Anguilla News

Anguilla Diary: January 31, 2000 to February 12, 2000

www.news.ai   Site Map   Click to enlarge pictures

Here is a day-by-day compendium of news items, as we gathered them - starting with the most recent.

Saturday, February 12, 2000


Internet Yellow Pages:
All known Anguilla sites.

Epinions on Anguilla. Epinions.com is a service that pays you to write reviews. Actually, they only pay you if a lot of people find your reviews helpful. They have a page of Anguilla tourism reviews: Click Here.


Cricket News From Anguilla. Zack Kenworthy (email: zacch@hotmail.com) plays cricket for Anguilla and the Leeward Islands. He also writes Sports News for The Anguillian newspaper and the Cricket Info web site. To read his Feb 6 article about the match between Leewards and Guyana, Click Here.


New Governor. Anguilla has a new British Governer, Peter Johnstone.


Friday, February 11, 2000

Arts Festival Competition. The Second Anguilla International Arts Festival was held last summer (Web Site). Artists came to the island for seminars and workshops and to gather inspiration. Then they submitted works of art into a competition. On February 8th,2000, the winners were announced. First prize ($10,000) went to Valerie Carpenter of the USA for "Sailing Silver Seas" (an oil painting). The winner in pastels is Sandy Meyer, in watercolors is Lynne Bernbaum of Anguilla, in a oil/acrylics is Betty Barber of USVI. The people's choice was Calvin Kempainen.


Thursday, February 10, 2000

Merchant Market Has Moved. This is a food outlet that caters to restaurants, but is open to anyone. Great place to buy bulk food of high quality. Now located behind the Anguilla Drug Store in The Valley.


History of Anguilla from the Tourist board web site, adapted from writings by Colville Petty and Nik Douglas: Click Here.


C&W Answers residents about cellular tower (Daily Herald link): Click Here.



Anguilla Forums:
Carib On-line

Travel Talk

Tête-à-Tête

Side Trip to Dominica. While in Anguilla it is possible to take side trips to other islands. With 4 friends from Canada we went to the Nature Island, Dominica, for 4 days. We could have flown commercial flight on LIAT through Antigua or American through San Juan, but chose to pay double and charter Air Anguilla to fly us direct (1 hour 20 min). Dominica is amazingly green and lush, with flowers everywhere.

We have a web site with 64 pictures: Click Here.


Wednesday, February 09, 2000

Political Manifesto. The United Front (ANA/ADP coalition) has a web page, Unitedfront.ai: Click Here.


Crocus Hill Residents Protest C&W. Concerned about construction of cellular tower (Daily Herald link): Click Here.


Carnival 99 Page. The Net.ai current events page has excellent photos from carnival and results for the various competitions as well: Click Here.



Build Your Own:
Beachshack

Oserian Villa. This 3bd/3ba holiday villa with pool, 60' TV, and Internet access is on the oceanfront in Little Harbour. For more details visit their web site: Click Here.


Tuesday, February 08, 2000


Translations:
In the archive

Italian Translation of the January 30, 2000 news by Professor Di Palo has been posted: Click Here.


Anguilla Weather from USA Today: Click Here.


Splash! Villa Sizzler. Pamper your Valentine and unwind in beautiful Anguilla… Specials…. 7 night package - US$1699 plus 8% government tax. 4 night package - US$999 plus 8% government tax. Jacuzzi-for-two in master suite. Private pool. Privacy. Tranquility. Romance. Package Valid from February 13th – February 23rd, 2000 Contact Janine or Ian at Edwards@anguillanet.com, Cellular 264-235-7667, Tel on evenings 264-497-3666, Fax 264-297-2262. Web site splash.ai: Click Here.


Artists Center on Anguilla? Calvin Bartlett (email: scubaxa@sintmaarten.net) has put together a proposal for an artists retreat for creative arts and crafts on Anguilla: Click Here


News from Blanchards. Chef Melinda Blanchard (email: blanchar@anguillanet.com) writes that she has been forced to drop their take-out menu: too much work for not enough sales. Their business is picking up a bit, but without Cap Juluca, it won't be a great year. Also, she and husband Bob have written a book about Anguilla to be published by Random House at the end of the year.


Proclamation. Just before leaving the island to retire, Governor Harris issued a proclamation appointing a date for holding a general election. The date is March 3, 2000.


Thursday, February 03, 2000

Zara's Reopens. Zara's Restaurant at Allamanda Beach Club on Shoal Bay is open again with a new cook. Our house guests went there last night, had seafood and loved it.


Do Your Own Weather Forecast. Weather.com has a satellite picture of the Caribbean which you can use to check the cloud cover, active storms, etc: Click Here.


Quick Facts about Anguilla from the tourist board: Click Here.


Wednesday, February 02, 2000

New Show: Virginia Hobart and Joyce Daniel. At the Devonish Gallery, The Cove Road West, opening is Saturday, February 5, 2000, 5:30 to 7:30pm. 497-2949


Fun Time Charter has a web site: Click Here.


Arawak Beach Inn, Island Harbour, has new owners and a new web page: Click Here.


Tuesday, February 01, 2000

Beaches! The Anguilla Home Page has a nice beaches page: Click Here.


Fan Mail from Stephanie Ferradino (email: sferradino@saratogalaw.com):
Went on our honeymoon last June in Anguilla and St. Martin. Loved Anguilla- and the friendliness of everyone on the island. Was originally attracted to it from a blurb in a bride magazine about Scilly Cay (the day we spent there was the best of our honeymoon), but then I got on the net- found your news and knew we had to come. I collected and printed out all your back issues- and really knew the island by the time we got here. I left my collection of news (indexed quite masterfully, I must say) at the Sonesta in their library and hope others have benefitted from it. We didn't go anywhere without it! Anguilla was everything we had hoped for (although we would have loved to stay longer) and I can't wait to return. Thanks for providing such an interesting and resourceful guide to your wonderful island.


Monday, January 31, 2000


Anguilla Questions?
Email the Tourist Board at atbtour@anguillanet.com or the Hotel Association at ahta@anguillanet.com

Sonesta to Reopen Early. News Flash! The Sonesta resort on Rendezvous Bay will be open on February 10, 2000, after completing Hurricane Lenny repairs and doing other improvements. This is ahead of schedule. The current condition of the resort can be viewed on their web site: Click Here. They even have a picture of Carol Webster, their famous concierge (we saw Carol on TV last night on the Travel Channel, in a show of beaches).


Calendar of Events 2000. The tourist board has a calendar of events for the year 2000 on their web site: Click Here.


Interactive Map. The tourist board web site has a map page which tells you about each region when you put the mouse over that area on the map: Click Here.


Bobgreen.net
If you haven't done so already, perhaps it is time you visited my personal home page and see what Bob Green does besides write the Anguilla News: Click Here

 Revised: 2000/2/23




Anguilla Internet Yellow Pages


 
 
 Beaches 
Menus
Hotels
Villas
Tips

Index/
Links

 

 

hello@news.ai

www.news.ai

bobgreen.net

mary ann

© 2000


Enter some keywords

Enter email address

Anguilla News