipment were already unloaded by the venue, Digital. After drinking two glasses of dutch apple juice to gain energy for the day, Geir came walking easily down the stairs, proposing a real english breakfast. I obviously replied with a yes.

A bomb of a breakfast.

A bomb of a breakfast.

Brighton on a sunday is filled with weekend travellers, english tourists so to say. They come here for a walk on the promenade or a stroll on the beach. Katz, one of many cafees by the beach, became our target for food this lovely morning. Big english breakfast £ 7.99 was an easy choice, a big platter of egg, beans, toast, sausage and whatever english. A rare device was placed upon our coffee-cups. At first we thought it was a Brighton-ornament, but it was actually a small filter for coffee-making. Genious. The juice tasted crap, icecubed and way too uncolourful.

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The pier of Brighton is amazing. At the end of it, a tivoli with all sorts of rollercoasters and sick rides. We never got the chance to visit, but I really wanted to try the ride where you hang in the air with nothing else than sea under you. The Whitest Boy Alive played a amazing set, the crowd going crazy on almost every single song. Especially on one of my favorites, their cover version of Armand Van Helden’s “You Don’t Know Me”. After the show we chatted with some of the audience, we went down to the beach and threw rocks into the ocean while screaming. That was good. Me and Geir also tried fighting Marcin, but realised that his 12 years in the navy as a submarine makes him über and impossible to beat. He lifted us from the ground, one on each arm. Anyway, Brighton is a nice city.

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