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On The Cover Rugby Classic by Alan Waring Rugby Classic Schedule. November 10 - 17 2012 - page 12 Message from the Minister of Tourism..................................................  4 Message from the Mayor of Hamilton..................................................... 6 Essential Information..............................................................................  8 Bermuda Ha Ha....................................................................................... 10 In & On the Water................................................................................... 11 Calender of Events................................................................................... 14 Bacardi Spotlight...................................................................................... 20 Art Matters by Lisa Howie....................................................................... 22 In the Arts................................................................................................. 24 Glimpses of Bermuda’s History.............................................................. 29 Heritage Matters by Dr. Edward Harris................................................. 30 Do You Know by Horst Augustinovic..................................................... 32 Golf Across The Island by Paul Adams.................................................. 34 Shopping Guide........................................................................................ 38 What to See & Do.................................................................................... 44 Health & Beauty....................................................................................... 55 Chef of the Month.................................................................................... 56 Where to Eat and Drink Guide................................................................58 Shake it Up................................................................................................ 68 What’s Cooking Bermuda....................................................................... 70 Fold Out Map . . .    Map of Bermuda .................................................................Center of Book Other Maps. . .     Map of Royal Naval Dockyard ................................................................ 46 Map of St. George’s.................................................................................... 54 follow us

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Letter from the Minister

Dear Visitor, Bermuda Department of Tourism Global House, 43 Church Street On behalf of Hamilton HM 12 Bermuda

Tel 441 292 0023 Fax 441 292 7537

the Government of Bermuda and the people of Bermuda, welcome to our Island paradise.

With breathtaking pink-sand beaches, iridescent Dear Visitor: turquoise waters and friendly people our Island Dear Visitor, retreat will seduce your senses and bring a new behalf the Government and the people of meaning On to the wordof “vacation.” OnBermuda, behalf of the Government Bermuda and welcome to our of island paradise. the people of Bermuda, welcome to our Island Bermuda is where rich history, diverse cultures, exceptional natural paradise. Withto breathtaking beaches, iridescent beauty and romance meet. In addition the beautifulpink-sand beaches, Bermuda turquoise waters and friendly people our island has a thriving arts community plus an abundance of activities to keep With breathtaking pink-sand beaches,and iridescent retreat will seduce your senses bring a new you entertained during your stay. turquoise waters andword friendly people our Island meaning to the vacation. retreat will seduce your senses and bring a new Between the months of November and March, the Bermuda meaning to theis word Bermuda where“vacation.” Rendezvous Activities, a cultural programme, offers a rich widehistory, range ofdiverse cultures, exceptional beauty and romance meet. In family friendly activities from guided tours andnatural historical re-enactments Bermuda is where rich history, diverse cultures, exceptional natural to Gombey dancing, glassblowingaddition and cooking. are fortunate to Bermuda has to theWe beautiful beaches, beauty and romance meet. In addition to the beautiful beaches, Bermuda host a number of internationally arecognized sporting events such thriving arts community plusasan abundance of has a thriving arts community plus an abundance of activities to keep the Bermuda Marathon Weekend and the Bermuda Regional Bridge activities to keep you entertained during your stay. you entertained during your stay. Tournament in 2012.

Bermuda is also known the world over for its distinctive historical architecture Between the months of November and March, the Bermuda During your stay, hope you have an you opportunity enjoy our premier and weRendezvous hope that Iduring your stay will havetooffers an opportunity to of explore some Activities, a cultural programme, a wide range establishments, play athe round ofcentury golf, visit one of our ofshopping our family finest features, such as 17th Town of St. George, a UNESCO friendly activities from guided tours and historical re-enactments World to Heritage Site, the City of Hamilton and the Royal Naval Dockyard. Gombey dancing, glassblowing and cooking. We are fortunate to host a number of internationally recognized sporting events such as

However you you choose to your vacation, I amI certain you However choose toenjoy enjoyWeekend yourBermuda Bermuda vacation, am certain the Bermuda Marathon and the Bermuda Regional Bridgeyou will have will have a memorable experience. a memorable experience. Tournament in 2012. Once again, it is my pleasure to welcome you to Bermuda, I trust you

Once again, is my pleasure you to Bermuda. you have a Duringityour stay, I hope to youwelcome have an opportunity to enjoyI trust our premier have a wonderful visit. wonderful stay and we look forward to welcoming you back to our shopping establishments, play a round of golf, visit one of our shores very soon. Sincerely,

However you choose to enjoy your Bermuda vacation, I am certain you Sincerely, will have a memorable experience.

The Hon. Wayne L. Furbert, JP, MP OnceBusiness again, it isDevelopment my pleasure to welcome you to Bermuda, I trust you Minister The Hon.ofWayne L. Furbert, JP, MP and Tourism have a wonderful visit. Minister of Business Development and Tourism Sincerely,

The Hon. Wayne L. Furbert, JP, MP Minister of Business Development and Tourism



Letter from the Mayor

LETTER FROM THE MAYOR OF HAMILTON THE RT. WOR. Graeme Outerbridge Welcome to the City of Hamilton As the newly elected Mayor, it is my honor to welcome you to the City of Hamilton, one of the smallest cities in the world, rich in history, culture and heritage. The original Town of Hamilton was incorporated by an Act of the Bermuda Legislature in 1793. Located in a sheltered harbour in the central and largest parish, Pembroke, it was named in honour of the then Governor, Captain Henry Hamilton. The town quickly became the capital of Bermuda when the seat of government was transferred from St. George in 1815. Following the completion of the Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity, situated some 400 yards east of the present City Hall, the status of City was conferred upon the Town of Hamilton in 1897 to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of Her Majesty Queen Victoria. The City of Hamilton has a resident population of about 1,100 and an estimated daytime population of approximately 13,340 (40% of Bermuda’s working population). This number increases significantly when tourists are added to the equation. In addition to the excellent cuisine that can be found in the city’s many varied restaurants, the shopping is easy and the historic sites are a must see. I can attest to the fact that Hamilton is a delightful capital to get around on foot. Measuring about a quarter square mile, the entire area can be walked in about 30 minutes however, exploring, discovering and enjoying the sites, both historic and new, can take hours, maybe even days. Anyone wishing to explore the City in depth can participate in the Walkway of History tour that was created as part of Bermuda’s 400th Anniversary, in 2009. Plaques have been installed in the sidewalk at various points along the route to identify important sites of architectural, social, cultural or historical significance in the City. This self-°©‐guided tour starts and ends on Church Street in front of the City Hall, and enables the pedestrian to learn about the history of the city and may be taken as a whole or in parts. Brochures can be obtained from City Hall. An electronic version can be found on

Some of the sights to discover include: City Hall Opened in 1960, the building is of traditional Bermuda architecture with a Scandinavian influence in respect of the tower. In 2010 we celebrated the building’s 50th anniversary by reproducing a number of activities that took place at the opening, including inviting some of the workers who helped with the construction. City Hall’s amenities include a theatre, two galleries housing the Bermuda National Gallery and the Bermuda Society of Arts, the Mayor’s Parlour, and the administrative offices of the City of Hamilton. Victoria Park Bandstand Painstakingly dismantled, refurbished and reassembled in 2009, the Victorian Bandstand was originally shipped to Bermuda in 1888 to commemorate Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee in June 1887. At an unveiling ceremony in 2009, a number of the island’s schools contributed items to a Time Capsule buried in one of the posts of the bandstand to be opened in 2109. Wesley Square A purpose built recreational area officially opened in July 2009 to commemorate the men and women who in 1959, with bravery, tenacity and a vision for a better Bermuda, staged a peaceful theatre boycott and protested for equality, freedom and the end to segregation. City Parks There are four large public parks within the City of Hamilton that are open to the general public between 8am to sunset every day. They are: Fort Hamilton, Barr’s Bay Park, Victoria Park and Queen Elizabeth Park recently named in honor of the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II, the second longest reigning monarch in British history. Again, welcome to Hamilton, Bermuda at it best.

In an Emergency… Ambulance, Fire, Police & Marine Rescue................................................................................... 911 Emergency Services KEMH Hospital.............................................................................................................236-2345 KEMH Emergency Dept..............................................................................................239-2009 Police Stations Central.............................................................................................................................295-0011 Somerset..........................................................................................................................234-1010 Southside.........................................................................................................................293-2222 Health & Medical Services Bermuda Allergy & Asthma Relief Centre................................................................292-9258 Alcoholics Anonymous................................................................................................297-0965  Bermuda Diabetes Association.......................................................................................... 292-1595* Bermuda Red Cross......................................................................................................236-8253 * If you have Diabetes and have left your supplies at home, you can call the Diabetes Centre at King Edward VII Hospital. 239-2027 for assistance. Visitor Information Centres (VIC) Royal Naval Dockyard................................................................................................. 238-4842 Hamilton.........................................................................................................................705-9509 St. George’s......................................................................................................................297-1423 Airlines Bermuda is served by major airlines with daily flights from New York, Toronto, Boston, Philadelphia and Atlanta. The following are telephone contact numbers: Air Canada - Flight information.................................................................................293-1777 American Airlines - Flight information.....................................................................293-1556 British Airways - Airport Customer Service.............................................................293-1944 Continental Airlines - Flight information.................................................................293-3092 Delta Air Lines - Flight information..........................................................................293-1024 Jet Blue.............................................................................................................................293-3754 U.S. Airways - Flight information...............................................................................293-3073 West Jet - General Information.......................................................................1-888-937-8538 CREDIT & DEBIT CARD EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBERS HSBC BERMUDA Lost/Stolen EasyLink or Credit Cards: During Business Hours: 299-5518 Lost/Stolen Credit Cards Outside Business Hours: 1 (800) 556-LOST BUTTERFIELD BANK Report lost or stolen credit cards (9:00am – 5:00pm) – 299-3800 or call collect 1-402-222-3600 CAPITAL G MasterCard: 1-812-647-9794 Visa: 1-800-336-8472 Government Transportation BUSES The Central Bus Terminal is located on Washington Street, Hamilton. For information, schedules, and to report lost and found call 292-3851 |






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GOVER NMENT OF B ER M UDA Minis tr y of Economy, Tr ade and Indus tr y Bermuda Post Office




Thomas Anschutz South Shore, Bermuda

André Biéler Front Street, 1922

Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art 1987~2012

Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art 1987~2012



Ogden Pleissner St. George’s

Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art 1987~2012



Albert Gleizes La Maison du Gouverneur

Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art


Dorothy Austen Stevens Street Scene, Bermuda (Elliott Street) Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art 1987~2012

The Bermuda Post Office is pleased to offer “Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art: 25th Anniversary”, a series of six stamps. This collection of commemorative features works of art in the Museum’s collection.



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Frank Small The Welcoming Smile

Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art

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WHIZZ! BANG! November is fireworks month in Britain. Everyone loves fireworks. Like all signs in the sky, they appeal to instincts buried deep in our lizard brains. If you didn’t know you had a lizard brain, relax. Stick your tongue out while reading and see if you catch any flies. The authorities will go to great lengths to stop you smoking a cigarette, but they don’t mind if you buy an arsenal of explosive devices to let off whenever you feel like it. Fireworks can be fantastically dangerous. Boy, do I know that. My brother was born on November 6, the day after Guy Fawkes’ Night. For his fifth birthday, we had a fireworks party in the back garden. The year was 1887, or it might as well have been, given that very little of the actual era, the 1950s, would make much sense today. All our little pals from school were invited over. My father was in charge of the fireworks, so what happened must have been his fault. That was another great thing about the 1950s: people were held responsible for their actions. You youngsters won’t have a clue what that means or why it’s a good idea, so you’ll have to trust me on that. One of the fireworks misfired or misworked after being lit and shot into the giant box of fireworks that Dad had placed at a safe distance from the action. Suddenly, unexpectedly, everything in the box went off at once. It was pandemonium, smoke everywhere. I remember it as clearly as I remember anything. The air was acrid with cordite and sulphur. We ran screaming for cover as fiery death rained down upon us — or flew sideways at us, which is the part I remember the most vividly. No one was hurt, not even in the mad scramble for indoors, but we never had fireworks at the house again. Across the road, however, when I was 14, I placed all the plastic model ships I had built as a yoof in a small pond on Hampstead Heath. A dozen strong, the armada was loaded with bangers, fireworks that go BANG. It is recommended not to let them off in small, enclosed spaces such as plastic ship models. The fleet burned and sank that day. I have only handled fireworks one time since, years later. I became a temporary part of a team setting off a professional-quality 20-minute fireworks display on White’s Island. I was writing an article for RG Magazine, of fond memory. We burned through $50,000-worth of pyrotechnics that night, as I recall, to mark a public holiday, or the introduction of Payroll Tax, I forget which. We spent a whole day practicing, but yes, I singed my hair a bit. This time, however, nothing went off by accident. Half a dozen military men formed the crew, plus one feeble nitwit. We all looked out for each other and nothing, but nothing, went sideways. It’s better that way.

