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Vintage Transportation in Bermuda

From the train to pedal bikes and what are now vintage cars, transportation in Bermuda has always featured some great ways of seeing our beautiful island. Here is a collection of photographs from our archives showing how locals once got around the island, at time when they travelled not only for convenience, but also for enjoyment.     [caption id="attachment_14973" align="aligncenter" width="800"] A now-antique Ford car.[/caption]   [caption id="attachment_14972" align="aligncenter" width="800"] A couple enjoys a bike ride (and directions from…


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Virtual Tourist In Your Own Town: Traveling To And Around Bermuda

Inspired by the BTA's We Will Travel Again, here are 4 wonderful videos showing what traveling to and around Bermuda is really like.   1. St. George’s to Hamilton by Sailboat - A must watch if you miss spending time…


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Around The Sound

Although Harrington Sound is a place of great scenic beauty, it is also unique from a biological and geological point of view. We Explore its distinctive waters, wildlife and surroundings. At first glance, Harrington Sound on a small tourist map…


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Surfing BDA

If the surfer spirit has shown us anything, it’s that they will find a wave and something to ride it with wherever a swell may roam. Whether it’s Lieutenant Kilgore liberating an occupied Vietnamese beach with an outstanding break —…


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5 Historical Facts About Bailey’s Bay & Crawl

Bailey's Bay is known for being home to more Outerbridge's than anywhere else in the world and the area is ripe with Bermudian history. Here are a few little known historical highlights about the eastern seaside communities.    1. When…

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Eat Like a Local in Smith’s Parish

Smith’s Parish, home to treasures like Spittal Pond, Verdmont, and Devil’s Hole, hosts a cornucopia of choice for eating out. Here are some of our favorites.   Speciality Inn This local diner at Collector’s Hill can seemingly do no wrong.…