For all of you who have been following me on my Bermuda adventures, I guarantee and promise you that this will be the very last post from the tip! No fingers crossed, I’m being straight up honest here! I just can’t help but want to share all of the beautiful places that we went to. And it’s not just the beaches there that were nice, but their rock formations and their flora as well. I know, I know, that all sounded super lame and touristy, but bare with me here, you’ll soon understand.
Even though we were docked in Bermuda for 3 days, we still had the chance to go back to the ship each day for our dinner in the restaurant, alongside attending some comedy shows and Broadway acts on the mainstage. Getting on and off the ship was a little bit of a hassle since you have to get approved going through the security of both ways, so once we got back onto the boat for the day, we made sure to find things to occupy ourselves before the next morning.
If you didn’t believe me about the sharp rocks, take a little peak at my shins. Yup, I shot with a band-aid. Absolutely no shame. Why hide the fact that I scraped myself a little while trying to adventure my way across the rocks? Plus, the nude bandaid blended in a little bit better than a giant scab did – at least I think so.
After spending a couple hours at Elbow Beach, we hopped back onto the bus and made our way over to the most talked beach of the island – Horseshoe Bay. And when I say that I spent the day bummin’ around the beaches, that’s exactly what I did – or would beach hoppin’ be a better word for that?
After spending three days on the ship feeling nauseous, I couldn’t be happier to get off and explore Bermuda. We docked at 7 AM, and I rushed to wake myself up, grab a quick breakfast and then pack myself a lunch. A word of caution to anyone that visits Bermuda, everything there is ridiculously expensive – including food. We’d heard from some other cruisers that had been to Bermuda before that a burger can run you upwards of almost $40 CAD, so I wasn’t exactly planning on blowing my souvenir cash on fast food.