42 Things I Love About Bermuda

Bermuda

1. Avoiding the Triangle

2. Learning very fast that everyone knows each other

3. Exploring the Dockyards area

4. Fresh rockfish (If that’s your thing)

5. Learning how to make a Rum Swizzle

6. Walking around the hip but laid back city of Hamilton

7. Discovering the magic behind the Weather Stone

8. Turquoise blue waters like nothing you’ve ever seen

9. The view from Tucker’s Point

10. Amazing pink sand beaches

11. Learning the history of the Moon Gate

12. Being amazed that Bermuda is less than two hours from NYC and DC

13. Watching the sunset on the dock of the Waterlot Inn

14. Hiring a guide and enjoy driving around the island. The views really are amazing.

15. Picking some fresh hibiscus for the ultimate tropical feel

16. Enjoying some of the many culinary highlights on the island

17. Watching the ducking in St George

18. Learning about cricket during a fierce match

19. Enjoying a Dark n’ Stormy at sunset

20. Eating dockside at Wahoo’s in St. George

21. Staying at the historic Fairmont Hamilton Princess

22. Snorkeling, SUP and just lounging on the beach

23. Lunch at the Swizzle Inn

24. Visiting the unfinished church in St. George

25. Take a ferry around the island to see the island from a different point of view

26. Going out on the town along Front Street in Hamilton

27. Eating the biggest carrots in the world

28. Boat, happy hour, sunset – enough said?

29. Lounging on Horseshoe Bay

30. Finding what makes Bermuda special to you

31. Taking a moment to reflect at the 17th century Anglican St. Peter’s Church

32. Sampling amazing fresh produce at Wadson’s Farm

33. Diving around underwater shipwrecks

34. Just doing nothing

35. Exploring the crystal caves

36. Tour and Tasting at the famous Gosling’s Rum Factory

37. Fish chowder with rum and sherry pepper sauce

38. For guys, wearing shorts, a sports coat and high socks for the ultimate Bermudian look

39. Collecting some pink sand to take home

40. Finding little beaches and coves you can call all your own

41. Walking along the UNESCO recognized colonial lanes in St. George

42. Planning your next trip before even leaving the island

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4 Responses

  1. Andi of My Beautiful Adventures

    I felt the exact same way about it! 🙂 I’m blogging about my trip there right now as well.

    Reply
  2. Fil Resendes

    I will keep this article in my favourites until I go there next year. Thanks for all the info. Great pictures.

    Reply
  3. Chanel @ La Viajera Morena

    What beautiful photos!! Cannot wait to visit in December!

    Reply

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