Category Archives: Public Sector

Experiences from dealing with public companies.

What is the real Bermuda?

Hello again my dear reader, yesterday, I had a very “interesting” time getting home from work. It provoked some thinking about what Bermuda is really like. So, this is going to be a post that future expats that come to … Continue reading

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Jitka 1 – Spiros 1 (in pointless traffic fines)

Hello again my dear reader, today I got pulled over by the police and given a fine of $50. What happened exactly is that I left my house late this morning (because I couldn’t move very freely since I’ve got … Continue reading

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Friends visiting

Hello again my dear reader, a couple of friends of ours have just landed in Bermuda. They will stay with us for 5 days. It’s quite exciting to see people from the rest of the world, off-island sort of speak. … Continue reading

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Larry Burchall from the Bermuda Sun says it all plainly

Hello again my dear reader, I found a post on the Bermuda Sun newspaper website the other day that really explains the situation in Bermuda very succinctly. It uses the row over buses for tourists as a way in to … Continue reading

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Buses for cruise-ship visitors cause a stir in Bermuda

Hello again my dear reader, I write this to report some bizarre developments in the Bermuda tourism industry. Bermuda has been trying, at the cost of many millions of dollars, to attract more and bigger cruise-ships to the island. This … Continue reading

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Jitka passes her riding test

Hello again my dear reader, I’m writing to announce that Jitka has also now passed her riding test. She took her test on my bike so that she can also ride up to 150cc automatic bikes, exactly like I did. … Continue reading

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Bermuda immigration woes

Hello my dear reader, as the author of this blog, I have been going through the stories and thinking that they have, perhaps, been a little too upbeat. It’s almost like everything has gone perfectly smoothly for us, except for … Continue reading

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First day at work

Hello again my dear reader, My first day at work is slowly winding down. It’s been fun, not a lot of actual work took place since there is a lot of setup to be done first but, at least, I … Continue reading

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Pet licensing in Bermuda

Hello again my dear reader, one of the first things we had to do when we got to Bermuda is to register Athena with the local authorities. This is mostly a matter of safety so that, if she’s lost and … Continue reading

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Journey to Bermuda, part 4

Hello again my dear reader, since it’s New Year’s Day and very little is open today, I have time to write the end of the journey to Bermuda for those of you who may be interested. On the morning of … Continue reading

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