Be a Tourist in Your Own Town: Sandys
Our Bermuda

Be a Tourist in Your Own Town: Sandys

If you don't live in Sandys, you might only know it for its cricket club that competes against the rival, St. George, every summer in Cup Match, but it has much more to offer. 1. Daniel’s Head Daniel’s Head is a beautiful and secluded beach at the west end of the island. Green turtles graze in the abundant sea grass here, and they are relatively docile compared to populations of turtles elsewhere on the island. They seem to have no…


Recipes

Blueberry Mojito Mocktail

Ingredients 1 cup fresh blueberries 10 fresh mint leaves 2 teaspoons sugar Juice of 2 limes Club soda Crushed ice Directions: In a blender, puree the blueberries, set aside. In a cocktail shaker (or mason jar), muddle mint leaves and…


Nature

Culture Walk: The Olde Towne and its Gorgeous Gardens

While the City of Hamilton and other parts of Bermuda feature more formal parks, the Town of St. George favours cottage gardens tucked into nooks and crannies, hidden behind natural stone walls or in spaces between buildings. Often a cascading…


Nature

A Walk at Blue Hole Park

One of Bermuda’s most magical walks links the prosaically named Blue Hole Park with the Walsingham Nature Reserve in Hamilton Parish. It’s magical because its various pathways lead to hidden attractions and because while some of its trees (the poincianas,…


The Consummate Bermudian

The History of the Dark ‘n Stormy

The Dark ’n Stormy is the inexorable concoction of Bermuda’s British history, a literal fusion of our merchant and naval traditions. That it is today one of only four internationally trademarked cocktails further reflects Bermudians’ entrepreneurial spirit and legacy of…

Our Bermuda

Fascinating Vintage Bermuda Fishing Scenes

Fishing has long been a favourite pastime and lucrative livelihood in Bermuda and we love taking in vintage images of the fishing endeavours of yesteryear. A fleet of fishing boats heading out for the 32nd Annual Game Fishing Tournament. Fishing…