Blog Archive May 2013

 
Crystal &áFantasy Caves (Update: May 29, 2013) 
These are the two greatest caves in the island with awesome formations of limestone - stalactites and stalagmites. Regular guided tours available at the caves. But there are many steps to climb down and up. Is it difficult? How many steps to climb? Is it worth? Visitors are asking such questions. Read on to know all about the caves... 
Bermuda Day (Update: May 27, 2013) 
Celebrated on May 24th every year, this is the day that marks beginning of summer in Bermuda. Thousands jam Hamilton City for the celebration on this day and watch the parade of floats, majorettes and bands passing through the streets. This is the most celebrated event other than the Cup Match. And this year, even the Premier of Bermuda joined the show and made some dance moves. Read on to see the full updates...
Top Budget Hotels (Update: May 26, 2013) 
There are many budget hotels in Bermuda that offer fantastic accommodations, location advantage and excellent hospitality. But are all of them safe? That's the question visitors are asking me recently. Read on for full updates... 
Visitors have been asking for the best restaurants, pubs and bars to enjoy live entertainment in Bermuda. Well other than just live music, there are many different entertainment that take place in various restaurants &ápubs including quiz, poetry, comedy shows and more. Read on to know the best choices...
Itinerary for Bermuda (Update: May 22, 2013) 
Visitors are breaking their heads trying to figure out how to best utilize their precious time in Bermuda and make a great itinerary during their visit. People have different choices and different number of days of stay. Read on for my suggestions.... 
Kings Wharf Bermuda (Update: May 21, 2013) 
Loads of visitors are wondering about what the dockyard offers and thinking what to expect there as their cruise ships dock at Kings Wharf pier. They are asking me about things to do there, whether it's better to take a self guided tour rather than taking a cruise line organized expensive shore excursion, or can one walk around the dockyard and visit some attractions. Read on for my updates... 
Bermuda Transportation (Update: May 20, 2013) 
While bus, ferry and taxis are common modes of public transportation, recently a private water taxi service has been introduced in Bermuda. It takes passengers from Dockyard to Hamilton and St. George and can also be chartered. Read on for the full updates including the current rates for gasoline and diesel...
Bermuda Experience (May 20, 2013) 
Visitors are sharing their experiences after having visited Bermuda. Great stories and emotions unveiled! Read on... 
Bermuda eBooks &áTravel Guides (Update: May 18, 2013) 
I have updated my eBooks on Bermuda. They extensively cover topics like top attractions, activities, tours, dining, shopping &ánightlife in Bermuda. Lots of details and pictures. They are ideal for planning a vacation in Bermuda.
Bermuda for Handicapped (Update: May 16, 2013) 
Many visitors have been asking me about the provisions in the island for those who are wheelchair bound or physically challenged. How can they tour around the island, are there vans with ramps? Are the ferries accessible by wheelchairs. Do the buses take wheel chairs etc etc. Read on to get all updates... 
Victoria Grill (New: May 15, 2013) 
The earlier Latin has been transformed into Victoria Grill. This restaurant which has the well known Rumbar at the lower level courtyard, and a takeaway coffee shop, serves nice Southern Coastal cuisine. It's becoming increasingly popular with both locals and tourists. Read on to know more about Victoria Grill...
History of Bermuda (Update: May 14, 2013) 
The real history of Bermuda started when Sir George Somers and his team of sailors landed up in Bermuda in 1609 after their ship wrecked. They started the human settlement and Bermuda went on to become a very rich and prosperous country. But what are the main historical milestones of Bermuda? How did St George become the a UNESCO world heritage site? Does the history still have any bearing in Bermudians' lives? Viewers are asking such questions. Read on for full updates...
Electronic Fog in Bermuda Triangle (Update: May 13, 2013) 
We know that electronic fog is a reality and it can try to explain some of the mysterious disappearances in Bermuda Triangle. However recently a reader sent me his innovative thoughts about this theory and its probable effects in the triangle. Read on...
Suggestions for a better Bermuda (New: May 12, 2013) 
We all love the island, but we still want to make it better. Why not? Suggestions have started coming in. I too have made my own contribution. I hope some day the authorities will consider the views and take some actions. You are also welcome to share your views. Read on for the recent suggestions...
Bermuda Travel Documents (Update: May 11, 2013) 
Planning a visit to Bermuda? Do you know the requirement for passport, visa or other travel documents applicable for you? Requirements do change with time. Read on to find out the latest updates and answers to recent questions.
Destination Dockyard (Update: May 10, 2013) 
This is a great fun-filled festive celebration that takes place at the dockyard during summer on every Monday. Aimed primarily for the cruise ship passengers, it's being again set up this year for another grand show. There will be Gombey dancing, music, vendors selling food &ásnacks, art &ácraft and lot more. Read on for the details... 
2-Day Itinerary in Bermuda (Update: May 9, 2013) 
Does your cruise ship allow just 2 days in Bermuda? Then how do you make a great itinerary and maximize your time in the island. This is the question which many visitors are asking me. Read on to know my suggestions... 
Catlin End to End (Update: May 7, 2013) 
Catlin Bermuda end to end is a cross country race in Bermuda where participants run from one end of the island to the other covering some 25 miles. There are also competitions with horse racing, swimming and more. This year more than 2,700 participants registered and many more unofficially participated along the way. Read on for full updates... 
Fishing Charters (Update: May 3, 2013) 
Bermuda offers some excellent fishing charters for deep sea fishing, reef fishing and even in-shore fishing. Most charter boats are equipped with advance sensors and devices to locate fish. Read on to know about the top fishing boat charters and their offerings... 
 
 
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