Bermuda Blog Archive March 2013

 
Bermuda Customs Duty (Update: March 25, 2013) 
Visitors are asking me what kind of items and food they can carry while visiting Bermuda. What are the limits, duties and what about the duty free allowance? Read on for the recent updates and answers to such questions... 
How to rent a small boat, nose in at some of the beautiful islands, have a swim, snorkel, nature walk and an exclusive picnic. Read on to discover...
Bermuda Boat Rentals (New: March 20, 2013) 
Great boat rental companies offering self operated motorized boats for exploring the water areas of Bermuda
Bermuda Beach Art Festival (New: March 18, 2013) 
The annual Beach Art Festival is coming up shortly. The artists from all over the world along with local sand artists will create amazing artwork on the sand using rakes. All the artwork last only until the next tide washes them away. There are great prizes and other entertainment on the beaches as well. Read on for full updates... 
Somerset Long Bay Beach (Update: March 12, 2013) 
This lovely beach in Somerset (Sandys) has been one of the great attractions in the western end of Bermuda. But recently this beach started showing signs of neglect and there have been some strong observations by some tourists. Read on... 
Internet Cafes and Access (Update: March 9, 2013) 
We all know that Bermuda is always ahead in technology and modernization, and has plenty of wi-fi internet access all over the island. But the charges can be substantial. Visitors are asking me if there are any hotels, restaurants and pubs that offer free wi-fi service. Read on for my answers... 
Bermuda Vacation Guide (Update: March 7, 2013) 
The high season in Bermuda is about to start and many have already started their Bermuda vacation planning rigorously. Several viewers have already asked me how to go about planning a great vacation in Bermuda. This link will offer step by step guidance on how to do so. Read on... 
Mini Golf Course (New: March 1, 2013) 
A beautiful lush mini golf course (18 holes par 65) has been opened at the Royal Naval Dockyard grounds. The cruise ship passengers wanting to play a game of mini golf can now easily access this facility. Although it's a mini course, it still requires good skills and strategy. Read on ... 
 
 
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