Jobson Cove, Bermuda

Thursday in Bermuda.  The only way to get to the south shore beaches from Dockyard on Bermuda is to take a hell-like bus ride.  The pink bus itself is very cute, but with so many smelly people packed into such a tight space the #7 bus is nothing short of a nightmare.  That said, the chance to swim on these beautiful beaches makes the nightmare very much worthwhile.


When going to Bermuda people often talk about Horseshoe Bay and Elbow Beach, but for my money, both cents, nothing compares to Jobson Cove along the south shore.  Okay, so my opinion is slightly slanted because I only went to two beaches, but “wonderful” is an understatement when it comes to Jobson Cove. Warm, crystal clear blue water, tropical fish and amazing scenery; all that and more make Jobson Cove and experience to remember.


As point of reference Tobacco Bay, Fort St. Catherine and St. George were all Wednesday.  True friends will remember the previous comment that my trip to Bermuda went downhill after Tobacco Bay, and here’s why;  these photos, all THREE of them were taken late in the day Thursday.  Do you see where this is going?


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