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Into the Ocean: Warwick Long Bay
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Into the Ocean: Warwick Long Bay

Even at peak season, Warwick Long Bay is never as crowded as some of our other major south shore beaches, allowing a far more private, secluded swimming experience. Apart from a public convenience, there are no other permanent facilities as there are at Horseshoe Bay, so we come here for the quiet and the natural, superb beauty of this bay. It is, as its name suggests, very long and its straight stretch of creamy sands beneath the clifftop contrasts dramatically…


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In Full Bloom

This article is from our archives. It appears here exactly as it did in July 2003. Best known for the exquisite floral hats at their annual show, the Hibiscus Garden Club has blossomed from its small beginnings over 40 years…


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Lusher’s Lens

This article was taken from our archives. It first appeared in the February 2005 issue of The Bermudian. The full text appears here in its original form. Pioneer photographer N.E. Lusher captured the essence of Bermuda’s people in the late 1800’s.…


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Be a Tourist in Your Own Town: Sandys

If you don't live in Sandys, you might only know it for its cricket club that competes against the rival, St. George, every summer in Cup Match, but it has much more to offer. 1. Daniel’s HeadDaniel’s Head is a…


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Childhood Picnic by Stuart Hayward

Stuart Hayward contributed a monthly column to The Bermudian back in the 1990s. Although it was over thirty years ago, his memories of growing up in Bermuda are timeless. Mr Hayward wrote Childhood Picnic in July 1991.  Getting out of…

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8 Bermuda Beaches from Way Back When

How much have these beaches and bays changed over the decades? Some very little, others quite a bit. Which is your favourite? Achilles Bay Church Bay Windsor Beach, Tucker's Town Mangrove Bay, Somerset Jobson's Cove Tobacco Bay Ned's Hole overlooking…