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Anguilla is a small coral island in the Caribbean that is home to about 11,000 people. . . .

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Quick Tour of Anguilla

Click here for a map showing Anguilla's relative location, about six miles from St. Martin. The first resort hotel was built around 1980 and there are still no hotels with more than 100 rooms or taller than a palm tree. In its own quiet, relaxed way, Anguilla has a lot of offer: watersports, snorkeling, scuba diving, 30+ clear white beaches, about 100 restaurants, all the way from casual bbq stands to gourmet adventures, places to stay ranging from inexpensive inns to world-class luxury resorts, and private villas for the ultimate in privacy. And what is missing: gambling, cruise ships, duty free shopping, and jet skis.

Here is a quick sample in pictures: sailing on Shoal Bay, an old-time cottage turned into a restaurant, the five star Cap Juluca resort, Sprocka playing at Madeariman Reef, and Atlantic waves breaking on the shore at Windward Point.

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Bartlett's Collection

[Click to enlarge] It was a delight to discover the unique gift and souvenir ideas at Bartlett's Collection on Back Street, South Hill. Just imagining the thought and care that had gone into hand-picking the products from across the globe and the creativity in presenting them for gift-giving is inspiring. Calvin & Lynne Bartlett have put their hearts and souls into putting this collection together.

Calvin & Lynne: "We met by fate both with the same ideas, we combined our energy and created Bartlett's Anguilla. Our intense efforts and research resulted into some thing unique for Anguilla. Our objective is to form a network of talented artists, locally and world-wide, who would capture scenic views of Anguilla, whilst offering the service to customize works of art based upon customer request. Our special theme is the Marine Life of Anguilla."

Bartlett's Collection includes the exclusive and specially designed Bartlett's pottery by Vanessa Bartlett and Brigitte Bouquette, original paintings from various artists, engraved crystal pieces from Yugoslavia, Spanish Galleon Medallion jewelry, snorkeling gear, wrap sets, hand blown glass ornaments, hand-painted pottery, Guavaberry Prime Liqueurs & Spices Gift sets and Guavaberry designer bottles ( a rare find!). Bartlett's will soon launch their "free tasting" on special days for guests who would like to sample before they buy. Also special recipes for making exotic coladas will be added to the gift package.
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There are also some very unique finds: One is the sun-colouring T-shirt (see picture below) - the design on these shirts magically turns from black and white to multi-coloured when exposed to the sunlight - perfect for a good laugh among unsuspecting companions! Another great item for elegant wear on the beach is a wrap set which includes a wrap skirt, a hair scrunchie and a matching bag for US$30. Another neat idea is a tropical fabric book cover/carry case for paperback books. There are also some hand-painted Anguilla Christmas ornaments. Not to forget the palette, you can try the Guavaberry grilling sauce made of papaya juices, brown sugar and other tempting ingredients.

The Bartlett family has had some successful creative business concepts. Vanessa, Calvin's daughter, created Bartlett's The Netherlands, specializing in home furnishings. Vanessa was recently voted as "Starting Entrepreneur of the Year" in Utrecht, a major city in the Netherlands. She is the youngest Entrepreneur to ever win this prize and has been invited to meet His Royal Highness Prince Willem Alexander and his Fiancé Maxima.

When you visit Bartlett's Collection, be sure to look up Sera, the Bartlett's adopted rescued dog from the AARF.

Opening hours: Monday - Saturday: 9am - 5pm, except Wednesdays when they are open from 9am - 2pm. Closed Sundays. Telephone: 497-6625. Email:

Directions: starting from the airport parking lot, take the only exit and turn left, then left again past the airport entrance. Continue straight down the middle of the island to the west. At the next roundabout (Sandy Ground), continue straight. In about a mile you will see a right turn sign for The Lighthouse chinese restaurant. Take the paved right turn and go out to Back Street on the cliff. Bartlett's Collection is in a 3-story building just before Back Street.