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The genuine cocktail, perfectly made, now available in sleek, 250ml cans. (And the cans are available island-wide, including Bermuda Duty Free.) Cheers.

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CULTURAL EVENTS.............................................................14 Art IN THE COMMUNITY..................................................15 Sports Events..................................................................17 Entertainment ..............................................................19

CULTURAL EVENTS Verdi’s Otello on screen (brought Bda by The Gilbert & Sullivan Society) November 10, Tradewinds Auditorium at Bermuda Underwater Exploration Inst. Info: 5:00-9:00pm. Tickets: *$35 / *$30 students, or 1st Annual Bermuda Comedy Competition: ‘Come Wreck Shop’ November 10, 8:30pm, Ruth Seaton James Auditorium of the Performing Arts, 1 CedarBridge Lane, Devonshire Five hand-selected comedians from the USA compete in a no-holds barred competition. Info: Tel 441 337 6501 The Garden Club of Bermuda presents ‘Christmas in November’ November 17, ‘Orange Valley’, Orange Valley Road, Devonshire As part of their Open Houses and Gardens programme, The Garden Club of Bermuda will be holding ‘Christmas in November’ at ‘Orange Valley’. This elegant old Bermuda home, built in 1802, is brimming with history and has remained in the same family since its beginnings. Info: Tel 441 524 5515 or website Historical Heartbeats Lecture Series November 17, Bermuda National Library, Queen Street, City of Hamilton Film night featuring, ‘The Life and Times of William Sayle’, running time 52 minutes, English. This is the story of Captain William Sayle of Smith’s Parish, who was on three separate occasions the Governor of Bermuda and was also the first Governor of the Bahamas and the first Governor of South Carolina. From 17th century Bermuda to the Bahama Islands and on to Carolina, this film follows the trail of hardy settlers, intent on finding a better life for themselves. Info: Tel: 441 292 1681 or website Regimental Musical Display November 23, City Hall & Arts Centre, Church Street, City of Hamilton This Regimental Musical Display, performed by the Bermuda Regiment Band and Corp of Drums and the Bermuda Islands Pipe Band and Dancers, is held in conjunction with the Friends of Hospice’s Annual Tree Lighting event. Info: Bermuda Regiment, tel 441 238 1045, email The Tempest on screen (brought Bda by The Gilbert & Sullivan Society) November 24, Tradewinds Auditorium at Bermuda Underwater Exploration Inst. Info: 5:00-9:00pm. Tickets: *$35 / *$30 students, or The Gold Tour - Waterville and Paget Marsh Wednesdays 10:00am - 12:00noon, Waterville, Pomander Road, Paget Join Tim Rogers, a local historian, antiques specialist and expert guide at Waterville, an exceptional early 18th century Bermuda house which now serves as the Bermuda National Trust headquarters. View the antiques on display and explore the surrounding grounds planted with a variety of local and exotic flora, including a formal rose garden. A short

Calendar of Events 15 drive away is Paget Marsh, a miraculously unaltered wetland. Step back to pre-colonial times as you enter this quiet oasis, a haven for wildflowers and bird life. Info: Admission: $50 per person; includes light refreshments. Reservation required. Must be booked before 3:00pm on Tuesdays. Bermuda National Trust tel 441 236 6483 or website Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences Tours Wednesdays 10:00am, BIOS, 17 Biological Lane, Ferry Reach, St. George’s Free tours of the BIOS campus and facilities. Info: Tel 441 297 1880 ext 0 or 204 or Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute TOURS Tuesdays, 2:00pm - 3:30pm, BUEI, 40 Crow Lane, Pembroke Explore two floors of interactive exhibits. Info: Tel 441 292 7219 BERMUDA Lectures & Tours: Walks & Talks Tour Daily, Various Times and Locations Private and guided walking tours Info: tours are priced by the hour—contact Tim Rogers tel 441 238 0344 Afternoon High Tea by Sweet P Wednesdays and Saturdays, The Bermuda Perfumery, Stewart Hall, Queen Street, Town of St. George Paula Hayward, Pastry Chef and Nicki O’Connell, proprietors of Sweet P, hosts Afternoon High Tea in the historic Stewart Hall, home of The Bermuda Perfumery. Info: Cash only. Admission into The Bermuda Perfumery is free. Tel 441 747 2060 Gombey Saturdays in the Park Saturdays, Queen Elizabeth Park, (Queen Street entrance), City of Hamilton Don’t miss a lively welcome by the City of Hamilton’s Town Crier followed by an electrifying Gombey performance in Queen Elizabeth Park (formerly Par-la-Ville Park). Enjoy island Calypso tunes on the steel pan before watching Bermuda’s dynamic Gombey dancers. Live Entertainment: 12 noon – 12:40pm, Gombey Performance: 12:40pm – 1:00pm Info: Free. Tel 441 292 0023 Saturday Movies at the Bermuda National Library Saturdays, 11:00am & 2:00pm, Bermuda National Library, ‘Par-la-Ville’, 13 Queen Street, City of Hamilton Every Saturday the Adult Services of the Bermuda National Library features a selected motion picture movie. This is a free service for the public, courtesy the Bermuda National Library and Leisure Time. Check with Adult Services for the current week’s selected movie. Movies shown are usually rated between G and PG-13. Info: Free, Adult Services, Bermuda National Library, tel 441 295 2905

ART IN THE COMMUNITY Bermuda National Gallery Monday - Saturday, Bermuda National Gallery, 1st Floor, City Hall & Arts Centre, 17 Church Street, City of Hamilton The Bermuda Biennial Exhibition The Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary Bermuda Art, sponsored by Bacardi Limited, features 21 artists whose work was juried by international curators Naomi Beckwith and Christopher Cozier. Impressions of Bermuda: The David L. White Gift to the Bermuda National Gallery This exhibition celebrates the recent gift of 51 paintings, a most significant contribution to the Bermuda Collection, representing the vision of David L. White, OBE, Chairman Emeritus, Trustee and ambassador for the arts. With a discerning eye, he acquired a

16 Calendar of Events  comprehensive collection that includes works by important American impressionist artists who visited and painted Bermuda. On display are 46 of the total 77 works of art donated by Mr. White since the museum opened in 1992: “Throughout the last twenty-five years of collecting, I have never thought of these works as belonging to me. I have always known that at some time they would have to be available to all Bermudians.” Bermuda National Gallery: November Art Lecture & Workshop Series November 8, 5:30pm – 7:00pm Come out and enjoy an informative lecture or workshop at the Bermuda National Gallery’s monthly Art Lecture & Workshop series. Topic: Highlights of the Newark Museum Collection with a Focus on Contemporary African Art Lecturer: Christa Clarke, Ph.D, Curator, Arts of Africa and Senior Curator, Arts of Africa and the Americas, Newark Museum, New Jersey Reception at 5:30pm; Lecture 6:00 - 7:00pm Admission for each lectures: $10.00 members; $20.00 non-members Info: Tel 441 295 9428, email or web Bermuda National Gallery’s Art of the Music Series: ‘Reinterpreting the Biennial Exhibition’ November 23, Bermuda National Gallery, 1st Floor, City Hall & Arts Centre, 17 Church Street, City of Hamilton Join us for a musical adventure led by local artists Milton Raposo & Joy T. Barnum, Michael Jones, Brian & Nicola Swan, James Richardson, Makeem ‘Haz’ Bartley, Kate Ross, Heather Nova and John Woolridge as they provide responses to the artwork featured in this year’s Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary Art. Don’t miss this unique, never-to-berepeated event! Tickets: $75.00 members; $100.00 non-members, includes open bar and canapés. Info: Tel 441 295 9428, email or web Thursday Tours @ 10:30am Weekly tours of the BNG take place each Thursday at 10:30 am and admission is FREE. A team of docents (gallery tour guides) are professionally trained for each exhibition at the BNG. Tours on other days or for special groups may be prearranged. Please use the contact form to send an e-mail Dany Pen or call 295-9428. Info & Admission: Free, tel 441 295 9428, email or web Gallery hours: Monday-Friday 10:00am-4:00pm; Saturday 10:00am-2:00pm; closed Sunday. Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art: Monday - Saturday, Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art, Botanical Gardens, Paget 5th Annual Charman Prize Exhibition Come and see the diverse range of artistic expression that our local artists have contributed to the 2012 Charman Prize Competition. Established in 2008 with the opening of the new Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art, the Charman Prize is an annual art prize competition for local artists in Bermuda. Sponsor and patron of the Charman Prize is John Charman, a local businessman and art collector who stated, “I believe that a nation lacking a vibrant art community is a nation missing a critical part of its soul”. The Museum is wheelchair accessible with ramps and an elevator. All artists’ entries are on display. Winners to be announced. “Fantasy Island” Exhibit A special art exhibit in the Rick Faries Gallery with works from the Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art’s permanent collection. Masterworks Museum Super Saturday: “Gombeys” November 24, 10:00am - 2:00pm, Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art, Botanical Gardens, 183 South Road, Paget Enjoy a family day at Masterworks Museum Super Saturday. The theme for this date is the “Bermuda Gombey” where your family can enjoy Gombey themed arts and crafts.

Calendar of Events 17 Homer’s Café will also be open so you can stay for lunch too. Gallery Hours: Monday – Saturday 10:00am – 4:00pm; Sundays 11:00am – 4:30pm Info: Admission: $5.00; free for members and children under 12 years. Tel 441 236 2950 or Thrifty Saturdays Saturdays 10:00am - 2:00pm, Rubber Tree Market, Parking Lot of Warwick Post Office, Middle Road, Warwick Unique finds for shoppers that love to be different. Info: Tel 441 519 1802, email

SPORTS SheROX Bermuda Women’s Triathlon November 3 - 4, 7:00am Race Day, Fairmont Southampton, 101 South Road, Southampton Women tri-athletes compete in a sprint triathlon that includes the swim held off the Fairmont Southampton’s private beach in a protected cove, the scenic bike course followed by the run along Bermuda’s South Road will make for one of the most beautiful triathlon courses in the world! Info: The Bermuda Karate/Kickboxing Organisation’s Skippy KICK Competition November 4, Pembroke Sunday School, St. John’s Church, 127 St. John’s Road, Pembroke Come and be a spectator at Bermuda’s second oldest martial arts event, open to all styles and levels. Info: Tel 441 292 2157 or web Pompano Beach Club: Couples’ Golf Tournament 2012 Package November 5 - 10, Host Hotel: Pompano Beach Club, 36 Pompano Beach Road, Southampton The Pompano Beach Club is host of the 8th Annual Couples Fall Golf Classic. Info: Tel 301 928 7589 Bermuda Squash Challenge 2012 November 15, Bermuda Squash Racquets Association, 111 Middle Road, Devonshire Spectators are welcome to this annual 3-day squash event featuring players from New York, Boston, Toronto, Ontario, London and Bermuda. Info: Tel 441 292 6881 or web Bermuda Amateur Four Ball Championship: Men’s & Ladies’ November 16 - 18, Port Royal Golf Course, 5 Middle Road, Southampton Men’s division 54-Hole Better Ball event. Ladies’ division 54-Hole Better Ball event. Info: Tel 441 295 9972 or website Gosling’s Invitational Golf Tournament November 25 - 29, 7:00am, Belmont Hills Golf Club, 25 Belmont Hills Drive, Warwick Veteran California architect and member of the American Society of Golf Course Architects, Algie M. Pulley Jr., created a magnificent, contoured course layout that maximizes the golfer’s experience while showcasing the Island’s captivating beauty. Panoramic vistas of Hamilton Harbour and the Great Sound provide the backdrop for some of the finest 18 holes on the Island. The greens are built to U.S.G.A. standards and sprigged with Tiff Eagle Bermuda Grass. Bunkers hold the same sand Master’s players try to avoid at Augusta National. Water hazards come in to play on several holes where two large man made ponds complement the dramatic rolling landscape. 72 Stroke Play Golf Tournament: Professional, Junior & Senior Men’s Divisions.

