Bermuda is just as beautiful as I remember it. The first day there I did a private tour with Hiedi of Byways Tours that I had arranged for myself and a few members on the message boards. Fantastic tour would highly recommend doing a tour with Heidi. Her grandfather was the keeper at Gibbs Lighthouse. If you’ve never been to Bermuda and you have an open mind and want to learn about this beautiful island, do this tour. It’s worth it. The next two day I ventured off on my own. I didn’t book any ship tours. Bermuda is very easy to navigate via bus and ferry. I had purchased a 3 day pass which I would highly recommend doing. The second day went over to the Crystal and fantasy caves. Very much enjoyed it. Very interesting story behind these caves. Then spent the rest of the morning and afternoon at St. George walked around the town for a bit then I walked over to Tobacco Bay, which is probably now my favorite spot in Bermuda. Had lunch and a few beers at Buzz Café that’s there on the beach, took a few pictures and walk back into town. Last day in Bermuda I stay at the Dockyard. Walked around Clocktower Mall. Not much there. But good for souvenirs. Had lunch at the Freeport Seafood restaurant which is right next door to the mall. Went into Dockyard glasswork they have glass blowing demonstrations which was great. Purchased a few pieces of glass. And lastly did the National Bermuda museum which offers a great view of the dockyard from up top.
Love Bermuda and Celebrity Summit can’t wait to go back