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Teenager Giles Lorimer’s video of cliff-jumping in Bermuda has made it onto popular website the Huffington Post.

The 15-year-old’s clips of summer island fun, featured in

The Royal Gazette last week after attracting more than 130,000 hits on YouTube, is described by the Post as “crazy teenage fun in a gorgeous location”.

Giles has previously won praise from Tourism Minister Wayne Furbert for his efforts promoting the Island.

The Huffington Post states: “Watch this video created by 15-year-old Giles Lorimer, a fun-loving student at the UK’s Rugby School, and you will be longing for summer days filled with swimming and sunshine.”

The website notes Giles’ video has gone viral, adding: “For those of us enjoying cold winter weather right now, it's not surprising.

“Now, if you'll excuse us, we're going to watch the video one more time and pretend that we’re on a tropical vacation, too.”

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Published February 15, 2012 at 1:00 am (Updated February 15, 2012 at 8:57 am)

Video hits Huffington Post

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