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Bermuda shorts are the most famous attire for men in Bermuda.
Bermuda is the oldest British Colony.
The typical breakfast in Bermuda is codfish and potatoes.
The famous tree frog, also called the whistling frog, is difficult to find. You can hear them at night and chance seeing them when it rains.
Bermuda has the most golf courses per capita of any location in the world.
Cup Match takes place the end of July and it is the biggest holiday in Bermuda. The 2 day cricket game between the east end and west end team is the focal point.
Bermuda roofs are made from Bermuda slate and timber. They are whitewashed and collect rainwater into tanks stored under each house. The water undergoes a filtration process with each dwelling having their own water supply.
Kite flying is customary on Good Friday. It is a public holiday when families gather to fly kites that many have made themselves.
Dark “n” Stormy is a traditional drink made of Gosling’s Black Seal Rum and Bermuda Ginger beer.
The Gombeys are traditional dancers originating back to the 17th century. They perform with drums and bottle whistles in a magnificent whirl of color and rhythm.
Johnny Barnes is the self appointed “Good Will” ambassador of Bermuda. Every weekday morning from 6am to 10am greets all travelers going into and out of Hamilton.
Bermuda is one large island actually made of of 138 small islands. Bridges and causeways connect the 8 largest islands.
Bermuda has one of the highest concentrations of limestone caves in the world.
The warm waters of the Gulf Stream and safety of the reefs makes the waters off Bermuda home to more than 650 species of fish.
Bermuda’s pink sand is caused by particles of shells mixed with pieces of coral and calcium carbonate.