After landing at the Wharf in Bermuda and exiting the Norwegian Gem we headed for the beach because it reminded us of our time at the Bermuda beaches during our first honeymoon back in 1967. Next day we walked around Hamilton, the island’s main harbor town, and found Bermudiana Road, where we had stayed at the Bermudiana Hotel during our first honeymoon. On that road we found the spot where our hotel had been, now unromantically replaced by some international company’s office building. Next day we followed our tour guide to some village I can’t remember except that it had a restaurant named, appropriately enough, Temptations.
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My life has had three phases: one as a Jesuit seminarian, recorded in my 2015 memoir (Unsuitable Treasure: An Ex-Jesuit Makes Peace with the Past, Oak Tree Press); another as a college teacher and scholar of 19th century British Literature, best recorded in Coleridge's Progress to Christianity: Experience and Authority in Religious Faith (Associated University Presses, 1995); and finally my current phase as a retiree given to social media posts and photo commentary on my travels with my wife, Mary. View all posts by ronwendlingoutlookcom