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Story and pictures by Janine Edwards

Weather in Anguilla

Weather Summary Satellite
Sunny 82F 27C 69% Humidity, Dec 1
Low temp since last news report 73F 22C
High temp since last news report 86F 30C
Low humidity since last news report 49%
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Royal Palms

[Click to enlarge] Royal Palms offers spacious 2 bedroom air conditioned suites.. Conveniently located in South Hill, near some of Anguilla's finest beaches and restaurants.

Complete with swimming pool and excellent views.

Their gardens are now in full bloom...the perfect tropical hideaway.
Telephone 264-497-6448

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Pictures by Janine Edwards

Corner Bar Pizza

[Click to enlarge] In answer to a question on the Carib-Online Forum, 'Where is everyone's favorite spot for inexpensive pizza? I cannot go a whole week with just 5 star meals',, one of the favorite choices was the Corner Bar Pizza.

The Flemings at the Corner Bar Pizza spot in North Hill have a unique family recipe which draws pizza lovers from all over the island. Venice and Lorna Fleming own and manage the restaurant along with the assistance of cousins Claudius and Peggy. They use homemade dough to make a thin crust and use fresh local produce like veggies and seafood for toppings as much as possible.

Their menu is quite extensive, catering to every palette. The Lovers Line Special includes: Caribbean Pizza, Meat lovers, Cheese Lover Plus, Super Supreme, Veggie Lovers, Pepperoni Lovers and Seafood Pizza.

If you can't decide on which toppings, have them all…on a Garbage Pizza!
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Pictured to the right are Lorna, Venice, Claudius and Peggy (left to right).
The Sea Food Line includes Crab Pizza, Fish Pizza, Seafood Combo, Lobster Pizza, Shrimp Pizza and Conch Pizza. There's a Kids Meal Special for US$3 which features a personal pan pizza with a soda.

There are side orders available of garlic bread, garlic cheese bread, hot wings and french fries.

For the Lovers Line and Seafood Line prices are as follows: Personal Pan - US$4, Small Pan at US$8, Medium Pan - US$14 and Large Pan - US$18.

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Opening hours:
Monday - Saturday 11am - 11pm;
Sunday 4pm - 11pm.
Telephone: 264-497-3937.

Directions: Starting from the airport parking lot, take the only exit and turn left, then left again and past the airport entrance. Continue straight through the roundabout and down the main road. You will pass George Hill and the Anguilla Vision Center, then Richardson Furniture, then take a paved right turn into North Hill village. If you get to the next roundabout, you went one block too far. Follow the one road into the village until you reach Corner Bar.

Story and pictures by Janine Edwards

Sandy Hill Club

[Click to enlarge] Make your Caribbean dream come true.

With a reasonable investment it is now possible to buy your own apartment in the Caribbean. Sandy Hill Beach Club is located on a two acre area just at the sea front on the beach of Sandy Hill Bay on Anguilla.

The project comprises four independent villa buildings, facing the ocean and the mountains of Sint Maarten, common grounds, swimming pool and other facilities. Each villa will have two floors and will be divided in four (or eight) apartments. Units range from 720 to 1250 sq. feet, can comfortably accommodate even large families and will be elegantly furnished and decorated in colonial style. Upon special request two or more units can be joined to create even larger suites. Prices start from 140 thousand US.

If you wish, you can have your apartment rented when you are not on the island: Sandy Hill Club staff will take care of it.

Thus for an affordable price you can have a wonderful holiday place at the tropics as well as a profitable investment for the future.

See the pictures of the works in progress. Expected conpletion date of the first 8 apartments is Spring 2002. As soon as they are ready, Sandy Hill Club can offer a try before you buy combination, to serious prospects.

People who are interested in buying in Anguilla are invited to arrange a tour of the site on Saturdays and Sundays by emailing to

For more information, visit the web site at

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Story and pictures by Gaetano Di Palo

Loblolly Gallery: 2001 Opening

[Click to enlarge] November 17th was the 2001 season opening for Loblolly Gallery, located on Crocus Hill in historic Rose Cottage.

Four artists from Anguilla traveled to Aix en Provence last May to study and follow in the footsteps of Cezanne. We visited his studio and painted in "plei-air" in the country side at his favorite spots. Most inspiring were the views of Monte Sainte Victoire and the woods near the studio.

