Our Bermuda

9 ICONIC Reasons to Love Bermuda

How do we love thee, Bermuda? Let us count the ways. These 6 iconic to reasons to love our island were taken from “37 Reasons to Love Bermuda” which featured in our Winter 2018 issue.   We Are Still a British Colony Despite havin...


Why are Bermudians “Onions”?

We got a note from good friend Rick Spurling of the St. David’s Historical society the other day. He had just read our piece on www.TheBermudian.com about Bermuda onions with recipes etc. which he commended us on and said how much he enjoyed r...


Bicycling Bermuda: February 1930

This article is taken from our archives. It appeared in the very first issue of The Bermudian Magazine in February 1930 and was written by Margaret Copp, who gives a charming account of her visit to Bermuda where she hired a bicycle and toured t...


God’s Country

A glimpse into Somerset’s storied past with cannon shots and cricket, lawn tennis and literary meetings, skulduggery—and even murder. There is a theory Somerset is named after Admiral Sir George Somers, who so appreciated this part of Ber...

Our Bermuda

Into the Ocean

In the thick summer heat, we know that in Bermuda the ocean is the only place to be. We can cool down in crystal clear waves, playing endless rhapsodies in blue and turquoise. The only problem is deciding where to take a dip since we have at lea...


Bermuda Bananas: No-Bake Banana Cream Cheesecakes

Bermuda bananas, as they are fondly known to locals, have become an essential part of the Bermudian diet and culture, thanks to their sweet flavour and versatility in cooking. Technically called Dwarf Cavendish bananas, the fruit was originally ...

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