People

Riding the Waves of Change: The Life of Pilot Peter Simons

When Lauren (Peter) Simons was a young student at Purvis Primary in Warwick during the 1950s, he probably never thought he was destined to have a forty-year-long career on Bermuda’s seas, retiring in the new millennium as a senior tug pilot. After all, seafaring was not in his immediate family history. And yet—there was an omen. The first to admit he was never interested in school studies, he remembers often being distracted from his books by the steam whistle of…


Our Bermuda

More Things We Miss About Bermuda!

Are there others we can add to the list?   The Forty Thieves This iconic Hamilton club was at its most popular in the 60s. Run by Terry Brannon, it was one of the first clubs to be open to…


Recipes

Vinaigrette Potato Salad

The perfect side dish for a backyard barbecue!   Ingredients: 3 pounds medium or fingerling potatoes Salt 1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil 3 tablespoons white wine vinegar 2 teaspoons coarse-grained Dijon mustard 1 tablespoon caper liquid from the jar…


Recipes

Bermuda Iced Tea

Pinkies up: it's cocktail hour darling! Ingredients: 1/2 oz. Gosling's Black Seal Rum 1/2 oz. vodka 1/2 oz. gin 1/2 oz. Triple Sec 1/2 oz. orange juice Cola Directions: Shake with ice, top with splash of cola and a squeeze…


Nature

How To Become PADI Certified On Island

This summer is the perfect time to experience Bermuda’s beautiful underwater world. More abundant, colourful, and bursting with life than on land, our coral reefs are some of the healthiest that remain in the world. It’s possible to boat, swim,…

Our Bermuda

Tourist In Your Own Town: Fun for All Ages!

Get out of the house this weekend and dedicate yourself to exploring parts of Bermuda you don't know. The Unfinished Church, the BUEI and Cambridge Beaches are three great spots that anyone of any age will enjoy exploring and learning…