Top 10 Things We Learned About Bermuda

We recently traveled to Bermuda for four days. Like most holidays, we could have easily spent way more time there, exploring the country or simply soaking up the sun. We had a great first impression of the island, making several discoveries during our introductory visit. Here are the top 10 things we learned about Bermuda.

#1 – The people are extremely friendly.

We were really impressed with just how nice everyone was here! Perhaps living in such a gorgeous setting puts you in a permanently good mood. Whatever the reasoning, we found that the locals were extremely friendly and helpful. For instance, if you need help with directions to a place and you’re looking at a map, someone will likely come to your assistance and point you in the right direction. Justin and I were on scooters stopped at a red light in an intersection and were confused about which way we should turn to get back to our hotel. A Bermudian who was sitting up on their porch must have heard our conversation and yelled over to us, “Where are you looking to go?” and perfectly guided us to our destination! On another occasion, we were using a GoProΒ to shoot video of some artwork along Front Street in Hamilton. A man approached us asking if we were interested in art, and we got into an in-depth conversation about the sculptures around town. It was very refreshing to be able to easily chat with Bermudians, whether it be on the street or during a taxi ride. It really helped us to learn more about the culture and daily life on the island.

#2 – You must say hello to everyone.

I’m not kidding! Whether you’re walking down the street, getting on the bus, or passing someone in a hallway, you must greet them and even ask how they are doing. If you don’t say hello, good morning, good afternoon, or so on, it is considered to be highly rude and you’ll get a bad reputation there. I might have been a “tourist”, but I try to follow the local traditions as much as possible when I visit a place. I happily greeted everyone wherever I went. And I really enjoyed it, and got quite used to it! I really wish it was like this everywhere. Not to say that Canadians are rude or cold, but I feel as though if I walked down the street in Toronto and said hello to everyone, people would either give me a dirty look or assume I was crazy.

#3 – Bermuda has close ties with Toronto.

I had no idea that Bermudians were so connected to people from the Toronto area or Canadians in general. It seemed as though everyone we spoke with who asked where we were from would say, “Oh, I was just in Toronto a couple of weeks ago!”, “I lived in Toronto for a short while”, “I have family in the Toronto area”, “My wife is from Toronto”, or “I studied at a university in Ontario”. We discovered that many Bermudians study at college or university in Ontario, and have everlasting friendships or relationships with people from the city. On our flight to Bermuda, we noticed that the amount of Bermudians on the flight outnumbered the visitors! Toronto is actually one of the only cities in the world that has two flights daily to Bermuda (Air Canada and WestJet), so you will have no problem getting over there if you’re from this region. The flight is really short for those visiting from the east coast of North America – it’s only two and a half hours from Toronto, and just under two hours from New York City. Bermuda could actually make for the perfect weekend getaway for those living in the Toronto area.

#4 – Bermuda is expensive.

This might be a well-known fact, but we found most things in Bermuda to be more expensive than what we would pay at home. At one spot, we paid $3 for a bottle of water! The average home in Bermuda costs one million dollars, and you can purchase attached townhouses for $750,000. The standard amount for rent in a small apartment can cost $1500 a month and up. After all, Bermuda is one of the most affluent nations in the world, and we saw no shortage of fancy yachts and mansions overlooking the ocean. For some people, it is necessary to work two different jobs to afford the cost of living.

#5 – Bermuda has an abundance of great wildlife.

We discovered many animals that live on the island that make themselves quite visible (or audible!). First of all, what you won’t find on the island are snakes. You won’t have to worry about one slithering across your path when you go hiking. There are also no ticks on the island, and there are rarely mosquitoes. Instead of snakes, you will find many lizards, though you’ll often have to search them out on the sides of tree trunks or hidden in the foliage. What you will see all over the island are wild chickens and feral cats. You can hear roosters crowing and see large groups of chickens walking around one after the other. You’ll also see many feral cats that roam around Bermuda, some being much friendlier than others. Many of the cats approached us and enjoyed some scratches behind the ear. There is a yellow-breasted bird that lives in Bermuda called the Kiskadee. You can recognize its call because it chirps its own name, “Kiss-ka-deeee!” At night, I loved hearing the raucous trills of the tree frogs, and now that I’m back at home, I miss hearing their echoing calls. And of course, I must mention the abundance of fish that live around the beaches surrounding Bermuda. We saw some enormous parrotfishes when we went snorkeling, as well as many other species of fish.

