I am tempted to give it a try because they have so much more to offer me.
It was founded in 1839 by British soldier, administrator and meteorologist, the governor William Reid, who reigned as governor from 1839 to 1846, and was at the time located in what is today's Cabinet Building.I have made some great friends, lived a great lifestyle, and saved some money.If I had to make the choice again, I wouldn’t hesitate!"She was very down to earth, pragmatic, a lot of fun," said a colleague who asked not to be identified. And yet on May 31 last year Liz Cadell, aged 33, took 150 aspirin and died of an overdose.Her death followed the end of her engagement to British police officer Tony Bukhari.Bermuda is a great place to visit, and generally a great place to work.But unless you’re independently wealthy (a single million doesn’t count), this crazy little country is not the best place to retire. Nothing is quite what you would expect, and Bermuda information sites like Bermuda-Online ( don’t quite tell the whole story of what you can expect here.Among those who know, or believe they know, Bermuda is shorthand for the good life. Berkshire-born Liz Cadell knew this when she arrived in Bermuda in 1988 to work on the Gazette and its sister weekly, The Mid Ocean News. The career trajectory can be rapid, particularly for British journalists, a successful stint on Bermuda's daily newspaper The Royal Gazette is often viewed as a stepping stone to Fleet Street.For example, the site cannot determine your email name unless you choose to type it.Allowing a website to create a cookie does not give that or any other site access to the rest of your computer, and only the site that created the cookie can read it.