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5 NATURAL Reasons to Love Bermuda

How do we love thee, Bermuda? Let us count the ways. These 5 natural reasons for loving Bermuda were taken from "37 Reasons to Love Bermuda" which featured in our Winter 2018 issue.    1. Bermuda Nights While Bermuda has long been praised for the vibrant brilliance of its daytime colours, it also has nighttime charms with special sound effects. Nightlife starts with the sunset, often a dramatic affair when the sun sinks fast, painting the sea and towering clouds in a blaze of splendour. Then the blue of sea and sky darkens, an...

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Bermuda’s Best Parks and Nature Reserves

Think you've been to every Bermudian park worth going to? Think again! We've created this wonderful little guide with our top park picks. Read on to find out which parks are the best of the best in our following categories.   Native F...

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Through the Camera of James B. Heyl

From 1868 to 1897, photographer James B. Heyl traveled the island, capturing still images of Bermuda and her people. Included in the collection of images were photos of buildings, churches, roadways, streets and sailboats, all of which combined ...

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7 Experiences Every Bermudian Has Had

We may come from different parishes, go to different schools and rep different teams at Cup Match, but there are certain things than every Bermudian can say they've experienced. No matter how different we are, these shared experiences bring us t...

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57 Things Every Bermudian Must Do

So you call yourself a Bermudian? You can’t claim the status if you haven’t done the time.   Climb to the Top of the Lighthouse Standing 362 feet above sea level, Gibb’s Hill Lighthouse is not tall by lighthouse standards, but ...

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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 t...