Sunday afternoon we reached our dock at King's Warf Bermuda. It's such a beautiful island Travis and I both said we could live here but the average house cost 3 million. I had no idea Bermuda was so expensive. There crime rate is really low, they have no sharks, and the water is amazing.
This was the best I could get my camera to capture the color of the water. It's lighter than this and warmer than any pool, pond, or lake I have ever swam in in Maine.
Me on our balcony in our room enjoying the view and anticipating getting off the boat to explore Bermuda. I was so anxious. I was like a little kid trying to keep from bouncing off the walls.
This is the house the leader of Berumuda made for himself as a fortress when they thought they might be under attack. Bermuda is a U.K. property to this was all done with the approval of the King at the time.
These look like lemon trees but they are actually a different fruit all together and I can't remember the name of it but when it turns brown you peel of a flexible woody type skin and eat the inside which is just a thin layer of white gooey texture around a pit. Tasted most like a banana to me but obviously different.
These cannons were build the same time the fortress was built to defend themselves. Thank goodness Burmuda has never been attacked. They fired 2 cannons at a Spanish boat coming their way just as a warning and the boat changed it's course. That was it.