Bermuda Tailor Made Holidays – Like a vision rising above the otherwise landless central Atlantic, Bermuda is a temperate haven borrowing traditions from distant British and American shores. Truly isolated (the Caribbean is 1600 kms south), this ink blot of an island group has a culture perfectly encapsulated by the namesake shorts: casual comfort with an overlay of formality. Traditions seem little changed from the time of Queen Victoria, yet there’s a commercial buzz more fitting of a New World boomtown. The legendary pink sands never fail to amaze and offer beach delights for those tuckered out after sessions of croquette, lawn tennis or golf. Tea beckons at the proper afternoon time; at night however, starchy creases are wrinkled away to booming Bermuda musical beats.
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Bermusa shorts, tidy pastel cottages, pink-sand beaches, namesake “triangle” sucking in hapless ships and planes.
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