#6 – The unique buildings of Bermuda.

The homes and buildings in Bermuda are painted all sorts of bright colours. There are many pastel-coloured buildings, as well as some brighter ones in more blinding neon shades. It is up to the discretion of the homeowner to paint their house whichever colour that they’d like. Homes tend to be painted every 4-5 years. Pastel pink is a very popular colour as it is reminiscent of the island’s pink sand beaches. However, the most interesting part of the home is actually the roof. All of the roofs in Bermuda are white and terraced. There is no public water system in Bermuda, and each resident is responsible for collecting their own water. It is collected from the roofs of their houses and stored in water tanks for future use. The roofs are painted white because the white cement wash compound sanitizes the rainwater as it runs off into the storage tanks. Also, any debris on the white roof can be easily spotted and cleared away.

#7 – The many modes of transportation in Bermuda.

When you visit Bermuda, you will not be able to rent a car. Driving a car is limited to residents only, and there is a limit of one car per household. Bermuda is the fifth smallest country in the world and the third most densely populated place on earth. Limiting the amount of cars on the roads is definitely a wise choice as there simply isn’t enough room for a ton of them! However, there are many ways to get around the island without needing a car. One popular choice is to rent a scooter. Bermudians are allowed to drive scooters when they turn 16, and aren’t permitted to learn how to drive a car until they turn 18. You’ll see plenty of fearless scooter riders weaving in and out of traffic, putting themselves into sketchy situations. Driving a scooter around Bermuda isn’t for the faint of heart; in fact, it can be quite dangerous. You have to remember to drive on the left side of the road, and navigating the abundance of roundabouts can be quite nerve-wracking for the inexperienced (ahem…me!). If the weather is rainy or windy, don’t put yourself into a dangerous situation if you aren’t familiar with riding a scooter. You can also take the public buses around the island. There are buses that travel to every area of Bermuda, and they’re very easy to figure out. I highly recommend purchasing a bus pass and taking them wherever you need to go. You can also take the ferry to several spots around Bermuda. Pay close attention to the ferry schedule as they tend to operate on limited hours during the weekend and in the off-season (November – April). Finally, you can take a taxi around the island, though this is a very expensive option. You’ve been warned!

#8 – Bermuda has delicious official beverages.

If you enjoy having a drink now and again, you must try the two official beverages of Bermuda – the “Rum Swizzle” and the “Dark n’ Stormy“. The Rum Swizzle is said to have originated at a famous restaurant and bar in town called the Swizzle Inn. It is a rum cocktail consisting of amber rum, dark rum, and a blend of tropical juices. The Dark ‘n Stormy is comprised of Gosling’s Black Seal (a brand of dark rum produced on the island) and the island’s soda beverage, Ginger Beer. If you’re not into mixed drinks, try the ginger beer on its own – it is pretty sweet, but quite refreshing!

The Rum Swizzle

#9 – There are hundreds of caves in Bermuda.

Though there are two famous public caves, Crystal Caves and Fantasy Caves, there are literally hundreds of caves all over Bermuda. In Hamilton Parish, there are over a hundred caves alone that are beneath almost every step you take! You can explore the commercial caves on a tour, or take a tour with Hidden Gems to discover those off the beaten path places that only the locals know about. You can even swim inside some of the caves.

#10 – The Beaches

I wouldn’t dare write a top 10 article about Bermuda without mentioning the beaches. The pink sand beaches is what may attract so many tourists to the island, and with excellent reason. They are breathtaking. These peachy sand beaches and turquoise waters are some of the most beautiful I’ve ever witnessed. We visited the popular Horseshoe Bay Beach (not so crowded during the end of October!) and Clearwater Beach at the Cooper’s Island Nature Reserve. There are a ton of beaches in Bermuda, and you really can’t go wrong with any of them.

