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Exploring Bermuda. Part 2.

written by Julia Lundin November 5, 2015

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And so our Bermudian adventure continues! In this post I wanted to show you even more stunning views from all over the island. There are pictures here from the Tom Moore’s Jungle (including this friendly guy from the picture above), Somerset Bridge (the smallest working drawbridge in the world) and the Gibb’s Hill Lighthouse. We actually started our adventures by visiting the jungle (my first ever jungle by the way) which can’t compare to anything else with its juicy, lush colours and nature. Tom Moore’s Jungle allows you to not only explore it by walking but you can also experience cave swimming and cliff jumping if you are brave enough (I wasn’t, but Patrik did it all and loved it!) I saw my first ever chameleon up and close and the most incredible, colourful fish in the water. You would normally have to go to the Aquarium to see fish like that, but, in Bermuda, it’s normal! How amazing is that?

We then went to look at the views from the Gibb’s Hill Lighthouse and to see the world’s smallest working drawbridge near Somerset Village. All of the journeys were accompanied by the clearest of the skies and the bluest water ever! While on our way to specific locations we would ask our driver to stop quiet often, because there was yet another gorgeous view that we wanted to take a picture of. It’s actually a great way to see Bermuda! I would recommend you hiring a taxi for half of the day and just drive around. Like I mentioned earlier, local taxi drivers are as good as the private tour guides and you can rely on them to take you to the best places!

Oh and I must mention the food! The most popular dish in Bermuda is a fish sandwich and the island has a competition for the best one. Many restaurants enter it for a chance to hold the title of ‘the restaurant who makes the best fish sandwich’. Bermudians take this competition really seriously and everyone knows which places are the best! And, in terms of the most popular drinks – it’s a ginger beer and rum. There are two main cocktails on the island – Dark & Stormy and Rum Swizzle.

Oh now I really miss this place! Hope you guys enjoy these pictures and my stories! You can visit www.GoToBermuda.co.uk for more information.

Julia x

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Photography by Patrik Lundin

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Natali November 5, 2015 at 1:35 pm

Looking so beautiful and feminine in this floral dress!! I’m not even going to mention how breathtaking Bermuda is!! The nature is simply incredible and sea has that perfect turquoise color!

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Maria November 5, 2015 at 3:43 pm

More gorgeous photos! Bermuda looks like the perfect vacation x

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Morgan November 5, 2015 at 4:17 pm

Such a beautiful place! The dress is so flattering and looks great on you, Julia!

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Ina Nuvo November 6, 2015 at 7:47 am

I´m enjoying those beautiful posts so much! Especially when it´s cold and dark outside 🙂
xoxo
Ina Nuvo

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