Everybody thinks they’ve got a tip when it comes to scoring the best deals on trips: book flights on a Tuesday, clear your cache so “they” don’t know you really want the flight, book hotel and airfare together, book four months in advance—no four days in advance. Ugh. The mixed signals are enough to set anyone crazy and make them just book what they see when they see it, deal or no deal.
I may be different or freakishly travel-crazed or whatever it is, but being free for only 31 percent of my life (weekends + 10 vacation days ÷ 365 days of the year) just doesn’t sound cool to me. And to think of foregoing even one vacation day seems criminal, really.
It’s summatime! Now the most important thing is: where’s everyone going for summer vacation? I’m planning for Grenada later this summer, but according to American Express, travelers are getting even more exotic than that.
Besides using Prospect Park as a sub for the beach and a place to tan, or to try and maintain a summer body for all that faux beaching, there’s a whole bunch of interesting things to do in Prospect Park throughout the summer.
I’m going to be honest with you: I have not tasted every fish sandwich in Bermuda. However, I have had many a fish sandwich over the course of my life and this is easily the fairest of them all. (I’m open to pushback here, but I doubt anyone will prove me wrong).
Bermuda has long been known for its beaches (especially the pink sand ones—but more on that later) and for playing host to old people, but the little isle has big things going on and there’s really nothing geriatric about it.