 

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59 Responses

  1. I’ll take a Rum Swizzle! Very interesting and informative post- I knew Bermuda was expensive, but one million for the average home?! Doesn’t sound too average!
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    • Lauren
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      It is expensive to live there….still trying to figure out a way to make that happen for us πŸ˜‰ I wish I had a Rum Swizzle right now, too!
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  2. Jenna
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    Interesting facts! Bermuda looks amazing–I would love to visit! It’s great that everyone is so friendly there; friendly locals always make a place so much more welcoming!
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    • Lauren
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      Bermuda is one of the friendliest places that I have been! Even after posting this article, the amount of Bermudians that have connected with me has been amazing. It appears that Bermudians love their country, and for excellent reason!
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  3. Megan Claire
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    Looks like heaven! I had no idea there was such an abundance of wildlife on the island though – very cool! And glad to know we can go hiking without running into any snakes – have just spent the last year hiking the Florida everglades, so we’ve been on constant caution re snakes!
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    • Lauren
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      There are lots of great natural areas that are off the beaten path, and plenty of animals, especially the chickens! And yes, no worrying about snakes! Thank goodness!
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  4. Sammi Wanderlustin'
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    Bermuda sounds amazing <3

    I have a scooter and I can promise you even after 4 years of riding there is *nothing* worse than bad weather!
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    • Lauren
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      I was a bit nervous at first as it was REALLY windy out that day, but later on things seemed to have calmed down so we thought we’d give it a shot! We were able to stick mostly to areas that didn’t have much traffic, and it was a Sunday, which also helped. It was so much fun and I really want to try it again!
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  5. Looks amazing! A friend lived on bermuda for a while and he told us of how expensive it was! Looks incredibly beautiful though. I’d love to visit, but it’s so out of the way!
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    • Ldwb
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      Please tell me you’re being sarcastic!! 2 hour flight from Toronto? Very convenient to get to, more so than the Caribbean!!

      • Lauren
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        I believe Margherita is in Europe, so the flight would take a bit longer than Toronto. πŸ™‚ But for me, it is a quick flight from Toronto! I’m so lucky!
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  6. Angelica @BkChickTravels
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    How funny was it with the animals everywhere? I saw lots of wild roosters and they would hang out at the bar or outdoor restaurant with us!
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    • Lauren
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      Ya they were awesome! They were even walking a bit on the mini putt course in a huge line, one after the other. It was really cute. I loved hearing them, too!
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  7. Wow, there are a lot of things here I didn’t know about Bermuda, and a big congrats on winning the contest that is so amazing. I can’t wait to see your Bermuda video if you post it here πŸ™‚ Interesting to know Bermuda is that much more expensive. I love the look of those beaches, they almost remind me Croatia.
    Katie
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    • Lauren
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      We will definitely post our final video here once it is all done and the contest is wrapped up, as long as we are allowed, that is! πŸ™‚ We’ll also be posting some shorter videos in the meantime along with our reviews and articles for sure. The beaches were absolutely gorgeous. I can’t wait to return sometime.
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  8. Ashley Hufford
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    I LOVE bermuda! Went their last summer and was totally surprised how awesome it was. Drank too many Rum Sizzles, Went Cliff diving off the Spanish Cliffs and chased around wild chickens! Really want to go back for longer! Great post!
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    • Lauren
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      That’s awesome that you got to experience Bermuda! I want to go back for longer as well. Can’t wait!
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  9. Steven
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    Love it. MUST GO SOON!!!
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    • Lauren
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      You really must!!! Maybe wait until April – October to go though, those are their best seasons! Although you could enjoy how much quieter everything is in the winter, but it won’t be quite as warm.
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  10. C
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    Bermy is my second home. It’s an amazing little place with a big personality.
    I miss it every day I am not there. This article made me miss it even more than usual!

    Thank you for the positive perspective on it πŸ™‚

    • Lauren
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      Aw, that’s awesome that it’s your 2nd home! I would love to say that sometime πŸ™‚ Can’t wait to visit again and again.
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  11. T
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    This is great! You’re absolutely spot on all your points. Bermuda is a charming, quirky, sometimes strange & backward, beautiful amazing little place with a ton of history and character.Thank you for taking the time to get to know us!

    • Lauren
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      Thank you! I’m glad that you enjoyed our read! We had a great first impression of the island and the people that live there, so much that we’re dying to go back.
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  12. Dalila
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    Thank you very much for the detailed share of your vacation to my wonderful home. It was an excellent read and I am proud to be Bermudian and even more so so excited that you got to experience the culture of our people! We pride ourselves on our manners and glad that you chose to reciprocate instead of looking at us like “whaaaaat?’ LOL

    I saw that you had the Rum Swizzle and the Dark & Stormy, did you get to try Sunday Breakfast Special Codfish & Potatoes? or any other Bermudian favorite foods?

    Again, I am happy and congratulations to the both of you! Much success in your relationship!!

