Culture

Our Bermuda

Our Bermuda

Building a Boasty Bermy Bonfire in 6 Steps

By Ananda Hill   Are you tired of depending on others to get bonfires off the ground? Or perhaps you have been to a few bonfires and would like to host your own. Either way these steps will help you to get started.      Bonfires on Bermudas beaches are permitted by the Government. However the government requests that the fire be contained on a metal surface/pit of some kind. It is illegal to have a bonfire directly on the…


Our Bermuda

Photo Gallery: In Celebration of Sail!

One of the most beautiful ways to enjoy the summer in Bermuda is sailing. Whether you are laid off on a yacht cruising down the North Shore, kite boarding on the South Shore, windsurfing or sailing a Sunfish in Harrington…


Our Bermuda

Lobsters in Bermuda

There aren’t many places left in the world where you can go out and dive for your own gourmet dinner. Bermuda’s coral-reef environment and its associated marine life make our island a unique place to live, where anyone with a…


Our Bermuda

Hot Summer Nights: Seven of the most romantic places to enjoy a cocktail outside with your lover

The Dock at Waterlot Inn The Dock at Waterlot Inn (101 South Road, Southampton, 238-8000, www.fairmont.com/Southampton-bermuda/dining/waterlotinn) is the perfect setting for a night out with the one you love—if you know how to do it right. You must go on a…


Our Bermuda

Bermuda’s Wild Side

What is the one attraction that all adults remember from their childhoods spent in Bermuda? It has to be the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo (BAMZ), most commonly referred to simply as “the Aquarium.” Ever since its opening in 1926,…

Our Bermuda

The Art of Giving Graciously

 Arguably Bermuda's greatest supporter of the arts, Dick Butterfield has spent a lifetime as ambassador, patron and benefactor, but perhaps his greatest gift (and challenge) - the Bermuda Performing Arts Centre - is still to come. (more…)