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Gecko on a red wall. St. George’s Parish, Bermuda
Let’s face it, a good part of the fun of cruising in being fed delicious meals.
So I’ll just skip the chit chat and post some of the delicious food we ate this past week.
Ala Carte pricing however we had a voucher since the Mr. has Platinum standing and I have Platinum Plus.
Drinks at the Frog and Onion in Dockyards
Secret beaches. That’s right. Of of course other people know about them and other sites might tell you exactly how to get there, if you know what to look for. I’m not telling anyone their names…but I will tell you where they are. Consider it a quest for your next Bermuda vacation to find these lovely quiet spots.
Small Sea Glass Beach – Sandys Parish
There are a few of these around Bermuda. Frankly this one might have been private. I’m not sure, but we heard about it and made our way there. If you take a cruise here and arrive in dockyards it’s walkable however because there are no official sidewalks in parts I don’t recommend it. You can take the bus a few minutes and if he driver has heard of it, they’ll stop for you. However it won’t be immediately visible, you’ll have to walk a ways. There’s not nearly as much glass there as there used to be since selfish visitors have removed it by the bucket load…yes literally. Remember that if we all take from it, it won’t be here in future, so please don’t take it home, there are now penalties for doing so due to many greedy tourists and a picture says 1000 words, and so I leave you with these.