    • Lauren
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      You should be proud to be Bermudian and I’m glad you are! You have such a beautiful island and everyone that we met was so polite and friendly. We didn’t try the breakfast special as we are both vegan! But we did try some amazing vegan/vegetarian food from around the island and we just wrote another article about that. Even when I return home and write that article, helpful people from Bermuda are telling me about the Vegetarian Society of Bermuda and even more restaurants to try! It seems as though the helpfulness of Bermudians even goes online which is amazing! Thank you so much for stopping by our site and have a wonderful day πŸ™‚
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  13. fellow traveler
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    Swizzle inn (where swizzle comes from) has two locations. The original swizzle in pub in baileys bay (right after the big bridge called the causeway by the airport) and the other newer south shore swizzle is in Warwick. Neither are in “town” mind you Bermudians call the city of Hamilton “town” not any other areas

    • Lauren
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      I think I only saw the original Swizzle Inn, but will have to check out the second one as well if I ever find myself in the area! Thanks for letting me know πŸ™‚
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  14. AL
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    Bermuda is the BEST place in the world!! And you can probably tell, I am Bermudian :-)) Thanks for your share, awesome to see how other people see our normal!!!
    Just wanted to highlight that our roofs are not white to spot debris, although that does help. They are white because the white cement wash compound “sanitizes” the rainwater as it runs off into our tanks…All a part of the process !!

    Soooo happy you enjoyed your time here!

    • Lauren
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      Thank you so much for stopping by! And thank you for sharing the info about the roofs! That totally makes sense and I’m pretty sure that our taxi driver from the airport mentioned that to us, and I completely forgot. Lots of info to remember when I wrote this πŸ™‚
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  15. Rich
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    Hey J + L- just read through your blog. How do you get so many FB likes? I think it’s great! I tried being egan, didn’t quite workout. What platform do you use for your blogola?

    • Lauren
      Lauren
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      I feel like our article was shared somewhere on Facebook, I’m not sure where! But it’s great that so many people like this article!

  16. John Young
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    Excellent piece…fun to read. Thanks for visiting! I love they way you portrayed our island…very honest. I’m a Bermudian with heritage that goes back a few years. And with tourism struggling so badly…it’s nice to see something like your piece.I want people to see our island for what it really is…makes it more special in my opinion. I put a link to it on my FB page…The Ledgelets. Check it out. Glad you enjoyed out little piece of paradise…come back again…and again!

    • Lauren
      Lauren
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      Thank you! I’m glad that you enjoyed it. I was very honest but it was really easy to write wonderful things about Bermuda since it is a very easy place to love! I really hope that more people visit your island. I’ve been telling everyone back at home that it is such a quick and cheap flight from Toronto that you can even spend a weekend getaway there!
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  17. Marysia @ My Travel Affairs
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    Oh please, take me there πŸ™‚ Looks like you had an amazing time! And do count me in for Rum Swizzle!
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    • Lauren
      Lauren
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      Definitely!!! It was so much fun and you should go…and have a Rum Swizzle or two πŸ™‚
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  18. Marda
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    I am delighted that you enjoyed our island. I see that you are vegan, did you particularly enjoy any specific restaurants? If you come in the winter the farmers’ market is open and there are lovely organic veggies available there. Can you tell us more about Hidden Gems?

    • Lauren
      Lauren
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      I would love to go to a Farmer’s Market there! I actually just wrote an entire vegan guide to Bermuda, talking about every place we visited with lots of pictures. You can find it here: http://justinpluslauren.com/vegan-guide-to-bermuda/ As for Hidden Gems, we’ll be writing about our tour with them very soon. Quickly summarized, it was easily one of the best tours I’d taken in my life. We went to lots of off the beaten path locations like Tom Moore’s Jungle, a cave there, a cave that we swam inside, the St. David’s Lighthouse, the Black Horse Tavern for lunch, and a fantastic beach for snorkeling. We had such an incredible time and Ashley was a very knowledgeable guide!
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      • Marda
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        I just read your vegan guide, it is great! I look forward to reading more about the island through your eyes.

    • Ashley Harris
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      You can check out our company website at: http://www.bermudahiddengems.com in order to learn more about our Bermuda eco-adventure, and stay tuned for Lauren’s future posts as I am sure she obtained some excellent footage from her Hidden Gems experience!
      Ashley Harris
      Hidden Gems of Bermuda Ltd.
      Owner/Operator

  19. Anna
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    Really enjoyed this post, because I know absolutely nothing about Bermuda! I’m so happy for you two that you got to go! I had no idea actually that it was that close to the US east coast or of the strong ties to Toronto! I love that they’re all so friendly there. I think island people are just friendlier and happier than those from large cities! I’m looking forward to reading about the breakdown of your trip in more posts!
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  20. Hannah
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    My best friends uncle is from Bermuda- super friendly and makes great drinks- love the swizzles!
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  22. Ashley Harris
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    Your Bermuda Experience blog was fantastic Lauren as it so aptly described our ‘Bermudaful’ country and its people! All the best to you and Justin and we hope to see the both of you again someday for another day of great fun and adventure!