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Professionals play for prize purse of $60,000; amateurs play for gross and net prizes. For special room rates and reservations: Kamila Bean at Newstead Belmont Hills, email Entry fees: $670.00 Professionals; $550.00 Amateurs Deadline for entries: November 13, 2012 and is on a first come, first served basis. Participants will not be confirmed until entry form and full payment is received. Spectator admission: Free; spectator viewing is welcome. For a detailed schedule and information: Info: Karen Marsh, To A Tee, Bermuda Ltd., tel 441 295 4640, email or website Walking Club of Bermuda: November 2012 Various locations November 4 - Hog Bay Park, Middle Road, Sandys November 11 - Shelly Bay, Hamilton Parish to St. George’s (bring money for return bus fare) November 18 - Modern Mart, South Road, Paget November 25 - City Hall, Church Street, City of Hamilton Info: Tel 441 737 0437 or website KICK START YOUR METABOLISM AT FITNESS BAY RESORT Fitness Bay Resort is Bermuda’s first results oriented weight loss program. Enjoy hiking, stimulating cardio, core strength classes, amazing low calorie nutritious cuisine and practical education to help you succeed. Choose from week, weekend, and full & half day programs. Hiking and cycling tours also available! Info: Tel 441 232 2348, email,, facebook FitnessBayResortBermuda

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by Lisa Howie, DIRECTOR

Art & Politics: The BNGs 2012 Bacardi Limited Exhibition of Contemporary Bermuda Art In the exhibition BNGs 2012 Bacardi Limited Biennial of Contemporary Bermuda Art visitors will meet the intersection of art of politics. Using various forms of expression, several artists serve to contextualize the politic of time present or past, each creating their own language, or arrangement of ideas to generate very different discussions. Bryan Ritchie interrogates the construction of gender in How to Make a Princess and How to Make a Prince, two charcoal drawings that are at once playful and gothic. Ritchie says: “My recent work questions long established yet often-unproven principles that guide our decisions.” In the Princess piece, the pairs of bunny rabbit slippers marching toward a vacant canopy bed suggest a girly fairytale, yet there is an eerie atmosphere to the scene. Similarly, the Prince piece focuses on an inflatable bouncy castle with flattened tree shapes stealthily approaching an entrance that looks and feels foreboding. Of no relation, Guluzar Ritchie presents a still from a film with the title Connection. In the centre of the image two cigarettes unite two figures, a male wearing a Muslim cap or taqiyah and a female hand providing ‘the light’ amidst a dark background. Is this work about relationships? Is the cigarette serving as a symbol of creation, and if so, is the artist mocking religion? Or is this image about different genders and races, and the risk of such encounters? Ambiguity allows for so many interpretations. And while there may be visitors shocked at the work of Manuel Palacio, whose use of the n-word is bold and aggressive, there will be others willing to read the subtext and consider the ways in which language is a most potent tool. Charlie Godet Thomas constructs an entirely different language using sculpture and photography. Here is a hollow rectangular shape, as though the artist has drawn the form in thick ink, resting in front of an almost opaque image. In order to see the image we must get closer, enter into the form, to see the ever so faint skull, only to realize where we stand. Interested in the human condition, Godet Thomas says: “I explore the photographic object and transform it through the use of sculpture, installation, new media, collage and photography … to represent metaphysical and emotional concerns.” The Biennial is a rather heady exhibition, giving the viewer much to ponder, while the exhibition in the Ondaatje Wing offers an aesthetic respite. Here is Impressions of Bermuda: The David L. White Gift to the Bermuda National Gallery featuring 46 works, many by visiting American Impressionist painters in the early 20th century.

ANTHONY PETTit By appointment only Bermuda Fine Art, Antique Maps, Books, Prints and Ephemera. Info: 441 292 2482 BERMUDA ARTS CENTRE AT DOCKYARD Royal Naval Dockyard Fostering an appreciation and understanding of the Arts since 1984. Info: Free, 441 234 2809 Monday-Sunday 10am-5pm BERMUDA NATIONAL GALLERY City Hall & Arts Centre, Church Street, Hamilton (Upstairs) Exhibitions change throughout the year and are supported by a variety of interesting lectures, films, and events. Info: Free, 441 295 9428 Monday-Friday 10am-4pm, Saturday 10am-2pm, BERMUDA SOCIETY OF ARTS City Hall & Arts Centre, Hamilton Exhibitions change regularly. Info: Free, 441 292 3824, Monday -Friday, 10am-4pm, Saturdays, 10am-2pm CRISSON AND HIND FINE ART GALLERY Crisson Building, 2nd Floor A large collection of life like sculptures that are hand carved from hard stones by Master Shona Fine Artists of Zimbabwe. Info: Free, 441 295 1117 Masterworks MUSEUM of Bermuda Art Botanical Gardens, Paget This Year Masterworks celebrates it’s 25th anniversary. Info: $5, free for members and children under 12, tel 441 236 2950, Monday-Saturday 10am-4pm, Sundays 11:00am-4:30pm WINDJAMMER II ART GALLERY AT THE FAIRMONT Fairmont Hamilton Princess, Pitts Bay Road, Hamilton Stop by the Windjammer II and catch one of the resident artists painting. Info: Free, 441 295 1783 Monday-Saturday 9am-4pm DNA Creative Shoppe 21 Elliott Street, Mezzanine Level, Hamilton Bermuda’s only online and brick & mortar art supplies store. Info: 441 747 5399, Monday-Saturday, 11am-7pm

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Featuring Artists... Jacqueline Alma and Edwin M.E. Smith currently exhibiting at the BNG’s Biennial

Jacqueline Alma | Fine Artist Born and raised in Cape Town, South Africa, Jacqueline Alma packed her backpack at twenty-one after getting her diploma in graphic design and toured 10 countries throughout Europe. Back and forth between London and Holland she settled in London without knowing where she would work or sleep. She soon found work with an advertising agency and within 18 months was freelancing as a designer/visualizer. Jacqueline studied Graphic Design at a time before computers; she focused on photography, typography, illustration and history but always held a real passion for painting.

In the Arts 25 maiden name and never made mention of it again. On the opening night someone told me that John Charman had bought my painting during his private tour of all the work. He didn’t know it was mine and when he found out that evening, it was quite exciting for both of us. You are currently exhibiting at the Bermuda National Gallery & Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art, please tell us more about these projects. Currently I am exhibiting a painting called ‘Shallow Waters’ in the Bermuda National Gallery’s, Bacardi Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary Art. My subject is a young Bermudian named Kenton. I met him at the gym. He had such a powerful physique, which initially I found quite intimidating. As I got to know him I discovered he writes beautiful poetry as a means of expressing the difficult times in his life. We worked together in my studio for a period of time where I got to know him and learned more about him. During the project, I asked him to write a poem on the backdrop of the set where I painted him. It’s an integral part of the painting. In this years Charman Prize exhibition at the Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art I am exhibiting a portrait of K.A.S.E. I had been to a Heather Nova concert and K.A.S.E.

When everything in the design world went computerized, she decided to go back to studying. Jacqueline attended The Heatherley’s School of Fine Art in London, England obtaining a Diploma in Portraiture, finished her Post Graduate and received a commendation from the Royal Society of Portrait Painters. Just four years ago, with her husband and their now sixyear-old son, the family relocated to Bermuda. Please tell us what inspires you to paint since living in Bermuda and when you showed off your first big piece of work on the island. Nature inspires me; I often walk on the beach early mornings and collect things to sketch. When I first arrived in Bermuda I noticed that there were not many contemporary portraits of local Bermudians. The portraits I did see seemed to focus on individuals sitting in their finery. I saw another side to life on the island and began developing a passion for local Bermudians. I wanted to gain a deeper understanding about their lives, background, childhood, likes, dislikes and views on life. I had actually stopped painting for a while when I became pregnant with my son and focused on raising him for a few years. Having moved and settled in Bermuda my husband and I went out one evening and ran into John Charman, my husband’s boss at the time and the man behind the Charman Prize at The Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art. We asked him to join us for dinner and through conversation made a bet that night that my husband would start getting in shape and I would start to paint again. He challenged me to enter his exhibition, even if it was just a sketch and I thought, I can handle that. I had been practicing Tai Chi and met a woman named Janel. As I got to know her I found that she was an unbelievably grounded person and asked if I could paint her. The painting was titled ‘Janel with Cedar’. We worked on the painting for two months. The idea was that Janel, a maternal Bermudian, held an endangered endemic cedar tree in a nurturing protective pose. Together with her feet grounded, the saplings roots embodied her passion for family and her island. I entered the exhibit under my

performed an opening act. I said to my husband, I want to paint him. A year later I approached Gavin Smith from Chewstick and asked him to recommend a model. With some instruction he sent a young man to my house and when I opened the door in walked K.A.S.E. I spent 3 1/2 months working with him, towards the end we worked together for 13 days solid, 11 hours each day. Sounds like there is a great deal involved with your projects, please tell us more about your process. I paint on linen and always stretch my own canvas. My husband puts the frame together and it takes three of us to stretch the linen over it. I then spend three days priming. This is where the painting starts. I am an incredibly particular measurer and I use a plumb line. I am interested in tone and colour and work exclusively with a limited palate of primary colours. I use a large Santa Fe Easel and my models stand on a platform for 7-8 hours a Continued on page 26

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26 In the Arts JACQUELINE ALMA - Continued day with a 1hour break for lunch. I always work towards the model’s needs, starting with their head in the morning when they are still feeling fresh always making sure that they are comfortable. I wear the same shoes for the entire project and I actually tape them in position so that I am always working in that very position. Likewise I mark my model with tape, the placement of their feet and the props used. Sometimes there are marks left on a painting from the measurements. It’s humbling for me, this process where my models let me into their lives and I am always sad when a painting comes to an end, but in return I am left with a lifetime connection to each model that I have spent time with.

