It’s a Bit Conservative. Fashion tends to be more formal: Even at beachside cafes, visitors don't waltz in with bikini tops, bare chests, or bare feet. When out in the evening, err on the side of caution and dress up.
Save Your Water. Life in Bermuda runs on rainwater. Homes and hotels collect and use rainwater for drinking, cooking, and bathing; in times of drought or overconsumption, back-up sources of freshwater are expensive.
Bermuda Shorts Are Real! Originally invented by the British military for tropical and desert climes, Bermudians adopted the singular fashion during World War II (not just to keep cool but also, according to local lore, to save fabric during times of ration). Wealth Isn’t Flaunted. You'll notice shortly after arrival that Bermuda is a destination with plenty of wealth. This is partly because of international business but also because locals' quality of life and salaries are high, with an average yearly household income of around $140,000. Always remember to greet every service professional you encounter with good morning, good afternoon, or good evening.
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