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15 Things: Watch the Glow Worms

On the third night after full moon, precisely 56 minutes after sunset, the usually uneventful life of a female glowworms starts to get exciting. She springs up from her home on the ocean floor and heads for the surface of the water, where she radiates an amazing green light to attract her mate. Take your kids to watch the glowworms one evening this summer. The best places? Ferry Reach Park, Flatts Inlet and Shelly Bay. Dates to see the Glowworms this summer: July 6 August 5 September 3 October 3 November 3 Glowworms Explained by Jennifer G...

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15 Things: Enjoy a Dark and Stormy

  It was a dark and stormy night when the Sea Venture wrecked upon the Devil’s Isles, resulting in the colonization of Bermuda in 1610, and it’s a Dark ‘n’ Stormy tradition that Bermudians enjoy 400-plus years later. Made with a dev...

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10 Ways to Get on the Water This Summer (Even if You Don't Own a Boat)!

  1 Rent your personal pontoon party boat Pontoon boats, with their flat bottoms and wide beams, are built for comfort. They are a perfect self-drive boat rental for a family fun day on the water or a party with your friends. Mosey through...

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15 Things: Watch the Sunrise on a South Shore Beach

  Watching the sunrise with the sand between your toes is the perfect way to spend time with family. Bring along a delicious picnic breakfast (including the ingredients for a Tequila Sunrise!) and enjoy the sounds, smells and sights of Berm...

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Can This Island be Saved?

A Tourism Roundtable This issue, The Bermudian takes the pulse of the island’s tourism industry by speaking to five leading members of the hotel, hospitality, retail and tour-boat sectors of the economy. We canvassed their views on a wide rang...

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New Beginnings for a Venerable Church

Historic St. Paul looks to the future after a major renovation. (more…)