We have finally booked our tickets for Thanksgiving. We are going to Bermuda.

Wait. What happened to all those hours I spent salivating over Panama? Good question. At the end of the day, The Boyfriend didn’t want to spend so many hours on a plane for such a short trip, and since I’m such an awesome girlfriend, I gave him the final say. (Plus, he’s paying.)

So, Bermuda it is. I’m excited for several reasons. A) Because it’s a trip and I’m always excited when we travel. B) Because I have never been to any of the Caribbean islands, and while technically Bermuda is north of the Caribbean, it’s all the same in my book. And finally C) Because it’ll be warm!


I’ve only just begun the obligatory obsessive research, so feel free to wow me with your knowledge and suggestions. Where should we stay? What should we do? Where should we NOT stay? Etc. Thanks in advance!

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  1. We stayed at Salt Kettle Inn and really loved it. Rented a motorbike to get around. November won’t be great swimming weather but golf maybe?

    • NamWrites says:

      Thanks! I’ll check out the inn. Is there one part of the island that’s best to stay on? We’re not big golf fans. Any other recommendations?

      • simpletravelourway says:

        The eastern end of the island is mostly large resort style hotels. Salt Kettle is centrally located.

        We spent our time at a variety of beaches (which you could do in Nov too but for reading on the beach and not swimming I think), visiting the botanical garden, the arts center on the far western end of the island, scootering to see various sights and trying Bermuda chowder at various places around the island….It was too hot when we were there to walk on the trail we read about in the central part of the island but the weather would be perfect for that when you’re there.

        We loved Bermuda and you’ll have a great time.

  2. NamWrites says:

    The walking trail sounds great. I will have to check that out. Thanks!

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