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G&G Adventure in Bermuda

This October, G&G joined with Bermuda Tourism Authority to host readers and friends for a one-of-a-kind weekend getaway. The conservation-focused event featured cocktail receptions at the Rosewood Bermuda, a traditional Bermudian dinner highlighting the island’s farmers and purveyors, and a series of captivating discussions and excursions with local researchers and conservationists.

Special thanks to:

Bermuda Tourism Authority

Rosewood Bermuda

Goslings Rum

 

 

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Guests are greeted with a welcome reception in the Rosewood’s Conservatory Bar & Lounge.

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A classic Bermudian cocktail, the Rum Swizzle, is served upon arrival. 

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Sarah, Chris, and Pam Daly take in the Atlantic Ocean view from a Rosewood balcony.

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From left: Keisha Webb and Tiffani Cailor of Bermuda Tourism Authority with G&G vice president and publisher Christian Bryant.

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Craig and Crystal Henderson raise a glass with Christian Bryant before Saturday evening’s meal.

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Each course of Saturday night’s dinner highlights goods from a different local purveyor, including locally raised goat cheese from Tucker’s Farm and wild-caught tuna from fisherman Sloan Paul Wakefield.

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Spotted Caribbean lobster (also known as Bermuda guinea chick) are served with fresh tomatoes and hollandaise as the meal’s fourth course.

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From left: The group of featured purveyors includes fisherman Tiko Ingram, Tom Wadson of Wadson’s Farm, tuna fisherman Sloan Paul Wakefield, Spencer Field of Passion Fields Beekeeping, James Tucker of Tucker’s Farm, guinea chick farmer Steve Cabral, and Tim Noyes of BIOS.

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The evening’s dessert, a honey hazelnut tuile featuring Spencer Fields’s local honey.

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Kris and Jessica Garner aboard the Lady Charlotte on Sunday.

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Weldon Wade, a local explorer, educator and member of the Bermuda Ocean Prosperity Programme, discusses Bermuda’s lionfish population and the threat it poses to the Atlantic Ocean.

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A special lionfish tasting is prepared for guests aboard the cruise. Although the fish are covered in venomous spikes, they are flaky and delicious inside. 

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Cressie and Bruce Brown enjoy the open-water excursion.

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Cheers to another wonderful adventure in Bermuda!

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