At the opening on Saturday, Loblolly Gallery hosted an exhibition of the works created on this trip. The four artists were Joan Hill, Marj Morani, Paula Walden, and Joanne Davies (picture right).

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Story by Marj Morani, pictures by Janine Edwards

Anguilla Diary: November 4 to December 2, 2001

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

Sunday, December 02, 2001

New Web Page: Tortue Villa

Poised on the coastline overlooking gorgeous Shoal Bay, brand new Tortue Villa captures some of the most breathtaking views in the Caribbean. Imagine the ambience ... gentle white-crested waves lapping the sea rocks below, light sea spray dancing around as pelicans nose dive in the nearby waters, just relax back in your lounge chair and ...

Penthouse: four bedroom suites plus a very spacious common area, fully equipped including swimming pool. $4000 per week introductory price.

Christmas Video Greetings.

All Island Cable TV is excited to announce their first annual video greeting card program. You can create for your family and friends a video Christmas/ New Year greeting to be shown on Anguilla Cable TV. Treat your family and friends to this one of a kind Christmas gift that will last long after all the other presents have faded away. Price US$25 for a 30 second spot (individuals and families); US$75 for a 60 second spot (businesses). Videotaping will be done from 3 - 16 December, 2001 and greeting cards will be aired continuously from 20 - 31 December, 2001 on Cable Channel 2 at specified times. For more information email or call (264)-497-3600.

Saturday, December 01, 2001

December 23: Omololu Beach Party.

At Gwens ‘Reggae Café’ On Shoal Bay Beach… By Allamanda Beach Club….Santa Talent Competition.. Sing A Christmas Song….With Prizes…from 2.30 pm. Accompaniment by ‘High Tension’ Band… Chicken Legs And Hot Dogs….Tuck Stand… Santa Hats …. Home Made Cakes And Patties… .. Face Painting…. Bring the children to join in the fun while the adults sing and party ... …All To Help Our School. We Need You.. The More The Merrier ... Come Now.. Party.. Party.. Party.. On The Beach ... Sunday The 23rd December ... For enquries call 497-3394. Enter your name now for this Great Sing A Christmas Song….!!!!!

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New: Dolphin Hideaway Villa

New on the market and available for Christmas/ New Year's. Tucked away in a cove on gorgeous Meads Bay lies Dolphin Hideway, a spectacular three bedroom private villa complete with freshwater plunge pool. This unique, exclusive home opens onto a large dolphin lagoon just ten yards from the rear of the villa …relaxing over breakfast on the spacious outdoor patio, while listening to the chatter of the dolphins…and unwinding to a magnificent sunset as the waves roll in, while quietly sipping a glass of chardonnay.

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Gallery Show Tonight.

Loblolly Gallery is very pleased to have Sihn Ja An bring her beautiful art to Anguilla and have a show at our gallery this Saturday, Dec. 01 from 5 - 7 PM.

Sihn Ja An was born and educated in Korea, She taught at the University of Seoul before immigrating to the United States with her husband. She has exhibited at the American Embassy in Korea, in Brazil, Washington D.C. Maryland and Delaware. Sihn Ja is the recipient of numerous awards and honors including the Judge's Choice Award at the Academy of Arts Member show. She taught painting, drawing and Oriental brush painting at Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland and is currently a faculty member of the Easton Academy of Fine Arts. She conducts workshops throughout Maryland and Delaware and will be conducting a workshop here for adults and children in the next two weeks.

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A Gift Certificate for Christmas.

Novel Christmas gift ideas at The House of Tarru. Surprise your friend or loved one with your choice of a spa delight or a swim with the dolphins. Available: Spa facials, deep tissue massages, body treatments, acupuncture, yoga and body rolling. Many other great gift ideas available. Call (264)-497-8181 for details.

Spa services provided by Taino Wellness Centre and dolphin interactive programs hosted by the team at Dolphin Fantaseas.

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Christmas Tree Lighting.

Saturday December 15th - 7:00pm. Christmas Tree Lighting Opening Night presented by The Valley Community Group & Agriculture Cultural Sports Club. Coronation Avenue will come alive with beautiful lights bringing Christmas cheer to all. Come and enjoy the cultural entertainment.

