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Claws, Paws, Feathers and Fur: Four Great Walks for Your Dog

Bermuda is a small island and many of us may find ourselves without any new places to explore. Worse still, even our dogs seem to be growing tired of walking the same routes and sniffing the same smells. With only 21 square miles it’s no wonder that many of us come down with “Rock Fever.” However, Bermuda’s small size doesn’t prevent the abundance of different habitats - for every mood - from wet marshes to coastal paths, and there are…


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3 Ways to Get Healthy with BermyFresh This Winter

Begin the New Year with the best of intentions and the best of locally grown produce from BermyFresh. Bermuda’s resident urban farm has produced microgreens, baby lettuce greens, herbs and shiitake and oyster mushrooms since 2015. Grown in the absence…


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A Rose by Any Other Name…

When I left the UK and had my first Christmas in Bermuda, I knew I had to adjust my thinking. Where decorations were concerned, it could no longer be simply a matter of the holly and the ivy. That said,…


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Vintage Christmas Covers of The Bermudian

We love looking back at vintage Christmas covers of The Bermudian magazine - It always proves to be an enjoyable jaunt down memory lane and a reminder of how beautiful our island is when dressed up for Christmas time. Here…


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Preserving Poinsettias

Native to Mexico, and known to the Aztecs, poinsettias once were a symbol of purity because of their vibrant colours. Nowadays, in many parts of the world, they are a symbol of Christmas and the holiday season. Bermuda is not…

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Bachelor in Paradise

Travelling through an unassuming narrow dirt road lined with mature palm trees, I turned into the driveway of architect Tripp West’s personal home. After years of watching his amazing architectural designs come to life in our annual Building Design Awards…