National Geographic : 1967 Feb
Tiny ferries take you from Hamilton Harbour to Paget, Warwick and Somerset. "We shopped all afternoon and ferried backjust in time for a swim and a swizzle' That's Bermuda! Ninety minutes from New York HALFAX is a tiny island. ilYORK Bermuda, the smiling PHILI island, where cares are forgotten and fun begins. In Bermuda, get ting to the fun is great fun in itself. Little ferries, like this one, pass green islands, stop at old landings, as they carry you to golf, Sunfish sailing, fishing, swimming, sightsee ing in quaint rural villages, tea on the terrace, swizzle parties, and ca lypso entertainment. Horse-drawn carriages for two or four passengers clip-clop along to show you scenes of Old World charm by day, romance by night as stars glow through casuarina trees. Tiny taxis, some fringe-topped, will carry you wherever you wish. To fabulous shopping, lobster din ners, swinging night spots. A favourite way with visitors and Bermudians alike is the motor assisted cycle. Buzz off through lanes shaded by flowering hedges to a beach where the sands are powder pink. To a fast set of tennis. A soc cer or rugby match. Or a yacht race. Or you can park your bike and join usforagameofgolfononeof seven courses-famous for beauty and challenge. Accommodation in Bermuda is as varied as the fun. Ask a travel agent in the U.S. or Canada, or write Bermuda: 610 Fifth Avenue, New York 10020 * 6 N. Michigan Avenue, Chicago 60602.