A walk along the beach last evening ended a nice weekend. Horseshoe Bay was still quite busy with families sat on the pink soft sands when we went down there for a walk in the sea an hour or so before the dark drew in.
Horseshoe is one of Bermuda's most popular public beaches and it is said to get very crowded in the summer, but around 6pm last night it was beautiful with it's large rocks at either end acting like craggy bookends. The rocks also help make a number of little coves, perfect for paddling whilst staring out at the still Atlantic.
Earlier in the day I'd washed the car and the Vespa, and just after I'd finished and sat back to admire my handy work, the clouds opened. Typical, but the rain disappeared later in the afternoon in time to get some sand in between the toes on what is often said to be one of the world's loveliest beaches