Friday, November 30, 2001

Anguilla Questions?
Email the Tourist Board at or the Hotel Association at

Government Advertisement Policy

Earlier this month the Government of Anguilla approved a policy to guide the erection and display of all advertisements in Anguilla. You can read the draft policy on the government web site by clicking the link above; the final policy will be posted shortly.

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New Hibernia Menu for the Season.

Hibernia has updated their web site with the new menu for this year, including ROULEAUX DE LAPIN CONFIT AUX PRUNEAUX, SALADE ET VINAIGRETTE AUX HERBES -Warm spring rolls with Anguillan rabbit & prunes, accompanied by an herb dressed salad, which is pictured right. We went recently and all the new dishes are delicious.

Telephone: 264.497.4290

Play Bridge in Anguilla

The Anguillan Duplicate Bridge Club meets every Monday morning at 9:15 am at Koal Keel Restaurant. Visitors to the island are most welcome to come but they should call to reserve a space. The Club is happy to find a partner for anyone. For more details please call Carol at (264)-497-5722.

Thursday, November 29, 2001

Natural Health & Healing Seminar/Workshop

Triple Crown Culture Yard and the Caribbean Rastafari Organisation (CRO) will be hosting a week of seminars and consultations on Natural Health and Healing from Saturday 8th to Friday 14th December 2001.

Seminars on the Science of Food Combination and The Way of Herbs will take place at the Teachers' Resource Centre Auditorium (upstairs of the Public Library - back entrance) and the Womens' Training Centre (back of the Craft shop between the Library and the Education Department) on Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th December from 10.00 a.m - 4.00 p.m.

> Practical workshop sessions on: Identification and Preparation of Medicinal Herbs, Raw Foods and Health, Cereals and Nutrition, Yoga Philosophy and Exercise. The seminars will be conducted by Chairman of the CRO Health and Nutrition Committee, Ras Bobby Olivache, Naturopathic Healer and Herbalist of Dominica who currently lives and works in the U.S. Virgin Islands. He will also be available for private consultations at Simply Natural by Yinka from Monday 10th to Thursday 13th instant.

Persons wishing to participate in the Seminar/Workshops are asked to register at the office of the Anguilla National Trust (497-5297) or contact Ijahnya Christian after hours at 497-2878 before Thursday 6th December. Registration fee: US $20 / EC $50 per day with additional US $10 or EC $25 for lunch. All are invited.

What to Do on Xmas and New Years?

The Anguilla news has gone out and collected information on how to celebrate this holiday season: where is the music, parties, special menus, and more. Just click the link above to read about what will be happening at Blanchard's, Hibernia, Johnno's, The Pump House, Restaurant Frangipani, and Ripples.

Wednesday, November 28, 2001

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Travel Light Beach hopping or exploring in Anguilla? Travel Light has lots of handy stuff for rent, like portable beach chairs & umbrellas, ice coolers and more.
All the resorts/hotels/inns.

Raenette's Anguilla Page.

Raenette is a travel agent and this is her page of recommendations and deals on Anguilla.

Jamesand Jill

Tuesday Night Phat Grooves

"Tuesday Night Phat Grooves" at Johnno's in Sandy Ground is a fun new addition to the island's entertainment scene offering a mix of North American, British and Caribbean music. The setting on the waters' edge makes for a great ambience!

James and his wife Jill (from Taino Wellness Centre) are hosting this event which offers another venue for music appreciation and a great "lime"! James is the Main Music Man. He has been DJ'ing the Thursday Night Jazz Show on Radio Anguilla along with Johnno over the past year. Click the link or the picture of James and Jill for full details.

New web site: CCB

The Caribbean Commerical Bank has updated their web site. Very nice. Lots of news and pictures.

Tuesday, November 27, 2001

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New: Splash Villa Roof Patio

New! Splash Villa now features a private roof patio…perfect for enjoying cocktails under the stars.

