The Pink Sands of Bermuda
Here are some photographs of beaches that I did not show in the previous post. Sometimes, I tend to include so many pictures in one post, that I thought I would divide them out. These pictures were taken on Day 2 in Bermuda.
And now for Beach No. 3 (Beach 1 was Snorkel Park Beach, and of course 2 was shown above). We unfortunately did not get to go on Horseshoe Bay Beach, all the pictures that I took above were from higher up at a distance. I think cars can not drive down the hill, and of course, I couldn’t still really walk down a hill like that in my current state. However, the beach below is more accessible by car, and our taxi went all the way down, parking within feet of the beach. The beach is part of South Shore Park – it is Warwick Long Bay/Jobson’s Cove.
This picture shows the vendor that is right at the entrance.
The beaches in Bermuda are well known for having pink sand, and this is a naturally occurring phenomenon. I asked the taxi driver why the beach at Snorkel Park did not have pink sand, and was told that that beach is a man-made beach. However, Jobson’s Cove and Horseshoe Bay Beach are both pink sand beaches, and certain parts of the sand are more pink than other parts. You can be the judge, and figure out which picture I have shown above best shows the pink sand. If you’d like a closer look at some of the sand from Warwick Long Bay/Jobson’s Cove Beach, see the picture below:
That’s me on one of the fantastic pink sand beaches.
It sure is a nice place to relax and read, or to just look at the ocean.
Well, I hope you enjoyed my pictures of Bermuda. Just remember, no matter how hard life is or what it deals you, all your worries can go away when you see a beautiful beach.