Edwin M.E. Smith – Art & Design

Waiting For Something 1, charcoal and acrylic, 48” x 60”

Bermudian artist, designer and educator, Dr. Edwin M.E. Smith is currently exhibiting at the Bermuda National Gallery’s Bacardi Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary Art. Edwin is a senior lecturer in the Art and Design programme at the Bermuda College. With academic degrees in education and the arts including a recently earned PHD in Fine Arts, Edwin is a true practicing artist spending his days teaching and creating. When did you first discover the arts? I have loved the arts from a very young age. In fact my mother has saved notebooks of mine from primary school that were filled with drawings. I knew from then that my future would be in the arts. Tell us about your current exhibit on display at the Bermuda National Gallery. My work reflects my interests and I appreciate that with the Biennials there exists a showcase that shows the community what its artists are passionate about. For the past five years, my interest has been in the perspectives of Bermudians, by both themselves and by others. I agree with the Bermudian politician and artist,

Monday-Saturday | 10:00am - 4:00pm Robert Barritt who said in 2009, “In most Sunday 11:00am – 4:30pm countries, you can follow their history through their art”. I feel that Art can museum is accessible with ramps and an elevator. reveal much about the environment in The Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art which it is made. I have particularly been is home to an impressive collection of over interested in what Bermudian artists are 1,200 pieces of Bermuda inspired art; some saying about their island’s culture and local by such famous names as Georgia O’Keeffe, issues. I look at what the issues are and I Winslow Homer and Albert Gleizes. The use my art to communicate the issues I am museum shop sells prints and original local interested in. In my current exhibit in the Biennial ‘Waiting for Something’ I ask: are art, a perfect keepsake to take home! To learn Bermudians complacent? Are we waiting about Bermuda’s culture and history there is around for things to happen? We hear stories no better stop on your vacation itinerary. about back in the day, where members of the community came together to get things done. Are we doing that today or are we waiting for someone else to do it? In these paintings I depict real life Bermudians Located in the beautiful Botanical Gardens, standing and waiting. The figures I used five minutes from Hamilton, the museum is were of individuals I saw on the occasion on three major bus routes (1,2 & 7) and is of the funeral for the Honourable Nelson clearly signposted from all entrances. Bascome. They lined the sidewalks to see the procession much the same as a few years before when Dame Lois Brown-Evans and at masterworks the Honourable Freddy Wade had similar Hours of operation processions. Interestingly, however, Nelson Bascome is regarded across much of the Monday - Saturday community as a person who got things done. 10:00am - 4:00pm He would not be classified as a person who Sunday, 11:00am - 4:30pm was waiting for something. Tell us more about your creative method. I take a concept-to-reality approach with my work, perhaps because of my graphic design background. I also make use of a full range of mixed media and often paint from memory. Recently I have fallen in love with the possibilities with the combination of Continued on page 28

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Waiting For Something 2, charcoal and acrylic, 48” x 60”

charcoal and acrylic. I also like to use a full range of values, everything from light lights to dark darks. Tell us about your plans for the future. I am a practicing artist, and I teach and create daily. I understand and anticipate what each of my students is going through. I see them as emerging artists. We gospend a lot of time together and hopefully they benefit from my knowledge and experience and our interaction. I feel that the main difference between them and myself is only that I started this journey a little earlier than they have. I am always exploring new ideas. Currently, I am working on a series of paintings that technically look very much like those I have on exhibit at the BNG. In these works I am exploring iconic images. While the theme continues to of a critical nature, I am intentionally adding an educational element that will hopefully be of interest to younger Bermudians, older Bermudians and to the visitor to the island. I hope to complete it in Stop by Bermuda’s newest art 2013. gallery and watch painters as Edwin is not only surrounded by the creative they create beautiful Bermuda nature of his students but he also shares a paintings. Browse art and local creative interest with his family. His two artistic gift ideas. sons, who for a period were in college at the same time as him, share a love for the arts. His youngest, Micrae, is studying towards a THE FAIRMONT HAMILTON Bachelor of Fine Art in Graphic Design and his PRINCESS HOTEL oldest, Stefan, works as a Risk Analyst while 76 PITT'S BAY ROAD, PEMBROKE TEL 441 295 1783 pursuing a passion for photography in his EMAIL spare time. Edwin’s wife, Shirley Ann, is also WEB creative, particularly in the culinary arts.

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These days, following the advent of a song so named, one is supposed to be “Proud to be a Bermudian”, many perhaps forgetting that sometimes, “Pride comes before a fall”. However, that proverbial pitfall can be avoided, if one looks for pride in things outside oneself, such as the traditional architecture of Bermuda, a unique combination of concept, lime mortar, limewash and the local soft stone. As a Harvard professor of architecture, John Humphreys, elegantly wrote in 1923: “Bermuda’s own older architecture…is eminently appropriate to the climate and other local conditions, harmonious and in scale with its surroundings. It has a unity, charm and simplicity of an architecture that is the unaffected expression and natural outcome of environment and, from it simplicity, is entirely adaptable to the modern requirements of Bermuda.” In this picture of the 1920s, we see a main house on the right with a servants’ (originally slaves’) quarters on the left, the latter having the largest chimney of the three on the property. While oversized for the quarters, the chimney is typical of an early housing complex, where the servants’ home often served as the kitchen for the main house. The roof on the main house has likely been repaired, while that on the servants’ quarters has the undulations of age that many limestone homes in Bermuda exhibit. To save expense and perhaps to mark a lower status, the walls of the quarters are not plastered, unlike the main house, but were coated only with limewash, or “whitewash” as it is called hereabouts. The whitewash would have been as good a protection against the rain as a plaster surface, but it means that one can often see the individual blocks of limestone. That is not unpleasing to those of us who are proud to be Bermudian because of our lovely, unique architecture, as demonstrated by this small home with a oversized chimney. By Dr Edward Harris, MBE


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Heritage MatterS by Dr. Edward Harris, MBE Aerial of Smith’s Fort in 2001 and a plan of its two periods of construction.

four large cannon, firing through embrasures or triangular gaps in the masonry. Studying old documents, the archaeologists determined that the foundations of the towers of the redoubt might be preserved under Durnford’s bulwark and so it proved. The towers were about ten feet in diameter and very well built in Bermuda stone; very few artifacts were found suggesting that the fort was not occupied except perhaps in emergencies. Between the gun embrasures were the rubble-filled merlons and in two of these, to the astonishment of all, were found two burials, one with an American coin minted in Connecticut in 1787 in the pocket of the nightshirt in which the body had been laid to rest. Forensic examinations found them to be males, with growths on their collarbones indicating that they were labourers, possibly stonecutters, masons or boatmen. Durnford’s surviving records shed no light that those two labourers having died during his construction of the Smith’s Fort, so the presence and personages of these two inhumations may forever be a mystery, awaiting cold case archaeological detectives of the future.

Tomb of the Unknown Labourers Smith’s Fort was one of the first buildings made of Bermuda stone within the first year settlement of Bermuda in late July 1612. The settlers, arriving at what must have looked like paradise on earth after the wet grays of the English climate, were immediately put to work raising fortifications to protect their new establishment from Spanish attack. Early in 1613, Governor Moore had them working at Castle Island, to protect the entrance to Castle Harbour, but “he removes most of his men from thence and begins to fall to work in a small island [Governor’s Island] lying on the south side of the harbour’s mouth of St. George’s where with much ado he makes a kind of platform, planted some ordnance upon it and erected a redoubt”, to be named “Smith’s Fort”. It was the lost redoubt of Smith’s Fort that archaeologists looked for in 2001. The redoubt was a very small fort in the style of a late Renaissance castle with two circular bastions and a curtained courtyard to the rear. This was the only such fort at Bermuda, for all the other early works were built in a fashion to house the new technological wonder, the cannon. Had Smith’s Fort survived, it would have been a delightful historic cameo at the entrance of the channel to St. George’s Harbour, between Paget and St. David’s Islands. That was not to be, for upon losing the east coast of what became the United States of America, the British military realized that Bermuda held the key to the defence of the western North Atlantic sea lanes, and the place from where they could control the navy of the new country to the west. At the peace of the American Revolutionary War in 1783, the Royal Engineers—“purveyors of technology to the Empire”—were sent to Bermuda to assess the state of its fortifications and to enhance them for the protection of a proposed naval station. One of the buildings that was severely altered in the 1790s was Smith’s Fort. Captain Andrew Durnford, RE, demolished the 1613 redoubt and replaced it with a bulwark for

The foundations of the two bastions of Smith’s forts revealed in excavation.

One of the labourers’ skeletons was found between the two bastions of Smith’s Fort.

Archaeologists excavate one of the two men buried at Smith’s Fort in the early 1790s.

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by Horst Augustinovic

… That German Prisoners of War were interned in Bermuda during World War I? – Part 1

Some local German residents were also arrested, as was an ex-Boer War prisoner of German birth who refused to swear the oath of allegiance to the British Crown and never left Bermuda after the Boer War. Other Germans were spared this fate, including Heinrich Friesenbruch who had asthma, Wilhelm Frederick Sondy due to his old age, and Captain William E. Meyer, whose company W.E. Meyer & Co. was considered loyal to the British Crown.

While there were approximately 4,600 Boer prisoners in Bermuda during the Boer War, there were never more than about 60 Germans interned here during World War I. The majority of the internees were officers and crew members of the following ships: Bermudian, Cayo Soto, Caribbean, Leda, Kent, Chaleur, David Baird and Vesterland, with the largest group of 38 coming from the Leda. Although some had served in German military services previously, none of the internees were actually military prisoners.

German Prisoners of War on Ports Island in 1918. Photo: National Archives of Canada.

A letter sent by German Prisoner of War Erich Röhr in 1917 to a newspaper in Hamburg, Germany. The letter was checked by Assistant Provost Marshall Captain Charles P. Pitt (top right corner), endorsed ‘OK RB’ by Miss R.S.G. Butterfield, the interpreter for German, and finally censored by the Chief Censor Major William Robert Winter using his handstamp and initials WRW. Erich Röhr was a cook and 23 years old at the time of his internment in Bermuda.

The German prisoners interned at Fort Albert in St. George’s left behind a permanent record of their confinement. This registered letter sent by the Royal Navy in Ireland Island to the W.E. Meyer Boat Yard in St. George’s is an example of the cooperation between the Royal Navy and a German-owned company after the outbreak of World War I. It was mailed on August 14th, 1914, and censored in Hamilton by John P. Hand.

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Wonderstruck is that awe-inspiring feeling that comes from experiencing something magical. Eclectic and traditional with a whimsical flair, every element of the brand is authentically Taylor. A charming and sparkling surprise of vibrant fruits, kissed by a bouquet of soft petals and a touch of sweet indulgence. The flawless beauty of freesia, apple blossom and raspberry spark a swirl of vibrancy and feminine allure. In the heart, a sweet surprise of blissful vanilla is embellished by airy, sun drenched honeysuckle and white hibiscus. Notes of golden amber and sandalwood are woven with a kiss of lush peach.

ARROWROOT GIFT SHOP Botanical Gardens, Paget Works of art by local artists including paintings, drawings, prints, pottery and an extensive list of items made of Bermuda cedar. Books by local authors, note cards with images from Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art permanent Collection. Info: 441 236 2950, BERMUDA BLUE & BERMUDA BREEZE Gibbons Company, Reid St., Hamilton, Peniston Brown, St. George. Perfume Shop, Dockyard, Carole Holding, Front St., Hamilton , & Fairmont Southampton, Brown & Co., Front St., Hamilton, A.S. Cooper, Front St., Hamilton, branch and hotel stores. Distributed By P.D.L. Limited. Fine Perfume. Info: 441 292 1710 BERMUDA JAM FACTORY Available at most stores island wide Six tasty Bermuda themed jams in a range of heats. Glaze it, spread it or dip it. Look out for the new line of “no sugar added james (sneak peak on page 86) and the brand new hot Marmalade!!! Info: 441 535 5267 or 441 535 4328 or Continued on page 40

Available at Gibbons Company, Brown & Co., A.S. Cooper and Carol Holding Shops A.S. Cooper & SONS LTD. Main Store 59 Front Street, Hamilton Cosmetics, fragrances, duty free perfume, fine jewellery with diamonds, precious and semi precious stones in gold and silver. Gifts & collectibles. Info: 441 295 3961 ext 407, CHILDREN 27 Front Street, Hamilton - Infants, Toddlers & Childrens Clothing up to age 14. Info: 441 295 3961 EXPRESS Washington Mall, Reid Street, Hamilton - Juniors fashions & accessories Info: 441 296 6525 Harbourside Pier 6, 24 Front Street - Fragrances, sportswear for missy and fuller figure, fashion accessories and costume jewellery Info: 441 295 3961 Man 29 Front Street, Hamilton - Men’s fashions. Info: 441 295 3961 STUDIO 3rd Floor Main Store, 26 Reid Street, Womens Fashions. Info: 441 295 3961 Dockyard Clocktower Mall, Royal Naval Dockyard - Ladies fashions and accessories, gifts souvenirs & fragrances at duty free prices Info: 441 234 4156 FAIRMONT SOUTHAMPTON 101 South Shore Road, Southampton Ladies fashions and accessories Info: 441 239 7094