Monday, November 26, 2001

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New: Reggae Grill

Check out the newest restaurant on Shoal Bay East, right on the beach next to one of the few remaining coconut groves on the island. The cheerful, multi-coloured beach hut features delicious Continental and Caribbean breakfast and lunch. The ambience is friendly and informal. From time to time Mac the Chef comes out of the kitchen to greet guests and check on his sizzling outdoor grill. Local owners Gwen and Tap have had a lot of experience in the restaurant and entertainment business on the island. The Reggae Grill opens every day in the season. Monday - Saturday 8am - 5pm and Sundays 8am - 7pm. Sunday afternoons bubble with live reggae music from 1:30pm - 7:00pm. Tel. 264-497-2120. Click link above for more pictures, directions, and the lunch menu.

Moonsplash Special at Bow Green Villa.

Moon Splash Special is offered week starting Sunday 17th March 2002 to music fans as you will be able to stay at the Rendezvous Bay Beach and walk to the Dune Preserve from the Beach for all the events and return home at night whenever. Special Rate $2000.00 US per couple per week inclusive of all local taxes and a bottle of champagne to celebrate the event. Bow Green can be viewed at and please contact

Sunday, November 25, 2001

Real Estate

Four Winds Villa For Sale

A new 3 large bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, splendid ocean view villa is for sale in Swing High, click link above to check their web page or email them at

Friday, November 23, 2001

Shoal Bay Villas Pre-Christmas Package

Offers a Pre- Christmas Relaxation & Renewal Package to prepare you for the hustle & bustle of the 2001 Holiday Season. Join us between December 7th to 21st 2001. Spend 4 or 7 nights on spectacular Shoal Bay beach while enjoying luxurious pampering spa treatments in the privacy of your own villa. Come to a magical place of tranquility, to refresh and restore the Mind, Body and Spirit.

4 Night Stay: Oceanfront Villa, One Sea Spa Body Glow Treatment, One Honey Almond Body Wrap, Two 30-minute Relaxation Massages, & Two Mini-Facials. $930.00 per couple

7 Night Stay: Oceanfront Villa, Two - 1 hour Relaxation Massages, One Sea Spa Body Glow Treatment, One Honey Almond Body Wrap, Two- 1-hour Renewal Facials, $1590.00 per couple. (Price includes 10% service & 10% government tax. Packages must be pre-booked & pre-paid. There are no credits refunds or exchanges for any un-used portion of the package or for early checkouts.)

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Thanksgiving at Blanchards Restaurant

Blanchards, like many restaurants, had a special Thanksgiving Dinner last night. We snapped a shot of Melinda and Bob, plus the coconut cheesecake desert. The place was packed - and here is the menu they served:

Sweet Corn Chowder with Fresh Dill and Seasonal Vegetables

Caesar Salad tossed with Homemade Croutons

Golden Roast Turkey with Old Fashioned Stuffing and Shallot Pan Gravy

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Roasted Carrots with Parmesan Butter

Homemade Cranberry Sauce

Caribbean Cornbread

Coconut Cheesecake with Rasberry Sauce

To see their full menu for this season, click here, and anticipate items like Crispy Vegetable Spring Rolls with soy-sesame dipping sauce and wasabi cream and much more.

Thursday, November 22, 2001

Palm Shores Villa. Check out the web page for this duplex villa on the beach, with a swimming pool. One unit has two bedrooms and two baths, the other has one bedroom and one bath. Naturally you can rent all three bedrooms if you need them.

The Latest From Lynne Bernbaum. Lynne is an artist who lives on Anguilla and has her own gallery, Stone Alley Art Studio in the Old Manse Building. You can see her latest artworks at the link above, which includes some of her new work in oil, as her original media, watercolor. Also visit her web site,

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Positive Feedback on E's Oven

After our story on Vernon Hughes and his restaurant, E's Oven, Judy Cox ( sent this testimonial to Janine Edwards, our new reporter:

Hello Janine.

My spouse & I absolutely love Anguilla. We have visited the island four times from our home in Toronto, Ontario. We have just arrived home from a brief one week vacation in Anguilla and have read the article in Bob Green's website introducing yourself and your article feature E's Oven Restaurant was an uncanny & timely coincidence.
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I'd like to tell you that Eric & I found E's Oven on this trip and did not want to eat elsewhere. The food was prepared wonderfully and, as Canadian's with a very undervalued dollar, we found their prices to be reasonable. The venue was clean & delightful and we found eating there to be an uplifting experience.

