Arawak Beach Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsArawak Beach Inn Anguilla
A great place to stay. Only 5 minutes drive from Shaol Bay
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... chandlery, but enjoyed seeing some of their green Island. We really enjoyed the quietness of the small bay and stayed for 7 days before heading to Antigua.
We arrived at the Island of Antigua after sailing for some 8 hours from Guadeloupe. We spent 7 lovely nights in the bay of Falmouth, making two trips into the main town of St John's by bus on the northern end of the Island. We found the locals generally friendly, but saw the ...
... with kahluha ice cream, drizzled with chocolate and caramel You must try this, it is really good, the perfect combination of flavors. I will post the picture in the restaurant reviews - you will be drooling!!
Tuesday, 4/30 - blissful quiet beach and then Sandbar that night.
Sandbar is so great, what is better than French Fries…batter dipped French fries YUM! We also had the fish bits, meatballs stuffed with olives, goat cheese salad ...
Sunday morning dawned with a cloudy sky and lots of wind in Phillipsburg, St. Maarten. Perfect weather for the day’s activity. We participated in a sailing regatta. The Stars and Stripes has raced in the America’s Cup sailboat race and is here, in St. Maarten. We raced against another sailboat from Canada, True North. We each were assigned a task-I was the bartender and Mel was the primary grinder. He ...
Like most of the Caribbean Islands tourism is huge and we can understand why when we docked here- there were 6 cruise ships in port with 20,000+ passengers spilling into the town of Philipsburg with money to spend and shopping for duty free goods on the mind. OK ...
... Nooo! Getting all flashily dressed up?... No.... definitely not! Instead, it’s been a load of wonderful of
beach partying instead. Drinking beer. Dancing & swimming in the gloriously warm turquoise blue waters of the Caribbean. Now I ask you... what else did you expect for the arrival of the Dutch Queen Beatrice’s visit to the Island with her Son and his wife.
So along with many other locals we went to a fabulous beach called ...