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BLUCKS 4 Front Street, City of Hamilton Crystal, bone china, hand painted porcelain, classic table wear. Info: 441 295 5367 BROWN & Co. – THE BOOKMART Reid Street, Hamilton Books from local and internationally acclaimed authors. Info: 441 279 5442, BROWN & Co. - Hallmark Reid Street, Hamilton Gift ideas and greeting cards Info: 441 279 5442, CHATHAM HOUSE 63 Front Street, City of Hamilton A historic retailer of cuban cigars. Info: 441 292 8422

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CRISSONS JEWELLERS Hamilton *16 Front Street, Hamilton Fine Jewelry Info: 441 295 2351, *55 Front Street, Hamilton Fine Jewelry Info: 441 295 2351, *71 Front Street, Hamilton Fine Jewelry Info: 441 295 2351, *Water Street, St. George’s Fine Jewelry Info: 441 295 2351, *Clocktower Mall, Dockyard Fine Jewelry Info: 441 295 2351, GIBBONS COMPANY 21 Reid Street, Hamilton Men, ladies and children’s fashions, fragrances, cosmetics, accessories, jewellery & kitchen and tabletop shop. Info: 441 295 0022

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GIBBONS HOME STORE 18 Church Street, Washington Mall, Hamilton Bed, Bath & Home Décor Info: 441 295 0022 THE GEM CELLAR 63 Front Street, Hamilton A beautiful selection of custom made jewelry and unique designs. Info: 441 292 3042 Outerbridge Peppers Limited Outerbridge’s Original Sherry Peppers sauce has been the Authentic Taste of Bermuda since 1965. A full line of twenty-seven gourmet products including Bermuda Rum Swizzle mix and Swizzle Taffy are available island wide and online for worldwide home delivery. Info: 441 296 4451


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Halcyon Days Bangles Add a certain distinctiveness to any outfit with enamel bangles from world famous Halcyon Days. They provide a sophisticated touch you can’t live without!

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Shopping Guide 43 ONION JACK’S TRADING POST 77 Front Street,, Hamilton Bermud’a original theme store which features the island’ favourite mascot Info: 441 295 1263, PENISTON BROWN, THE FRAGRANCE SPECIALISTS 6 Water Street, St. George’s Fragrances from around the world. 441 405 0005 THE PERFUME SHOP Clock Tower Mall, Dockyard Fragrance Boutique 441 405 0006 P-TECH 3 Reid Street, Hamilton Number one provider and authorized dealer for electronics in bermuda. Info: 441 279 5148, TWENTY 5 REID STREET 25 Reid Street, Hamilton Shoes & boots from Anne Klein, Marc Fisher and Bandolino 441 294 5188 WALKER CHRISTOPHER 9 Front Street, Hamilton Info: 441 295 1466,

MAKIN WAVES DOCKYARD Royal Naval Dockyard Everything for fun, in , on and under the water! Info: 441 234 5319, or visit us on facebook NINE WEST 25 Reid Street, Hamilton, Shoes, boots and accessories, 441 294 5191



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THE IRISH LINEN SHOP 31, Front Street, Hamilton Home fragrances, candles, bath and body products, gift ideas, home décor, children’s boutique including smocked dresses and classic styles, the finest Egyptian cotton bedding and more. Info: 441 295 4089 hodge podge 3 Point Pleasant Road, Hamilton Cigars, accessories, pipes, cigar clips, lighters, souvenirs, watches, knives, postcards, current periodicals & paintings by local artists. Info: 441 295 0647

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COMMISSIONER’S HOUSE National Museum of Bermuda, Royal Naval Dockyard Located within the confines of the National Museum of Bermuda, Commissioner’s House dominates this complex and entire surroundings from its elevated position. Largely constructed between 1823 and 1828, this commanding Georgian ‘house’ epitomizes British imperial style, power and engineering wherewithal during the nineteenth century. An experimental building in several regards, Commissioner’s House may have been the first domestic project anywhere to use cast iron to support its floors and roof.  Rescued from near dereliction through a protracted, award-winning restoration, the building—one of the most important on the island—now houses exhibits on slavery, history of tourism, Bermuda’s connections with the West Indies and the Azores and Bermuda’s military and seafaring history.  Open during regular Museum hours. THE BERMUDA CRAFT MARKET AT DOCKYARD Ireland Island, Sandys A unique outlet for Arts and Crafts where artisans display and demonstrate their work – cedar, ceramics, Christmas ornaments, decoupage, dolls, gems, seaglass, jewellery, needlework, books, maps, prints and more. Open daily, 9:00am - 6:00pm. When the ships are in, the Craft Market stays open until 8:00pm.

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Dolphin Quest Bermuda Maritime Museum, Royal Naval Dockyard Reserve your Encounter Today! 441 234-4464. Get happily lost in a Bermuda Triangle of fun, swimming with our beautiful dolphins in their ocean water safe haven within the old stone fortress now home to National Museum of Bermuda, one of the world’s most extraordinary naval history museums. Create a magical multi-sensory connection when you touch a dolphin that will touch your heart. Dolphin Quest Bermuda is located at The Royal Navy Dockyard, Bermuda’s premier shopping, dining and entertainment destination and cruise ship terminal, and just a short, scenic ferry ride or taxi ride from anywhere on the island. You’ll share and remember your dolphin moments and your biggest and best smiles ever with our fantastic keepsake photos. Visit the Dolphin Deck Gift Shop onsite for the coolest dolphin shirts, hats, toys, books and souvenirs.

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GIBBS HILL LIGHTHOUSE Lighthouse Road, off South Shore, Southampton Soaring to 362 feet above sea level, Gibbs Hill is the second oldest cast iron lighthouse in the world. Stalwarts able to climb the one hundred and eighty five spiral stairs to the top will be rewarded by the breathtaking, panoramic views of the entire island. Call before visiting 238-8069. (Closed part of January and all of February)

Deputy Mayor of Hamilton Donal Smith and Alternative Energy Systems (AES) owner/operator Tim Madeiros have a drink from the new Hydration Station outside of the Hamilton Ferry Terminal on Front Street. The “hydration station” – otherwise known as a water bottle re-fill station – provides free filtered drinking water as part of a plan to reduce plastic waste in Bermuda. The project was initiated by Greenrock (local environmental charity) and sponsored by AES. The City of Hamilton has installed each station and provides the water free of charge,, while Bermuda Air Conditioning will maintain each station and replace filters. Fill up at the following locations! Queen Street entrance to Par-laVille Park, Dundonald Street at Cedar Avenue entrance to Victoria Park, the Bus Terminal, Cavendish parking lot and outside Liberty Theatre.

Dockyard Visitor Information Center Royal Naval Dockyard At The Dockyard Visitor Information Center (VIC) you will find everything you need to have a “Bermudaful” day. Conveniently located adjacent to the Cruise Ship Pier, Bus and Ferry stop, we offer up to date information on transport, local events, attractions and tours. Our friendly staff is on hand to assist you with local knowledge on where to go and what to do. Public Transport passes, wifi, phone cards, and tour tickets are available for purchase. Telephone 441 238-4842 THE ROYAL NAVAL DOCKYARD Ireland Island, Sandys Work began on this massive complex in 1809, not long after the conclusion of the Napoleonic Wars and just before the War of 1812. Envisioned as a strategic British military outpost that would make Bermuda the “Gibraltar of the West,” the Royal Naval Dockyard was built by slave and convict labour. The Dockyard locked its gates in 1951. Since then, the seventy-five acre site has been painstakingly renovated to accommodate museums, a movie theatre, restaurants, The Arts Centre and the Bermuda Craft Market. NATIONAL MUSEUM OF BERMUDA Ireland Island, Sandys Located in the Keep of the Royal Naval Dockyard, this museum has become one of the island’s most frequently visited destinations since being opened by HM Queen Elizabeth II in 1975. Its popularity has increased even more with the recent restoration and opening of Commissioner’s House. Elsewhere on the complex, exhibits chronicle both Bermuda’s association with the Royal Navy and its own interesting maritime history. In addition to a collection of Bermuda-made boats, there are relics from the Sea Venture, maps, the famous Tucker Treasure—collected from the sixteenth-century Spanish galleon the San Pedro—and many more artifacts. Open Monday to Sunday 9:30am-4:00pm (last admission 4pm). Adults $10, seniors $8, children under 13 FREE. For further information telephone 441 234-1333.

HAMILTON AND CENTRAL PARISHES HAMILTON VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE City of Hamilton The Hamilton Visitor Information Centre (VIC) conveniently located at Juice & Beans on Front Street. Here you will find up to date information on transport, events and attractions. Juice & Beans offers delicious vegan and vegetarian fresh baked goodies, all natural smoothies and coffee. Hours: Mon-Sat 7:30am-9:00pm, Sun 12:00pm - 7:00pm Telephone: 441 705 7101 THE ANGLICAN CATHEDRAL Church Street, Hamilton Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity was constructed after its predecessor on the site was destroyed by fire in January 1884. Open Monday to Saturday (Tower admission $3) For further information call 292-4033. THE SESSIONS HOUSE Parliament Street, Hamilton The Sessions House is where Bermuda legislates its affairs. A simple, four-square Georgian structure, the Sessions House was embellished on its southern, ceremonial front during the Victorian era to coincide with Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee in 1887. Tours in the morning 10:30am - 12:00pm and afternoon 2:30am - 3:00pm. For more information call 292-7408. Continued on page 48

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THE CABINET BUILDING AND CENOTAPH Front Street, Hamilton Set back from the street in a park-like setting, the elegant Cabinet Building with its graceful Ionic columns was completed in 1841. This important building houses the Premier’s offices and is where the Senate meets every Wednesday. The Cenotaph outside the Cabinet Building memorializes Bermudians who gave their lives in the two world wars. CITY HALL Church Street, Hamilton Completed in 1960, City Hall is located in the very heart of Hamilton and is the indispensable hub of community activity. It houses the offices of the City of Hamilton and is home to the City Hall Theatre, the Bermuda Society of Arts Gallery and the Bermuda National Gallery. 292-1234. THE BERMUDA NATIONAL LIBRARY Par-la-Ville Park, Queen Street, Hamilton Founded in 1839, the Bermuda Library is a lending library that is also a first-rate reference and research facility. Free Internet service is available. Main library hours are Mon-Thurs 8:30am - 7:00pm; Fri 10:00am-5:00pm; Sat 9:00am-5:00pm; Sun 1:00pm-5:00pm. Privileges extended to visitors. 295-2905. THE BERMUDA HISTORICAL SOCIETY MUSEUM Par-la-Ville Park, Queen Street, Hamilton Abutting the main library, this small museum is a trove of memorabilia integral to Bermuda’s cultural heritage. In addition to fine antique furniture and eighteenth century silver, its holdings include portraits of Sir George and Lady Somers and William Perot, the original owner of the house. Open Mon, C Tues, Wed, Fri, 10:30am - 1:00pm. Admission is free but donations are welcomed. 295-2487 M THE PEROT POST OFFICE Par-la-Ville Park, Queen Street, Hamilton Y The quaint little edifice at the bustling junction of Queen and Reid Streets has historical significance that belies its unassuming size. Nineteenth century Hamilton Postmaster and Assemblyman William B.CM Perot erected the building on the edge of his property, Par-la-Ville, in 1842 and ran it as a post office for MY 20 years. In 1848 he created his famous ‘Postmaster Stamps’ of which only a handful have survived. CY

