Fish sandwich on raisin bread – Bermuda cuisine

Though most is imported, food is very good in Bermuda.

A local favourite is fish on raisin bread with cole slaw on the side.

The Wharf is one of the three major restaurants in St. George’s town. Here’s the vista from my table.

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LIVE offline language translation

I need this.

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Right now, the designers behind TRAGL are looking to crowdfund the device and have launched an Indiegogo campaign to get it into production. In just a few days, they’ve already raised $50,000, which is five times the amount they were seeking. That means the device should go into production later this year and begin shipping in October. Prices start at low as $188 for early bird supporters.

You can find out more on the TRAGL website and the Indiegogo page.

Adventure Tech: TRAGL is a Hands Free Translator That Interprets 30 Languages

cup of tea in the graveyard

I’m coaching and consulting in Bermuda for about 7 weeks.

Most nights when I get home from the Gym I fix myself a cup of Earl Grey … and walk across the street to the graveyard to enjoy the dying of the light.

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That video was taken on my iPhone X smoothed out by my Osmo Mobile 2 gimble.

That auto edit took just seconds on the DJI GO app.

St. Georges to Dockyard to Hamilton by ferry

During summer an additional Bermuda ferry runs from St. Georges to Dockyard. That’s a scenic 45 minutes.

On arrival you can transfer on to the Dockyard to Hamilton ferry. Or spend 90 minutes in Dockyard before catching the next one.

That’s a perfect and inexpensive Bermuda boat trip.

hassles booking a flight in Canada

I wanted to fly to Toronto on a Thursday for the Canadian National Gymnastics Championships.

Only WestJet and Air Canada fly direct.

WestJet pilots are threatening strike.

Air Canada costs millions of dollars on Thursday. Inexpensive on Saturday.

I tried dread Aeroplan. No flights available Thursday or Friday. Only Saturday.

So … I’ll fly on the Saturday on Aeroplan points for FREE. No, not free. I still pay over a third of the ticket costs because TAXES. I hate loyalty programs, including air points.

Planet Earth II

Planet Earth II is a 2016 British nature documentary series produced by the BBC as a sequel to Planet Earth, which was broadcast in 2006. The series is presented and narrated by Sir David Attenborough …

FANTASTIC

The series comprises six episodes plus the compilation episode “A World of Wonder” …

“Islands”

“Mountains”

“Jungles”

“Deserts”

“Grasslands”

“Cities”

IMDb has it rated the best TV series all time. It’s hard to disagree.

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Planet Earth III is planned. But will be another 10 years in the making.