Bermuda

Adapting to life on the beautiful island of Bermuda can be a bit of challenge for a city dweller looking to find a balance between work and life.  The island is limited in activities for many singletons to embark on, the best way to learn more about the culture will be the same for many others, never miss a community event. Bermuda is 22 miles in distance and about 4 miles expanded, very small, picturesque and heartfelt.  The locals are extremely nice and humble. Besides the beautiful pink sand beaches and rum swizzle drinks, I’ve learned that there is so much  more to explore in Bermuda.

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The picturistic getting ready to put on a show.
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The Unfinished Church in St. George’s.
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Traditional Fish Chowder.
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A quick pic on the rocks.
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The island’s 3rd Annual Carnaval!
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Colorful Pastels properties and cottages are hallmarks of Bermuda housing.
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An artistic stairwell downtown Hamilton.
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Antique phone booths on the Dockyard.
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A scenic sunset view on the bus ride home.

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Carnaval street pics.
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Urban art display in Pembroke Parrish.
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Salmon Lunch entree @ The Muse.
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I just love this color.
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More Urban art.
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American’s representing at The America’s Cup.

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Team Oracle takes the win!
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A greta way to view the sailing competition.
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The Royal Naval Dockyard.
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The Crystal and Fantasy Caves.