FORT HAMILTON CMY Happy Valley Road in Pembroke on the outskirts of Hamilton A sentinel that has been protectively overseeing Hamilton Harbour since 1889, Fort Hamilton with K its moat gardens, green lawns, musty dungeons and never-tried artillery is worth a visit. With spectacular views of Hamiton Harbour and the Great Sound beyond it, it is a great place to pause and have a picnic. Open daily 9am-5pm. Admission is free. GOVERNMENT HOUSE Langton Hill, Pembroke This imposing structure is the official residence of Bermuda’s governor, who represents H.M. Queen Elizabeth II. Completed in 1892, Government House was designed by Scottish architect William Hay, whose best-known legacy to Bermuda is the Anglican cathedral in Hamilton. BERMUDA UNDERWATER EXPLORATION INSTITUTE (BUEI) 40 Crow Lane, Pembroke Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute (BUEI) is just outside Hamilton on East Broadway, 40 Crow Lane. See the ocean like you have never seen it before! What lies in Bermuda’s depths? BUEI is designed to amaze, excite and inform every visitor about the ocean. Highlights include a simulated deep-sea submersible; taking visitors for a dive 12,000 feet and survive an attack in a shark cage. Other exhibits not to be missed are the Jack Lightbourn Shell Collection, shipwreck artefacts discovered by diver and explorer Teddy Tucker and marine exhibits including a dive bell, a bathysphere and the space-like Exosuit, an atmospheric diving suit. Great place to visit for all ages! Weekdays 9:00am – 5:00pm, Weekends 10:00am – 5:00pm. Adults - $12.50, Seniors - $10, Children 6 – 17, $6, Under 6 – Free. 441 297-7314. Email: Web: VERDMONT 6 Verdmont Lane, off Collectors Hill, Smiths Parish This fascinating and beautiful old house is one of Bermuda’s most significant historic buildings. Built ca. 1710, Verdmont is a unique example of early Georgian architecture, and has remained virtually unchanged for 300 years. Continued on page 50





AND STILL GROWING Visit for more details. The Crystal Caves are a world of delicate splendour with magnificent crystal stalactites and stalagmites, each surrounding a clear lake. Come see the Crystal & Fantasy Caves, an exquisite world that Mother Nature began over 30 million years ago. HOW TO FIND US: BUS ROUTES 1/3/10/11 | JUST OFF WILKINSON AVE 8 Crystal Cave Road, Hamilton Parish CR 04, Bermuda | 441-293-0640 |


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The museum features an extensive collection of antiques including Bermuda-made cedar furniture, portraits, English and Chinese porcelain and a child’s nursery. The gardens contain an assortment of herbs, old roses and fruit trees; and the sweeping view of South Shore is spectacular. Come for a guided tour to learn anything about Verdmont or simply to enjoy its peaceful surrounds. Tours can be modified to accommodate any interest whether it be about the people who lived and worked in this house, the collection of Bermuda furniture and antiques, the unique architecture of Bermuda and Verdmont’s place in its history. Hours: Wednesdays, 10:00am - 4:00pm. 236 7369

ST. GEORGE’S AND EASTERN PARISHES St. George’s — a UNESCO World Heritage Site — is where it all began, when in July 1609 the Sea Venture — en route from England to the new colony of Jamestown Virginia — encountered a violent storm and was shipwrecked on Bermuda’s reefs less than a mile off what is now St. Catherine’s Point. Miraculously, all on board survived the disaster and rowed ashore to Gates Bay, located at the eastern end of St. George’s. ST. GEORGE’S VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE Town of St. George The St. George’s Visitor Information Centre (VIC) conveniently located at 7 King’s Square, St. George’s. (next to the cannon and ducking stool) Here you will find up to date information on transport, events and attractions. VIC open Monday - Saturday 10:00am -5:00pm Telephone 441 297-0556 World Heritage Centre Town of St. George Located in the Town of St. George’s, the World Heritage Centre is a key orientation and resource point for visitors of all ages. Celebrating the mission of The St. George’s Foundation, the World Heritage Centre is central to the promotion of the Town and Parish of St. George’s. Lively, interactive histories are told through state-of-the art technology, participatory talks, historical re-enactments, and an (ongoing programme of dramatic presentations, cultural activities and special events). Open to the public Monday through Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Admission is $5.00 (adults), $2.00 (children/students). 297-5791 or visit THE DELIVERANCE Ordnance Island, St. George’s A full-scale replica of the Deliverance, one of the two vessels that transported Sea Venture survivors on to Virginia in 1610, is located on Ordnance Island across from King’s Square. The St. George’s Foundation have restored the Deliverance and it is now open Monday – Saturday, 10 am – 4 pm. Admission is $3.00 (adults), $2.00 (children/students). KING’S SQUARE Town of St. George The official, ceremonial centre of St. George’s, King’s Square acquired its name in 1818 when it was named in honour of King George III. Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday until November 30, 2011, the town crier, colorfully decked out in tunic, breeches and tricorn hat, rings his bell and shouts “Oyez! Oyez!” (Hear Ye!). This is to convene his `tribunal,’ which will mete seventeenthcentury justice to a nagging wench at the ducking stool nearby. By all means try out the stocks for yourself. This is a fun photo opportunity. TUCKER HOUSE Water Street The only museum in St. George’s furnished as a period residence, Tucker House offers a glimpse into the lifestyle of a prosperous eighteenth-century Bermudian merchant. Built around 1752, Tucker family treasures are in evidence throughout the house, including fine family portraits by Joseph Blackburn. A Bermuda National Trust property, Tucker House is open Wednesdays & Saturdays, 10:00am - 2:00pm Admission $5. 297-0545

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THE GLOBE HOTEL Globe Hotel, King’s Square Across the street from St. Peter’s Church, this distinctive dwelling was built in 1700 by Governor Samuel Day. During the American Civil War its upper floor was occupied by a Confederate Shipping Agent from where he organized the shipment of arms, uniforms and war supplies through the Union blockade to the South. It now houses the Confederate Museum and hosts the “Rogues and Runners” exhibit, highlighting Bermuda’s participation in the American Civil War. Open Mon. - Sat. 10am-4pm. Admission $5.students $2. 297-1423.

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ST. PETER’S, Their Majesties Chappell Duke of York Street Situated in appropriate loftiness above the main street of St. George’s, St. Peter’s Church is one of the island’s most beloved landmarks and is the oldest Anglican church continuously occupied in the New World. The first church on the site was constructed in 1612 of native cedar and a thatched roof. This original edifice was replaced seven years later by a more permanent structure that lasted almost a hundred years, until the hurricane of 1712. Following this disaster, the church was again rebuilt. Open Mon. - Sat. 10am-4pm. Anglican service 11:15am Sundays. THE OLD RECTORY Broad Alley, St. George’s, behind St. Peter’s Church Built in 1699, this charming cottage on one of the numerous picturesque back streets in St. George’s is one of Bermuda’s oldest houses. Acquired in 1700 by Captain George Dew, an unsuccessful privateer who became a St. George’s assemblyman, The Old Rectory acquired its current name when it became the residence of the Rev. Alexander Richardson in the last quarter of the eighteenth century. Outisde viewing only. ST. GEORGE’S HISTORICAL SOCIETY MUSEUM Duke of Kent Street and Featherbed Alley Built around 1734 as a private residence, Mitchell House is a fine example of eighteenth-century Bermudian domestic architecture and has been home to the St. George’s Historical Society since 1920. Open Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs, Sat. Adults $5, Children under 12 $2 BERMUDIAN HERITAGE Museum Samaritan’s Lodge, Intersection of York and Water Streets St. George’s newest museum was formed in 1994 to preserve and document the history of black culture and achievement in Bermuda. Displays include a fascinating assortment of memorabilia relating to the many areas in which blacks have made a contribution since first arriving on the island in 1616: shipbuilding, piloting, construction, nursing, music, sports and politics, to name a few. Open Tues-Sat 10am-3pm. Admission $4. 297-4126. CORPORATION OF ST. GEORGE Town of St. George Town Hall, the handsome building commanding King’s Square and bearing the town crest was begun in 1802, a few years after the Corporation of St. George’s was founded in 1797. The State House, located up a gentle elevation behind Town Hall, is one of the island’s oldest, most historically important buildings. Erected around 1620 by Governor Nathaniel Butler, the State House is open to the public 10am-4pm on Wednesdays only. (10 - 2 May 1 - Oct 31) THE UNFINISHED CHURCH Duke of Kent Street, St. George’s The impressive Gothic vestige that looms over the town of St. George’s was begun in 1870 as a replacement for St. Peter’s, which had fallen into a state of serious disrepair. Outside viewing only. The structure is unsafe – please heed the warning signs. Designed by William Hay, the Scottish-born architect who later drew the plans for Hamilton’s cathedral, the St. George’s church was abandoned in 1899 when near completion. FORT ST. CATHERINE & MUSEUM St. Catherine’s Point, St. George’s Fort St. Catherine stands on the site of one of the four towers that Governor Richard Moore erected along Bermuda’s coast around 1613. None of these original towers, the first English forts in the New World, survive. The present, completely restored structure, dates from the mid-nineteenth century and is home to fascinating exhibits including military guns and weapons. 75% of the fort is wheelchair accessible. Open Mon-Fri 10:00am-4:00pm. Continued on page 54

A great way to see Bermuda and all its attractions Regularly scheduled buses operate at frequent intervals to most of the destinations throughout Bermuda which visitors may find of interest. Bus stops are indentified by pink and blue poles. Poles that are pink indicate service inbound to the City of Hamilton. Poles that are blue indicate service outbound from the City of Hamilton. The table below lists many of the destinations that visitors ask us about most frequently. Alongside each destination is the number of the route(s) serving that destination, the appropriate fare zone, and the times buses leave The Central Terminal in Hamilton. If possible avoid the rush hour. The best time to travel by bus is between 9:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m. and after 6:00 p.m. Destination Route Number Fare Zone* Buses Leave Hamilton** L.F. Wade International Airport 1,3,10,11 14 Zone 09 15 21 33 45 57 Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo 10,11 3 Zone 09 21 33 45 57 Belmont Hills Golf Club 8 3 Zone 05 17 29 41 57 Botanical Gardens 1,2,7 3 Zone 05 15 17 29 41 45 53 Crystal Caves of Bermuda 1,3 14 Zone 15 45 Royal Naval Dockyard 7,8 14 Zone 05 17 29 41 53 Elbow Beach 2,7 3 Zone 05 15 17 29 41 53 Gibbs Hill Lighthouse 7 3 Zone 05 17 29 41 53 Grotto Bay Hotel 1,3,10,11 14 Zone 09 15 21 33 45 57 Horseshoe Bay 7 3 Zone 05 17 29 41 53 Mangrove Bay (Somerset) 7,8 14 Zone 05 17 29 41 53 Maritime Museum 7,8 14 Zone 05 17 29 41 53 John Smith’s Bay 1 3 Zone 15 45 Surf Side Beach Club 7 3 Zone 05 17 29 41 53 Fairmont Southampton Hotel 7,8 3 Zone 05 17 29 41 53 St. George’s 1,3,10,11 14 Zone 09 15 21 33 45 57

* See Bus Fare Information for additional details on 3 and 14 Zone fares. ** Departures on the hour and minutes past the hour from The Central Terminal in Hamilton.

Bus service in Bermuda is operated by the Bermuda Department of Public Transportation (DPT). Bermuda is divided in 14 Zones, each about 2 miles long. Fare Category Cash (Exact change only. Dollar bills not accepted) Tokens Tickets (Tickets are sold in Booklets of 15) Visitor 1-Day Transportation Pass Visitor 2-Day Transportation Pass Visitor 3-Day Transportation Pass Visitor 4-Day Transportation Pass Visitor 7-Day Transportation Pass

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54 What to See & Do CARTER HOUSE Southside Road, St. David’s Carter House was probably built in the 1720s by John Hayward and his wife Martha, reputedly a descendant of Christopher Carter, one of the two Sea Venture survivors who stayed behind when the vessel’s other passengers continued on to Virginia in 1610. Acquired by the St. David’s Historical Society, this small house with its unusual ‘welcoming arm’ stairs has been converted into a museum that commemorates the pre-war agrarian traditions of St. David’s. Open Saturday 10:00am-4:00pm.


