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Tourist In Your Own Town: Natural Wonders to Discover

No matter how long you've lived in Bermuda, there's still plenty to discover, or rediscover if you are a consummate Bermudian and have actually done it all before. The beauty in seeing your own home in a way you haven't before is found in stepping outside your usual routine and going in search of something different. Here are three natural wonders you should experience again now that the weather is cooling.   Hog Bay Hog Bay is a seldom-visited, 32-acre nature reserve, full of agricultural land, parkland, and woodland. The exte...


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8 Types of Pain You’ve Experienced if You’re a Bermudian

You can't be Bermudian if you haven't experienced at least some of these things:   1. Casuarina Cones  This is 10x worse than stepping on a piece of Lego on the ground. All too often a relaxing barefoot day at the beach is thwarted ...


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Vintage South Shore Beaches

Our south shore beaches are some of the most impressive on island, home to huge boiler reefs, swimming coves, rock climbing spots and luxury resorts.              


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Into the Ocean: West Whale Bay

Whale Bay Park consists of a grassy field and small area of woodland surrounding a nearby nineteenth century fort, which now overlooks Port Royal Golf Course. Like Church Bay, West Whale Bay is tucked below a clifftop although the incline is not...


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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 more about...

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Where Have All The Fish Gone?

Two octogenarians who have spent their lives in, on and around the waters of Bermuda are out fishing on an exceptionally flat winter’s day. Long-term friends, they both lived through the Second World War—Donald Canton as a merchant marine an...