Arawak Beach Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsArawak Beach Inn Anguilla
A great place to stay. Only 5 minutes drive from Shaol Bay
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... Again .... Freaking spectacular.
At 10 am they conducted another lifeboat drill sans the life vests this time. After that, they had announcements and the crew was introduced to everyone. That was held in the bar area on the top deck. It was quite hot and stuffy.
Now the next part is 1/2 memory 1/2 people telling me what happened .....
I got really clammy really quickly. I reached out and grabbed Heathers' shoulder and ...
... Just leave it on the side. Then we can all move up one place quicker if it's left behind. And besides, by the look and amount of stuff in the trolley, it wouldn't seriously be missed. AT ALL! But no! everyone waits for the Junior to return a few minutes later, and the endless supply of groceries continues along the conveyor. Just thinking about it gives me the biggest headache you can imagine.
We are so lucky to live out here. So Christmas it is then. ...
Wed - 4/24 we went to “The Place”. Rendezvous Bay is my favorite beach and they have fixed it up very nice. They have the chaises and umbrellas from Mallihouana and Mo and Dave from Smokey’s are there and Shakeeda from CJ – we had a great time – we had the blackened fish sandwich and a burger, it was wonderful driving right up and parking close. They were doing a brisk lunch business, the food was good and service excellent. ...
... it. They have since turned to tourism as their main source of income, and are slowly building up the industry.
We did a paddle boarding/snorkeling tour with Paul on this island.
We got to see some of the country because our van took us up and over the mountain and you could see both oceans, on the left was the Caribbean and on the right was the rough and ...
... least one picture. The guy handed me an English translation booklet, but if I wanted to read about the island, I know how to use a library. There were only a few artifacts and not nearly enough pictures. If you're into models, there are 4 models in the museum (1 boat and 3 buildings) that you might like. Beyond that, there's a video of still photographs of views of the island, but you could just go view them yourself. I was ...