5 Places You’ve Never Been to Even If You Live Here
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5 Places You’ve Never Been to Even If You Live Here

Carter House, St. David’sAfter the Sea Venture’s colonists wrecked on Bermuda’s shores in 1609, they quickly built another boat to continue on to Virginia, to support the colony there. However, three men were asked to stay behind to continue the British legacy in Bermuda. Christopher Carter was one of those men, and his descendants built Carter House in 1640. The old home is mostly in its original condition, having withstood countless hurricanes since it was built. Originally called Southside House,…

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A Walk in Stokes Point

Mike, our friend Alison and I wander down a leafy lane and find Bermuda in blossom. The Surinam cherry flowers are out and the nasturtiums a blaze of orange and yellow. The path goes upward to a small clearing and…


Pea Prosciutto Spring Pizza

Ingredients: 1 recipe fresh pizza dough 1/3 cup Basil Vinaigrette 1 cup fresh mozzarella sliced 1/2 cup fresh peas blanched 1 bunch asparagus tips only, blanched 2 eggs 4 ounces prosciutto Kosher salt and freshly cracked black pepper to taste…


Bermuda Beasts: Spiny Lobster

The first of September marks the start of lobster season in Bermuda, when it is legal to possess, hunt (so long as one has a permit) and consume the sweet meat of the spiny lobster. Between September 1st and March…

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Vintage Local Scenes

From roofing houses with Bermuda limestone, to relaxing on an oceanside patio, we've put together this gallery of local Bermudian scenes.                


Scenic Shelly Bay

Scenic Shelly Bay, with its panoramic view extending from Hamilton Parish to Dockyard, has for decades been a favourite park for families. Its sheltered curve of bay and shallow blue waters are ideal for small children enticed by the wonders…