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Salty Air

It's a funny thing, but I rarely smell salty air in Bermuda. I associate that smell with the coasts of Scotland or Maine where the climate is so much colder most of the year. However, the other day when I took a walk along Warwick Long Bay, the air was so salty I could taste it, a crisp stinging tang in my nostrils and on my tongue. Perhaps that was because of the mounds of Sargasso weed scattered along the beach or because the temperature was definitely cooler that day. Looking at the waves rolling in, I thought of Pablo Neruda's "Ode ...


Holidays

25 Days of Christmas: Decorate with Red!

Enhance your holiday decorating and entertaining this season by re-thinking red! Our creative ideas take the classic Christmas colour and give tradition a twist! Keep it simple and chic by splashing red in your centerpieces, your floral arrangme...


Naturally Speaking

Writers Block

The other morning, struggling with a bad bout of writer’s block, I looked out of a window in my study in search of distraction. Sure enough, I found it, distraction of a cathartic kind. For there was our Allamanda cathartica towering over o...


Nature

A Halo of Hope

Under the auspices of the Pew Environment Group, Bermuda leads the world in initiating an important marine reserve within the outer boundaries of our waters. Bermuda sits within a very special part of the world’s oceans, the Sargasso Sea. T...


Holidays

A Classic Christmas

Rich in history and Bermuda charm, Bellevue Beach Cottage is bedecked for the holidays. Welcome to Bellevue Beach House, built in the 1920s and purchased by the Anderson family in 1932. The Andersons, from Grosse Point, Michigan, had ties to ...

Holidays

25 Days of Christmas: Christmas Covers from The Bermudian Magazine's Archives

In celebration of the holiday season, we dug up a few of our archived covers of The Bermudian magazine! Which one is your favourite?                             ...