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ST. DAVID’S LIGHTHOUSE Mount Hill, St. David’s Constructed of Bermuda stone, this 55-foot structure is one of two local lighthouses. Lit for the first time in 1879, its fixed white light enabled navigators to take cross bearings with the flashing beacon emitted by Gibbs Hill lighthouse way up the coast in Southampton. Open 9-4, Mon-Fri from Nov - Mar. Admission is free. CRYSTAL CAVES & FANTASY CAVES Wilkinson Avenue, Bailey’s Bay Two young boys discovered this magical underground world comprising stalactites, stalagmites and a clear, fifty-five foot deep lake by accident in 1905. Subsequently it has become a leading attraction for visitors who can now also visit a nearby sister site, Fantasy Cave. A café and a gift shop are also located on the premises. Crystal Caves, which is on the bus route between Hamilton and St. George’s, is open seven days a week except on public holidays that occur during the winter months. Open 9am - 5pm. Last tour for Crystal Caves 4:30pm, last tour for Fantasy Caves 4:00pm. Admission – One Cave Adults $20.00, Children $8.00. Both Caves Adults $27.00, Children $10.00. Ages 5 thru 12 are considered children. Children under five enter free. 293-0640. THE BERMUDA AQUARIUM, MUSEUM AND ZOO Flatts Village Located in picturesque Flatts Inlet since 1928, this ever-evolving educational institution has over the years become one of the island’s leading destinations for tourists and residents alike. It is a must-see for anyone with children. Open daily 9am-5pm except Christmas Day. Last admission is 4 pm. Admission: Adults $10, children $5. 293-2727.

Dr. Troy Tweed, Chinese Healing Arts Ltd.

MINI HEALTH & BEAUTY DIRECTORY DERMATOLOGY & SKIN CARE CENTER Sea Venture Building, 19 Parliament Street, Hamilton Our advanced centre offers anti-aging treatments as well as: Thermage, Face lift Treatments, Botox, Lunchtime Peels, Acne Treatments, Facials, Vein Treatments, Massage, Waxing & Eyelash Perm. Dr. Alexander C. Romeo, Ms. Willi Lawrence R.N., Leanda Wallis-Heeb Complimentary Consultation: Ms. Lawrence at 441 295 9963 ELAN CLINIC The Mount, Penthouse Level. 10 Cavendish Road, Pembroke The Élan Clinic offers you excellence and value in highly personalized medspa services. Start now, and get that beach body you have always wanted! Info: 441 296 7439 or 441 295 8529, CHINESE HEALING ARTS Ltd. 71 Middle Road, Warwick Dr. Troy Tweed is a licensed Acupuncturist and a Thai Chi Instructor. He treats weight problems, low energy, emotional health, sports injuries, allergies, stress, depression, headaches and migraines. Info: 441 236 4000 27th CENTURY BEAUTY SALON 92 Reid Street, Hamilton The Beauty Salon offers manicures, pedicures, acrylic nails, eyebrow waxing and threading, braiding and all other hair services. Info: 441 292 2628 FITNESS BAY RESORT Fitness Bay Resort is Bermuda’s first results oriented weight loss program. Enjoy hiking, stimulating cardio, core strength classes, amazing low calorie nutritious cuisine and practical education to help you succeed. Choose from week, weekend, and full & half day programs. Info: 441 232 2348,, Facebook: FitnessBayResortBermuda


Taijiquan • Training • Health Products • Teas Hobby Store • Toys • Professional acupuncture

441 236 4000 • 71 Middle Road • WaRWick Wk 06 (opposite Warwick Pond)


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Beverly Allen | Q’s BBQ Q’s is an authentic barbeque restaurant owned by Brenda Augustus Spencer. It is located where the former Brenda’s Poolside Diner & Ice Cream Parlour was. Q’s is open every day from 11am to 10pm. The menu offers different kinds and styles of barbeque ribs, chicken and other dishes. Let’s meet one of the Chefs that works at Q’s – Beverly Allen. How long have you been working at Q’s? I have been working at Q’s since the first day they opened. Q’s opened in March 2012. Were did you work before joining Q’s? I used to work for myself. I used to own a restaurant at Mid Atlantic Boat Club; I was a chef owner for 4 years. Business started to decline last year so I was forced to close the restaurant and look for a job. Are there any dishes that you’ve created in the menu? I have one of my own recipes in Q’s menu. It is the Taco Salad with fresh vegetables and topped with fish, chicken or beef. What is the best selling dish at Q’s? The best selling dish is the barbeque ribs. However the pull pork with sweet mash potatoes is becoming more and more popular among our customers.

What are your plans for the future? In the future I would like to open my own restaurant, again. I would like to own an international restaurant where every month I will have chefs invited from all over the world. Can you give us some recommendations for lunch and dinner? For Lunch I recommend: Greg Steak Sandwich or Brenda’s Fish Sandwich, both served with coleslaw and fries. For Dinner I recommend: Saint Louis ribs with macaroni and cheese served with freshly home made coleslaw or fresh steamed vegetables.

Gold Coast Rum Punch Gosling’S Gold Rum Bermuda Gold Liquor Orange juice Pineapple juice Grenadine Bitters

What can customers expect when they come at Q’s? You can spend all day long at Q’s. We have a public pool and an ice cream shop packed with ice cream, sweet candies, smoothies and different types of cakes. We also have Happy Hours from 5 pm – until late.   DRINK SUGGESTION by April Gosling Naude. Available at Gosling’s Stores



Bacci The Fairmont Southampton, Southampton A taste of Tuscany on the South Shore, Bacci’s talented chefs prepare traditional Italian dishes with passion and authenticity. From handmade artisanal pastas to classic comfort foods like Chicken Parmesan and Fettuccini Alfredo, each plate is lovingly prepared using the freshest seasonal ingredients. Sweeping views of the ocean, our golf course, and The Gibbs Hill Lighthouse provide the perfect backdrop for dinner with family and friends. It’s Italian with a passion...bravo Bacci! Info: 441 239 6966 or 238.8000, ext. 6966, BOLERO BRASSERIE 95 Front Street, Hamilton Busy, lively, and bustling Brasserie/Bistro atmosphere, good food, friendly efficient service, and an overall enjoyable relaxed dining experience. Info: 441 292 4507, bonefish bar & grill 6 Dockyard Terrace, Dockyard Happy atmosphere, fun music, wonderful indoor/outdoor bar and dining, and views of the waterfront. Delicious food from the land and sea. Info: 441 234 5151, CAFÉ Amici Clock Tower Mall, Royal Naval Dockyard Enjoy Italian cuisine and culture, breakfast lunch and dinner served, best Pizza in Dockyard. Info: 441 234 5009, CHOPSTICKS 88 Reid Street, Hamilton Dine in or out Chinese Fare. Info: 441 292 0791, COCONUT ROCK Reid Street, Hamilton Delicious food and now serving Yashi Sushi in the dining room. Info: 441 292 1043 Continued on page 60

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441 297 6231 22 Richmond Road, Hamilton

441 292 4507 MONDAY - FRIDAY | LUNCH: 11:30am - 2:30pm | DINNER: 6:00pm - 10:30pm SATURDAY | DINNER: 6:00pm - 10:30pm SUNDAY CLOSED

60 Where to Eat & Drink  ELIANA’S FINE DINING 106 Southroad, St. David’s At Eliana’s choose from premium cuts of steak, seafood & lamb, cooked to perfection. Along with fresh vegetables & salads and the most mouth-watering desserts. Info: 441 777 0555 EAST MEETS WEST Bermuda’s Favourite Indian and Continental Cuisine. WEST At The Golf Academy in Southampton. Info: 441 238 8580 EAST Bermudiana Arcade, 2nd Floor 27. Info: 441 295 8580

It alian Cult ure & Cuisine

FLANAGANS IRISH PUB Emporium Building, 69 Front Street Bermuda’s only Irish Pub & Restaurant offerng a cozy and friendly atmosphere to both Locals and Tourists. Info: 441 295 8299,

Café Amici is located in the heart of the Royal Naval Dockyard, on the corner of the Clocktower Mall. Open 7 days a week.

FROG & ONION PUB Cooperage Building, Royal Naval Dockyard A pub lover’s dream, with everything on the menu named after old English pubs. Great food & great atmosphere. Info: 441 234 2900, GRIFFINS St. George’s Club, St. George’s Griffin’s Bistro and Bar at The St. George’s Club is open for lunch and dinner every day of the week except Wednesday. On Sunday we also have the most spectacular extended Brunch 3:00 pm - the “Feast in the East” that is rated as one of the best on the island. Breakfast is also available on Saturday morning. Info: 441 297 1200

Breakfast 9:00am - 11:30am Lunch 11:30am - 6:00pm Dinner 6:00pm - 10:00pm Sundays Codfish & Potato Breakfast 9:00am - 12:00noon Lunch 12:00noon - 5:00pm

Henry VIII Restaurant, Sushi Bar & PUB 69 South Road, Southampton Breath taking views, Old English Charm, traditional English dishes, European cuisine, freshly caught local fish, sushi and live local entertainment. Info: 441 238 1977,

441 234 5009

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Amore Bermuda, is a colourful coffee table style cookbook packed with recipes, stories and the many influential characters in Chef Livio Ferigo’s life.

441 295 8299

Available at local book stores, Bonefish Bar & Grill and Café Amici.

A Taste of Land & Sea Bonefish Bar & Grill is located in the heart of the Royal Naval Dockyard just across from the Ferry Terminal. Sit down to exquisite views of Bermuda’s breezy Great Sound, award winning Chef & plenty of food. Open 7 Days A Week 11:30am - 5:00pm 6:00pm - 10:30pm Bonefish Bar stays open until 1am

441 234 5151


Where to Eat & Drink 

Jasmine Fairmont Southampton, Southampton Elegant and relaxing, Jasmine, just off the lobby is the ideal spot for meeting, greeting or simply relaxing. Your favorite cocktails are served throughout the day and evening along with an elegant selection of small plates, snacks, and sinful desserts. Our tea sommeliers host our special afternoon tea daily with all the trimmings: freshly baked scones, jams and delightful tea sandwiches. In the evening enjoy live entertainment at Bermuda’s home of the quintessential martini. Info: 441 238 8000, LIDO RESTUARANT & SEA BREEZE LOUNGE Lido Complex, Elbow Beach The Lido’s Complex offers 2 of Bermuda’s most loved dining experiences. Info: 441 236 9107 Lobster Pot and Boathouse Bar 6 Bermudiana Road, Hamilton Bermuda’s oldest fish eatery. Info: 441 292 6898, The Newport, a Gastropub Fairmont Southampton, Southampton Let your hair down, take off your jacket and tie and get ready to experience The Newport, a Gastropub. It’s an imaginative, innovative culinary adventure featuring modern and creative cuisine inspired by the classics. Our warm and cozy atmosphere lends itself to watching major sporting events, while enjoying friendly service, great food and a creative line-up of handcrafted draft beers and fine wines. Start off with our charcuterie station and fresh raw bar, then explore our original menu that draws upon locally-sourced products and modern versions of classic dishes served with a fun twist! Info: 441 238 8000, The Ocean Club Fairmont Southampton, Southampton Great seafood...simply prepared and served surfside. There’s nothing better. The Ocean Club’s new approach combines the freshest local catch with the relaxed atmosphere of a seaside setting. Take in the ocean. Soak up the sun. Let the breaking waves be your soundtrack. Bermuda’s best ocean views are just as much a part of this experience as the seafood. Come from the beach, come for dinner, come for a cold, crisp glass of wine or a frosty beer. Info: 441 238 8000,


Conveniently located in Hamilton, offering traditional pub fare, as well as our famous pizza. We offer state of the art satellite coverage of all your favourite sporting events and teams. Sit inside and revel in our lively atmosphere or sit outside on our oversized patio. We offer superior service in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. 25 RiCHmond Road, PembRoke | 441 295 3314 |


OUTBACK AT FLANAGANS IRISH PUB Emporium Building, 69 Front Street, Hamilton No matter what team you’re routing for, you’ll always have the best seat in the house at Flanagan’s Outback Sport Bar. Info: 441 295 8299, Pizza House Pizza House with 3 Locations, choose from 21 toppings! HERON BAY PLAZA, SOUTHAMPTon. Info, 441 238 2753 SHELLY BAY PLAZA. Info, 441 293 8465 St. David’s, Southside. Info, 441 293 5700


441 295 3314





PORTOFINO Bermudiana Road, City of Hamilton Portofino features the best pizza on the island, and homemade pasta dishes are topped with traditional and innovative sauces. Try the fresh local fish or imported calamari, clams and mussels. The menu is extensive and interesting specials are offered daily. Info: 441 292 2375 ROSA’S 121 Front Street, Hamilton Bermuda’s Best Tex-Mex Cuisine. Info: 441 295 1912 Robin Hood Pub & Restaurant 25 Richmond Road, Pembroke Bermuda’s # 1 Sports Bar offers traditional pub fare and their famous pizza. Every Tuesday night is Quiz night! Info: 441 295 3314,



Call us for details... RESERVATIONS CALL 441- 238-1977 EMAIL: HENRYS@LOGIC.BM • WWW.HENRYS.BM 69 South Road, Southampton, Bermuda




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Where to Eat & Drink 

SALT ROCK GRILL & SUSHI BAR 27 Mangrove Bay, Somerset, Bermuda “The ONLY thing we over look is the ocean” Info: 441 234 4502,, Swizzle Inn EAST Bailey’s Bay Home of the original rum swizzle, great pub style food, evening entertainment and popular patio. Info: 441 293 1854. SWIZZLE INN West 87 South Shore Road, Warwick, Home of the original rum swizzle, great pub style food, evening entertainment and popular patio. Info: 441 236 7459.

