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The Bermudian

That's Life

If you had told me 30 years ago that in the future my big shop would be delivered every Friday afternoon, between 5:30 p.m. and...

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MY SON HAS GONE over to the dark side. The dark green, leafy side. Yes, he’s become a vegetarian.He announced this momentous news on New...

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Dog walks come in three flavours. The good. The bad. And the ugly.Pretty much all my walks before I moved to this country were, I...

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  Beards are big at the moment in the UK. I don’t mean big and bushy (although certainly some of them are). I mean big...

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I was trying to glean some information from Southern Rail’s website the other day, after yet another disastrous journey home, when I found myself being...

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“I must go down to the seas again, to the lonely sea and the sky.”  And just think: back in 1902, when John Masefield wrote...

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  Picture this. It’s the summer of 1976. Somewhere in the middle of America—wait, let’s be more precise—somewhere in the middle of Virginia, a station...

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Dear ladies and gentlemen: I regret to inform you that there will be no column today because the dog ate my homework. I had written...

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Mottoes are funny things. Some are inspirational - like Who Dares, Wins; or my old alma mater Warwick Academy's Quo non ascendam, "To what heights may...

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Illustration by Dana Cooper   Though I am far from home, I find, if I keep my eyes and ears open, there are glimpses and...

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I remember the first time I ate a burger in Britain.

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