This is the second of my posts for today.
After two nights in Hamilton, Bermuda, we upped anchor and sailed to historic St Georges, a World Heritage town, just 17 nautical miles away. Here we spent a day in the drizzle exploring the old buildings and drinking in the charm of this northernmost town in Bermuda.
|Colourful buildings also abound in St Georges|
|Friendly welcome from the local constabulary|
|Trial re-enactment in the town square|
|Guilty - Punishment - Dunking|
|That sinking feeling|
|Wet and repentant|
|A very old Anglican Church|
|Very different architecture from European churches|
|The segregated graveyard|
|Victorian era home|
|Coastline - looks stunning even in lousy weather|
|Congrats to our Captain for navigating this narrow channel|
|Rough water for the pilot boat that came to collect the pilot (below)|
|The pilot jumps from our ship|