Bermuda in Pictures #InBermuda

Before visiting Bermuda, I hadn’t a clue at what there was to do there. I knew there were beaches — pink sand ones actually — and that it was a popular port stop on cruises from the northeast. My daughter also warned me not to get sucked up in the Bermuda Triangle … But that was about it. Bermuda was just a dot in the Atlantic to me.

Now that I’m back from a blogger trip hosted by the Bermuda Department of Tourism, I can safely say Bermuda blew my expectations away. As much as I want to shout from the rooftops how absolutely awesome Bermuda is — I also, selfishly, want to keep it all to myself. Why? Because the islands of Bermuda are like no other than I have been to in the Caribbean. It’s tropical with a British feel — clean, friendly and safe, with a ton to see and do … beyond the pink sand beaches.

Bermuda is almost too good to be true.

Take a look for yourself and let me know what you think:

white roof house bermuda

bermuda pictures

fort catherine bermuda

blue water bermuda

bermuda flag

moongate bermuda

st george street bermuda

unfinished church bermuda

crystal caves bermuda

bermuda lighthouse

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  1. […] This anchor ornament was a last minute purchase because I couldn’t find a fancier one anywhere on the island. I was hoping for a glass ball with some of Bermuda’s pink sand, like my ornament from Maui — though I did take a small bottle home with me to make my own. Bermuda was one of the most beautiful islands that I’ve ever been to, and I hope to return at some point with my family. {Check here to see what I’m talking about!} […]

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