Upon completion of our last meal there (which I believe was the fourth), I asked the sweet, young waitress (who I believe is the Hughes's niece) if she would give the chef my compliments and I made the suggestion that she put together and sell a recipe book. She thanked me for the compliment but, I don't know if she realised how serious I was!

Then, we arrived home, read the recent report on Bob's web site and you featured the fish cakes recipe. Unfortunately, we cannot obtain trigger fish in Canada so I will not be able to try this recipe but I was hoping that Peggy Hughes might be willing to pass on the carrot soup recipe or the chicken breast with cream sauce.
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We have already planned our next vacation to Anguilla for two weeks starting at the end of July 2002 and plan to eat a meal at E's Oven daily. Considering that we have several months of winter ahead of us, it seems like an eternity.

Please pass on my appreciation and best wishes for a great season to the Hughes from Eric & myself. We live in a city of four million people (and many chefs) and we find it difficult to find food of that quality in any Toronto restaurant!

With warm regards,


Pictures by the editor, from a great dinner last week: dessert crepes, half chicken, and sauted shrimp.

Tuesday, November 20, 2001

Art Workshop

From December 3 to December 8 2001, the Anguilla International Arts Festival is sponsoring a water colour workshop by internationally known Korean Artist Sihn Ja An. Loblolly Art Gallery will host a show and reception for the artist on Dec 1 from 5pm –7pm. All are cordiallly invited. The workshop has been organized by Marj Morani and is targeted for the beginning and intermediate watercolourist. Anyone interested in participating should contact Marj at or 497-4229.

Anguilla Mentioned in Travel Magazine.

Susanne Thevenet ( writes: The Dec. issue of Conde Nast Traveller arrived today and on page 112 is an article entitled "More Sun for Less Money" with some photos and illustrations. It begins:

"It's that time of year again. The desire for a quick, sunny and affordable break is overwhelming. The good news is that there is no shortage of exciting places to escape to. Here are 25 of the best."

Anguilla is the first mentioned, on page 114. The text is as follows:

"Under the sun: If any place can be described as bipolar, it's this laidback island just five miles from St. Martin. It's flat, scrubby, dry, unprepossessing -- but many Caribbean islands would be grateful for just one of the estimated 33 powder-white beaches. It has luxe resorts (Cap Juluca, Maliouhana) as well as small, unpretentious inns that, given their spectacular settings, give endless bang for your endless-sun bucks. Rendezvous Bay Hotel and Villas has funky, supremely relaxed old Caribbean charm, a new chef shaking things up in the kitchen, and bright-new villas on its endless beach. (264-497-6549,, doubles $120)."

"In contrast, the new five-room Madeariman Beach Club is an off-shoot of Madariman Reef Restaurant on Shoal Bay. Roll out of your bed and right into the surf (264-497-3833),, doubles $175-$225), or wander next door to Uncle Ernie's where the barbecue will set you back $10 and Heinekens go for $2."

"PREP: Anguilla Life magazine is free at most hotels. DISTANCE: 5 hours from New York."

There is also a 2 in. by 2in. photo of sand, water and sky. Thanks for keeping up the good work on the monthly newsletter and I enjoy Janine's articles. Susanne Thevenet - we've gone to Anguilla for 9 years.

Monday, November 19, 2001
Over 30 Anguilla beaches.

Web site: Scorpion Offshore Adventures. Scorpion is a high speed, 40 foot power boat operating in St. Martin, Anguilla and St Barths. Maximum of 12 passengers with easy bathing platform. Secure luggage area and changing facilities / cabin. Open bar with ice-cold drinks and snacks Day and night, Airport Transfers, Boat Excursions, VIP Charters, Snorkeling. The operator Eric can be reached at by telephone number at 011 (690)651616or by email at

Anguilla Forum:
Carib On-line Fan Mail. Ed Scofield ( writes:

My wife and I just returned from a lovely week on Anguilla and I just wanted to drop a note to thank you for your excellent web site. In planning our first trip to the island I took advantage of the wealth of information on your site in many ways. I used the menus to choose restaurants. I used the beaches guide to find remote spots (such as Dropsey Bay and Captain's Bay). I found a source for beach chairs, umbrellas, and a cooler (thanks to the wonderful Janine Edwards). I even brought home a map from the Land & Survey office!

