my johnny scrump-up is going to taste so good.

The 2011 Bermuda Cup Match began this morning! It’s a huge annual cricket match between the parishes of Somerset and St George’s. I originally became familiar with it while researching times to visit; the two-day event is a national holiday, so everything shuts down and people party. Which is really appealing, obviously, but we wanted to be able to do ...

a very quick introduction to bermuda. 2

Here is a little of what Bermuda looks like. Take these, multiply by 10,000, and you’ll have a decent idea of how amazing that country is. I’ve never met such friendly, hospitable people in my life, nor seen such beautiful beaches.   That’s the hotel we stayed at, thanks to Barritt’s. They served us breakfast on the patio every morning, ...

you know we’re hitting up tea time.

So, catching up on things before we run the hell out of town and away from this insane weather! Last Friday, Matt and I hung out at home watching the Twins game and then went to Masu to meet Felberg for dinner. GOD, that place is fantastic, and they’re nice to vegetarians. Then, since Felberg had never been there, we ...

pink sand!

Reasons this has been such a great week: 1) We saw a Twins game from the Budweiser Roof Deck last night. Everyone comes out of the elevator bay waving their arms around like it’s the greatest thing ever, and that’s pretty much how I felt about it, too. It was fantastic. (And also item #99 on my 101 Things list.) ...