Category Archives: Food

Lobster Season

Bermuda lobster season is here again! The Red Carpet Bar & Restaurant serves a delicious and tender stuffed broiled lobster along with other dishes that won’t disappoint. 

Red Carpet fills its quaint space with a special ambiance and top notch customer service that’s hard to beat. Be prepared for a bit of a wait for your main course though – with the diverse wine selection, it shouldn’t be a problem. Quality shouldn’t be rushed. 

Prices range so, be sure to dine with someone special. 

Shrimp Tempura, Mussels in white wine sauce
Broiled Lobster, baked potato, mixed veggies
Chocolate Truffle topped w/Vanilla Ice Cream. Be careful, this dessert is very rich.

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Mexico City

Four days in Mexico πŸ‡²πŸ‡½

 

Plaza of Three Circles – Historic grounds including where theΒ Tlatelolco Massacre took place in 1868.

 

 

Coverage with Snap Specs 😎

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Square of the Americas.
Had a moment with Lady Guadeloupe.
How paper was first made in Mexico.

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Conquering Pyramids. Standing on ‘The Pyramid of the Moon’

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Museum of Anthropology

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It’s a celebration leading up to Mexico’s Independence Day – Sept. 16. Festivities downtown with entertainment, food, vendors & decorations.


Enchiladas for breakfast w/ the best Cafe Americano I’ve ever had.



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View of Mexico City from Hotel Benidorm.

Rainy season in Mexico is from May – September. Temperatures range from 60 – 75 degrees with rain expected every afternoon/evening.

Half Time: Summer ’17

Summer is half way over and it’s been quite eventful. Take a look at my photo gallery to get the picture.

 

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​​   happy birthday to me 🎈

New to N.O.L.A.

My first visit to New Orleans last month explained why people have found reasons to go back. After the latest girls trip with my besties, I’m pretty sure I’ll find a a reason to venture back to ‘NOLA.’ The number one reason? FOOD! Not a surprise right? Most people will tell you how great the food is in this southern city, but you really can’t appreciate it until you experience it for yourself. I can’t say that I was disappointed in not one dish – there were many. With all the restaurants to choose from, it’s hard Β to decide which to try in a small amount of time. Let’s not forget ‘speciality beverages.’Β How could I go to NOLA and not try a Hurricane?! Trust me when I say, one was enough.

From live bands in the French Quarter to the infamous bustling on Bourbon Street, New Orleans is a stateside visit that has enough excitement during the day or night.

 

 

 

Places visited:

The Moxy Hotel

Court of Two Sister’s – Jazz Brunch

Steamboat Natchez

Emeril’s

ACME Oyster House (not pictured above)

 

Cricket

On Saturday, Bailey’s Bay and St. David’s battled on the cricket field in what one would consider to be the semi-finals of the County Game series. Teams representing different areas of Bermuda play in matches throughout the Summer for possesion of the championship cup. 

I’m not a cricket expert in fact, I rarely watch the sport, but this game was a good one with St. David’s pulling through for the win from being behind by about 26 runs. 

The games are also a social experience with plenty spectators, food and music.

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