In short, your excellent web site greatly enhanced our stay in paradise. We've traveled elsewhere in the Caribbean but now I can't imagine going anywhere but Anguilla. Thanks again.

Web site: - Harbour Villas is seven private and quiet apartments in three two-storey buildings less than 100 yards from the waters edge overlooking Georgeous Scilly Cay. Most Comprehensive Bibliography of the Caribbean. Don Mitchell has created the 4th edition of his amazing bibliography of Caribbean-related books and pamphlets. Don has been working on this for over 10 years and keeps discovering more sources of information. And it is all yours to browse on the web site.
Private villas for rent.

Article on Anguilla in the Providence Journal . Newspaper reporter visits Anguilla: Like many who venture beyond the theme-park islands of the Caribbean and discover Anguilla, my mind ponders various definitions of paradise. Without the typical beachside distractions, I'm forced to turn my attention to the beauty of the primal elements; the blushing sand, water that mimics the bluest sky, and gentle waves that caress the beach with a lover's touch. The only sound I hear is the mummer of the waves that barely crest before lapping onto shore. The surf slips back into the deep leaving the sand golden instead of stained as one might expect from such inky blue water. The rhythm of the waves, nature's unerring clock, sets the schedule here, not 8-to-5 deadlines.

Bits and Bites Open Again. Surf the internet at Bits and Bites in Sandy Ground (located between Sandy Deep and Johnnos), or have breakfast or sandwiches. Or work out in the gym. 264.497.0283.

Thursday, November 15, 2001
Restaurants and menus.

New web Site: Anguilla Great House. This resort complex of Caribbean style cottages is on Rendezvous Bay.

Wednesday, November 14, 2001

Le Beaujolais Nouveau Est Arrive. Starting tonight, Nov 14, at The Pumphouse, taste the new 2001 Beaujolias, with french cheese and charcutrie, plus music by the Happy Hits at 9pm.

Tuesday, November 13, 2001

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Villa for Holiday Rental.

Experience the tranquility of Ard Na Mara… a spacious three bedroom suite with pool tucked away on the coastline at Little Harbour. Swimming and snorkeling just steps away from the villa. Spectacular views of the ocean and St. Martin. Cool tradewinds. Generous patio space for indoor-outdoor living…perfect for relaxing, dining and entertaining. For more information email

Monday, November 12, 2001

Internet Yellow Pages:
All known Anguilla sites.

Island Standby. For inter-Caribbean travel, this site allows you to find last minute deals. For example, Anguilla Great House has a deal, but you must book before Nov 15 and travel before Dec 15.

Friday, November 09, 2001 Mary Ann's tropical construction web site has been updated with pictures of the kitchen, pictures of bathrooms and bath gardens, and information on mangoes.

Wednesday, November 07, 2001

Visitor's Picture Honored. Darren Nazareno ( writes: Just wanted to let you know that with the help of the natural beauty of Shoal Bay, my girlfriend and I were recognized for our photograph. It's featured in GWV brochure. As you can see, we should've won the Grand Prize. We'll definitely win next year when we make our trip back to Anguilla.

New web site: Omololu School. The Teacher Gloria Omololu Institute, a private primary school in Anguilla, now has a web site.

Tuesday, November 06, 2001

New web site: Dolphin Fantaseas.

Sunday, November 04, 2001

Sunset Homes Web Site. New site for a building contractor on the island. Be sure to explore the pages of finish details and building tips and they have a form where you can share your own tips.

Stories from the previous and earlier issues.
Long-stay Deals Altamer Restaurant
Children's Soccer Food Fair Reporter November Diary

About Anguilla

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Recommended Vacation Villas

Our villa on Shoal Bay beach: Bellamare.

And ten minutes away by small plane, our Azu villa in St Barth that is totally secluded and private, but walking distance to everything in St Jean, and with unbelievable views.

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