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Bermuda Day 6

sunny 29 °C

Today was a relax day. No running around and seeing tons of stuff. I did a short walk through Hamilton, took a picture of Bermuda shorts (which are actually everywhere) and the Birdcage, and then caught the bus to Warwick Long Bay Beach. I spent the day on the beach, sleeping and playing in the enormous waves. A man named Rob came up and complimented me on "my style" saying it looked like I was having a lot of fun instead of just tanning. I walked from Warwick Long Bay towards Horseshoe Bay and stopped in one of the little coves in between because there was no one there. A couple eventually joined me and we talked for a while about biking and outdoors and stuff. They were from New Jersey and the man reminded me soooo much of daddy. :)


Then I took the bus home, tired and happy, and went to check out Harbor Nights in Hamilton which was set up along Front Street. It was pretty fun. There was a cruise ship in the harbor that provided a sweet backdrop for everything. There was live calypso music and an seniors woman's club did a dance which was kinda cute. I had bbq meat-on-a-stick (mmmm mmmm) and did some shopping at the vendors.


Eventually I went home. Harbor Nights was the start of my homesickness. I was just laying on my bed not doing anything, so I decided to go check out The Robin Hood which is an English style-pub near my house. It was pretty cool. I had a drink and then went searching for Canadian beer. :) Malvin joined me but soon got too pushy again. Jeez. I found Flanagan's which is an Irish bar on Front street and their menu said they had Labatt's and Keith's! I was so excited, but it turned out that they don't anymore. I had MGD instead. We went to The Beach Club which was pretty lame in my opinion. I don't like the dance clubs here, so I went home and to sleep. I was exhausted from the sun and surf.

Posted by mtlewis 05:24 Archived in Bermuda

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