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7 Others Types of Pain You’ve Experienced if You’re Bermudian

It's painful being an islander! We took inspiration from your comments on our original post and present to you 7 more kinds of  pain that only Bermudians know.   1. Belly Flop When attempting some new kind of diving acrobatics, you’re guaranteed to have experienced the sting of a belly flop. Depending on the height of the dive, belly flops can even give you bruises! The reason they sting so much is because of simple physics – the larger the surface area…


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Virtual Tourist in Your Own Town: Celebrating the BEST of Bermuda

This weekend, we're celebrating the best our island has to offer.  1. Horseshoe Bay: 8th Best Beach in the World   2. Bermuda from Above and Below by James Doughty   3. Johnny Barnes: Mr. Happy Man   4. Love…


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Vintage Postcards that Will Remind You of the Good ‘Ol Days

Despite the many changes that have transpired in Bermuda over the past 90 years, these vintage postcards, dating back to the 30's, reflect the lifestyle in Bermuda we all love and know. Sailing, sunbathing and exploring Bermuda's spectacular nature have…


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Buying and Cooking Fresh Bermuda Fish

With the Atlantic Ocean on our doorstep, fresh local seafood is within reach year-round - whether you catch it or someone else does. Depending on the weather, tuna and wahoo are most abundant in spring and fall, but they grace…


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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…

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5 Little Known Facts About Paget Parish

Thanks to the location of Bermuda's hospital, most of us can say that we were born in Paget, but how much do we really know about the small central parish?   1. Paget was named after William Paget, 4th Baron…