Wednesday, February 06, 2008

Instead of rain

It's February and ordinarily cold in many a place, not to mention snowing. But here in Bermuda we've been awarded a week of sunshine that's making it quite nice and hot (you won't be needing soup of any kind to warm the cockels of your heart this week). It's even hot enough to get a tan. And for that I'm thankful.

6 comments:

food experiences and experiments said...

hi, i came across your blog. i'm thinking about going to Bermuda in a month (flight+hotel for 3 nights at Grotto Bay is $430 which seems like a good deal to me). i'm assuming it won't be warm enough to take a dip in the ocean, but would it be warm enough to at least walk on the beach? what about other activities during the time of year? thanks.

~ Ms. Cute Pants ~ said...

Hello! The price you mentioned is a wicked deal and it is so because it's off season. Yes it will definitely be warm to walk on the beach, as long as the sun is out & if you're lucky and you have weather like we are this week, then a dip in the water is definitely in the books for you. I would def check out the Aquarium, Dockyard (Musuem, Dolphin, Glasswords Co, RumCakes Co), St. Georges walking tour of town. Please also check out the EVENTS CALENDAR on this site: http://www.bermuda.com/
Hope that helps...

~ Ms. Cute Pants ~ said...

Oh and I forgot to mention, definitely go on a ferry ride & perhaps a bus ride, route #7 which takes you onto South Road for a fabulous view of all the beaches on the south side. Also check out Gibbs Hill Lighthouse, climb up to the top to see spectacular 360 views of the island!
Enjoy!

bermudabluez said...

Glad you are enjoying your sunshine and warm temps. We are experiencing yet another really awful ice storm tonight!

~ Ms. Cute Pants ~ said...

I know...I heard, BB! I feel for you guys. Stay warm & safe.

food experiences and experiments said...

thank you for the suggestions! i'm glad there are other things to do in bermuda other than the beach. sometimes i find that the beach is the only thing to do in the caribbean down south.

from your experience, what has the weather been like in march? when it rains, does it usually rain for long and/or the whole day or does the sun come out after the rain? if i do end up going, then i'm really hoping for sun so at least we can walk around, maybe hike, and definitely explore. thanks.