We boarded the ship from New York on a cold May day, 45 oF. Here are two beautiful pictures of New York taken from the ship.
After two freezing days at sea, we arrived in Bermuda and enjoyed three days of sunshine and warmer temperatures.
Bermuda counts 65,000 inhabitants. Our ferry guide explained that they love their queen and are very proud to remain a British colony. They pay no taxes and are pleased with their politicians. Unlike you, he said to the American crowd.
The capital of Bermuda is Hamilton and the touristique city is St. George. These pictures are taken in Hamilton.
You can travel from the Royal Naval Dockyard where our ship anchored to Hamilton by ferry, 20 minutes, or by bus, about 45 minutes, across a gorgeous countryside.
Main street is lined with European boutiques, the type you like to watch but would never dare to step inside.
The festival of Hamilton takes place every Wednesday at the harbor, with music and Gombey dances, art and craft, food and drinks.
Guess what I found in Hamilton in the one and only bookstore ??? Cindy Thomason's HQ novel,
An Unlikely Family, in such an unexpected place. LOL
If you like to travel and love to read, come and enjoy my international romances. I will take you around the world through stories that simmer with emotion and sizzle with heat~
BABIES IN THE BARGAIN, winner of 2009 BEST contemporary romance at READERS FAVORITE and 2009 BEST ROMANCE NOVEL at Preditors & Editors Readers Poll.
Rx FOR TRUST: 5 stars at Readers Favorite.