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The Bermudian

Naturally Speaking

I have to confess that after all these years my home has been in Bermuda, I still miss the wild flowers of my childhood, immortalised...

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It’s only natural that as parents we want our children to enjoy our own magical childhood experiences. For me, one such experience was freely picking...

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IT’S NOT SURPRISING that when we arrived at the dock on Nonsuch Island last May, it was with a feeling of déjà vu because we had been there...

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  When the Bermuda Audubon Society announced a guided visit to Sears Cave in Smith’s Parish last March, Mike and I knew we had to...

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  W. H. Auden’s poem “Musee des Beaux Arts” makes the point that the Old Masters knew that ordinary people were mostly indifferent  to momentous...

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  Every Christmas morning Elbow Beach is on the move as hundreds of people flock down to the shore to enjoy an authentic Bermudian Christmas....

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  As buses and cars hurtle towards Barnes Corner on Middle Road, Southampton, I doubt drivers and passengers give a passing thought to Florentius Seymour,...

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    I’ve often wished that the Bermuda Railway was still operating in Bermuda. Taking the train ride from Dockyard to Hamilton and then from...

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“Let them eat cake,” Marie Antoinette did not say. But she could have said, “Let them eat potatoes.” Apparently, she sometimes liked to wear potato...

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Oh, by gosh, by golly, it’s time for mistletoe and holly. The only trouble is that in Bermuda, thanks to no bleak midwinter, we don’t...

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Some time ago, I was thinking about how beautiful Bermuda was looking in all its best summer colours when our friends James and Marian invited...

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Awards

Residential Interior ...

It is a rare thing when the perfect team seamlessly joins forces to cr...

Feature

Welcome to The Loren

As an international businessman living and working in Bermuda over the...

Food & Drink

Beau Rivage

The restaurant is owned and managed by the acclaimed Chef Jean Claude ...

Columns

He Loves Me... He Lov...

I have to confess that after all these years my home has been in Bermu...

Heritage

The Significance of S...

From temporary settlements made by the Spanish in 1603 to the arrival ...

People

Of Heart & Home

When the glow of a lamp from inside a crumbling house ignited her curi...