  23. Ashley Harris
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    Tickets round trip from Toronto to Bermuda are at an extreme low going for just under $300 Canadian on West Jets website at: http://www.westjet.com/guest/en/home.shtml;jsessionid=jS6BJfSR73tnBJDCLpjznb9G2KXvbPX3pkd41Mx4Zzdy4X4QMKDQ!1961054090

  24. Love you blog piece on my island paradise! You captured it! Yes we are extremely friendly and we expect everyone to say hello. It is who we are, not every island is like that, but we are! Yes Bermuda can be expansive, actually consider it similar to the cost of your theme park, but it is worth it. However, if you know a local Onion (aka Bermudian) then we can show you the deals of where to stay, eat and visit on the low..I have my friends and people I meet daily contact me before they go so they have the personal Bermudian touch. And Lauren, for those of you who love our native drinks, I know they sell Goslings and Black Seal in stores in the USA, I am sure they have some presence in Canada too, as you say we have big ties there.

    Glad you enjoyed my island! Have a BermudaFul day!

  25. Ale
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    extraordinary!! This is one of the paradise i’d really want to discover sooner or later!!

  26. Charles McCool
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    You had me at Dark & Stormy …

    Bermuda is just one of those places I want to go but have not. Loved your pictures.

    No, don’t pay for water! I bring a Camelbak filtered bottle on every trip. Just fill it with tap water and the filter cleans and purifies. I have saved hundreds of dollars, did not contribute to more plastic clutter, and drank healthier water (most bottled water is unfiltered tap water. Yech).

  27. […] While we didn’t do very much shopping while we were here, we dined at both Cafe Eden and Red Steakhouse during our stay in Bermuda. I really enjoyed walking around and fully absorbing the sights and sounds of Hamilton. It was amongst the first moments we had to soak up the warm sun, feel the cool breeze off the ocean, and admire the huge palm trees. It was finally sinking in that we were whisked away to a tropical paradise. At that moment, we had no idea just how many fun adventures we would encounter throughout the coming days. But, within an instant, we had already fallen in love. […]

  28. Raphael Alexander Zoren
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    No Bermuda triangle for you? Hahaa joking πŸ˜€
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  29. Matt
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    Glad you enjoyed your experience on our beautiful island! Please do come back and this article is a warming feeling to know that Bermuda has touched you in a way that you only understand and you have been able to share that experience with us! You are always welcomed here, and may I mention, possibly planning a trip during the week of our cup match celebrations which you will get to see another side of our culture and heritage (and have possibly more rum swizzle then you can imagine) Usually the end of July until the beginning of August – The Monday to Sunday! Look forward to having you back!

  30. Beth
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    Those are some great facts! I had no idea that Bermuda was expensive– I figured it would be on par with the rest of the Caribbean, which is generally seen as a cheap vacation destination region from the US. Thanks for the heads up!
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  32. Chanel | Cultural Xplorer
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    This is awesome guys πŸ˜€ Thanks so much! I will be sure to say hello to everyone I meet when I travel to Bermuda (and drink lots of official drinks too hehe) πŸ˜€
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  33. Taylor Hearts Travel
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    It sounds and looks like a lovely destination. I guess I’ll just have to add it to my massive travel list!
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  35. Hannah @Getting Stamped
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    Bermuda was’t really on our travel radar, but after reading your post it sounds like a great vacations spot! Will have to start looking for deals.

  36. Marko 'X Ray Cat'
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    Thanks guys for this awesome post. Bermuda has always intrigued me and been on my travel list for long time.
    Thanks to your post I know so much more now πŸ™‚ can’t wait my own exploring to start.
    And of course your whole blog is awesome.

    Love and light,
    Marko
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  38. Blessing @globalfoodbook
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    I’ve heard so many horrible stories about Bermuda triangle that I even vowed not to cross that part of the world. But your post is now making me to have a rethink.

    You have an awesome blog Lauren, keep up the good work.
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