Bermuda’s Best tex-mex Cuisine!

somerset country squire 10 Mangrove Bay Road, Somerset Bermuda & English dishes, outside dining and take out service. Info: 441 234 0105 The Waterlot Inn Defining Bermuda’s steakhouse experience for nearly 350 years, the historic Waterlot Inn remains Bermuda’s best. Serving the finest prime aged steaks and chops, this classic dining room has introduced a newly updated and inspired menu that spans time-honored signature specialties and incorporates bold new flavors. Fresh ingredients, unique preparation and award winning service surrounded by warm furnishings are the hallmarks of The Waterlot Inn.

121 Front Street, Hamilton 441 295 1912

The Dock at The Waterlot Experience our chic, new waterside lounge at The Dock at The Waterlot. Sip a refreshing drink from our locally-sourced cocktail menu while you watch spectacular sunsets over sparkling Jews Bay. Enjoy a beautiful Bermuda evening on our contemporary, stylish loungers listening Continued on page 66

R e s ta u R a n t & B o at h o u s e B a R

Bermuda’s premier seafood restaurant for more than 40 years. Sailors and landlubbers meet to enjoy the best in fresh fish and other delicious food for lunch and dinner. This summer, enjoy bistro dining on our patio.

R e s ta u R a n t & B o at h o u s e B a R

Monday to Friday: Lunch: 11:30am to 4:30pm Dinner:

4:30pm until closing

Saturday: 5:30pm until closing Sunday:

6:00pm until closing

Closed Public Holidays

Located on the corner of Bermudiana & Gorham Roads in Hamilton. Reservations


dine in Or Out CHinese Fare 88 Reid Street, Hamilton 441 292 0791


Where to Eat & Drink

to great music under a canopy of stars. Join us for grilled fare straight from the outdoor kitchen in the comfort of our dockside living room. The Dock has a chill, sexy vibe, perfect for catching up with friends or relaxing with your special someone. Info: 441 238 8000, VICTORIA GRILL 29 Victoria Street, Hamilton The perfect place for that important business lunch or power dinner, gatherings of friends, or simply to enjoy an intimate dining experience for two. Info: 441 296 5050, Windows on the Sound Greet the week with a Bermuda tradition...Sunday Brunch at Windows on the Sound. Classic brunch items take the table with Island classics sourced from Bermuda’s local harvest – and prepared by our seasoned Bermudian chefs. The bountiful buffet features made-to-order omelets, Belgian waffles, smoothies and so much more. Breakfast is served here daily and is enjoyed by hotel guests and Bermudians alike. Info: 441 238 8000, Wickets Sun, socialize and dine poolside with family and friends. This thoroughly refreshing option for lunch, dinner and snacks features a fabulous variety of creative burgers, sandwiches, salads, shakes and more throughout the day. Hang out on a chaise, relax in the sun and enjoy light bites at Wickets every day from noon ’til 8:00 pm. WOODYS 1 Boaz Island, Sandys Great Food, Great Drinks and Great Atmosphere! Info: 441 234 2082 YASHI Reid Street, Hamilton The most delicious Sushi!!! Eat inside Yashi or in the Coconut Rock dining room. Info: 441 296 6226

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By Simona Terceira

What can people expect when they come to the Frog & Onion Pub? Charles & Michael: Frog & Onion is a pub lover’s dream, with everything on the menu named after interesting local places. The food is excellent, as are the cocktails, the ale and the atmosphere. The food caters to every palate, from hearty English pub fare and light European dishes to a selection of fresh local fishplates. Once inside the pub we can guarantee that you will have a memorable time. We both like to create new drinks every day and we like to name them after our customers.

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Absolut Vodka De Kuyper Blackberry Liqueur Midori Cranberry juice Ginger Beer



Gosling’s Black Seal Rum Cruzan Mango Rum Midori Orange juice Pineapple juice Grenadine

Charles Souza

Bartenders | Frog & Onion Pub

The Frog & Onion Pub is a great stop while you are in Dockyard. The Pub has four dining areas including the Cooper’s Room, which features their famous giant original stone fireplace as its centerpiece. The three other dining areas include the Admiral’s Room, which is great for private parties. The bar area, where you can watch your favorite team on one of the large television screens while enjoying brewed-on-site ‘Dockyard Brewing Company’ beer. There are two outdoor dining areas, the Beer Garden Patio and the Victualling Yard Deck where you can sit and view the amazing historic stone buildings that surround it.   As soon as you walk into the pub you find happy, helpful, and entertaining bartenders behind one of the largest bars in Bermuda. ‘Charles Souza’ and ‘Michael Scott’, two charming bartenders are familiar faces among the booze-swigging community of Bermuda. They both started working in the industry right after high school. Charles started work at the age of 15 at the Fairmont Hamilton Princess front desk. He worked there for three years and after that he tried his luck as a bartender. Since his first day as a bartender at Mr. Onions he knew that this is what he wants to do for the rest of his life. Michael started at the age of 15 as a helper in the bar at Portofino. However, after observing and assisting the regular bartender, he soon managed to become well enough versed in the art to become a bartender himself. Charles joined Frog & Onion in April 2011 and Michael joined it in 2009.

Rum Swizzle

Gosling’s Black Seal Rum Gosling’s Gold Bermuda Rum Angostura Bitters Pineapple juice Orange juice Grenadine

Bull Frog

– a loud mix of Parrot Bay Coconut Rum De Kuyper Blue Curacao Sprite Sour mix

Charlie’s Angel

Absolut Vodka Cointreau De Kuyper Watermelon Liqueur

Limoncello Cranberry juice Pineapple juice Ginger Beer

Frog & Onion - A must-see stop while visiting Bermuda, make sure to pick up a t-shirt at the gift shop. It’s connected to the Bermuda Craft Market, so you can do some shopping after a bite to eat or a quick drink.


This Month ENTER TO WIN CHef Barry Cohen’s WHAT’S COOKING BERMUDA COOKBOOK!!! Visit page 70 & 72 and ENTER

TO WIN a What’s Cooking Bermuda Cookbook!!!

Simply try out one or all of the recipes featured, visit www. and tell us how you made out. Be sure to use the shopping list from Lindos and visit to download a printable version. All Ingredients can be found at: Lindo’s Market & Pharmacy 4 Watlington Road, Devonshire 441.236.5623

Lindo’s Family Foods & Pharmacy 128 Middle Road, Warwick 441.236.1344

• Two Duty Free Store locations at the Airport • Bermuda’s only company that specializes in Duty Free sales • We service ALL commercial flights, 365 days a year • All popular brands of liquor, cigarettes, perfumes and watches plus Bermuda specialties and GosIing’s Black Seal® merchandise • Duty Free shopping made convenient with no packaging mistakes and no missed deliveries Allowance is generally 200 cigarettes and one litre of liquor per passanger. Please call for further details

Warm Breaded Goat Cheese Salad

with Dried Cherries & Toasted Pecans serves 1 Ingredients: 2 slices fresh goat cheese   (1 ounce slices,   put through a breading station) 4 ounces fresh mixed greens ½ ounce dried cherries ½ ounce toasted pecans ½ teaspoon sherry vinegar 2 teaspoons extra virgin olive oil ¼ teaspoon balsamic syrop Salt and pepper to taste

FREE DELIVERY to Cruise Ships and Yachts

Recipe from Fairmont Southampton Princess

Avoid Disappointment - Order Early! (Yachts require purchase of goods 24 hours prior to departure).

Combine 1 cup balsamic vinegar with ¼ cup honey and reduce over medium heat until syrup consistency. Refrigerate until well chilled. Slice goat cheese into discs. Put through a breading station, flour, egg wash and bread crumbs. Place in refrigerator and chill. Combine all other ingredients except balsamic syrup into a mixing bowl and toss until well combined. Place into a salad bowl. Drizzle the balsamic syrup over the top. In 350°F oil, deep fry goat cheese until golden brown. Remove from oil and allow to drain on a paper towel. Place goat cheese while still warm over the salad and serve immediately. Wente Riverback Riesling 2009 $14.25 Suggested by April Gosling Naude. Available at Gosling’s Stores WINE SUGGESTION:

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Corner of Front & Queen Streets, Hamilton 298-7337


What’s Cooking Bermuda

Seared Salmon

with Brussels Sprout Leaves & Beets SERVES 4 Ingredients: 4 salmon fillets, seasoned with salt and pepper 4 ounces brussels sprout leaves Sear the salmon in a hot pan and cook to desired doneness. Drop Brussels sprout leaves into boiling salted water for approximately 30 seconds. Toss leaves in butter and salt and pepper.

Recipe from Fairmont Southampton Princess

Serve immediately. Beets 1 cup veal stock ¼ cup raspberry vinegar 2 tablespoons white sugar 2 ounces finely diced onion

½ ounce sliced garlic 1½ pounds diced cooked beets 2 tablespoons cornstarch softened with tablespoons of water

Saute onions and garlic until tender. Deglaze with raspberry vinegar. Add sugar to dissolve. Add veal stock. Add Beets and simmer about 5 minutes. Thicken with a cornstarch slurry. Salt and pepper. KenWood VineyardS ruSSian riVer PinoT noir 2009 $21.50 Suggested by April Gosling Naude. Available at Gosling’s Stores WINE SUGGESTION:

Peanut Butter & Chocolate Fritters SERVES 2 Ingredients: 1½ cup flour 2/3 cup brown sugar ½ teaspoon baking powder ½ teaspoon salt ¼ teaspoon baking soda 3 tablespoons chopped peanuts 3 tablespoons chopped chocolate ½ cup buttermilk 6 tablespoons peanut butter 2 large eggs 2 teaspoons vanilla extract

Recipe from Island Restaurant Group

Mix the dry ingredients together. In a separate bowl mix wet ingredients. Then blend the wet into the dry until smooth. Carefully drop 1 tablespoon of batter into 2 inches of 350°F oil. Cook for 1 minute. Sprinkle powdered sugar over fritters and garnish with Raspberry and Peach Coulis. WINE SUGGESTION: Sandeman

Fine TaWny PorT nV $17.75 Suggested by April Gosling Naude. Available at Gosling’s Stores

This Week in Bermuda - November 2012  

Bermuda's #1 Guide for Visitors & Locals.

This Week in Bermuda - November 2012  

Bermuda's #1 Guide for Visitors & Locals.