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... owners was completely nullified. Everything looked quite bedraggled and dripping. Despite this though, nothing was going to spoil the jollity of the occasion. The loud music kept going.... the outdoor cooking over fires continued, and people even continued queuing for food and tee shirts. The unwilling goats were dragged up on stage and paraded round. I still don’t know what the judges are looking for, but they all sagely nod their heads as each ...
... is a genius in the kitchen.
Monday, 4/22 - we made the rounds - Best Buy, Tropical Liquor and Proctors, did not go to Lakes as we found everything we needed. Got some great tomatoes at Proctors – they were from Island Greens.
Monday night we went to Ocean Echo, the conch salad was really good, lightly battered conch with very little filler on a bed of fresh greens with a light oil and vinegar dressing and fresh tomatoes, we had a great ...
... We still have 2 full seas days before we arrive on Sunday morning. We seem to be averaging about 17 knots and the sea state is fairly gentle which some slight waves whipped up by the wind. Again no trouble for a ship this size. We soon pull away from the port and change heading to a north-westerly direction as we head back to Florida. We still have 2 full seas days before we arrive on Sunday morning. We seem to be averaging about 17 knots and the sea ...
... meetings in Porto Santo and Grenada, we all went to the yacht club bar which was buzzing before the “Heineken” regatta tomorrow, and then went out for a nice Indian meal.
28/2 we left latish and sailed the 9 miles round the island to the French side and anchored in Marigot bay again near “Persephone”, we then went ashore to the laundry and the “duty free” supermarket. At 5 we went over and invited Nigel and Karen onboard for a drink, they left at ...
... a good thing I had a local who was helping me to make sure I got off the bus at the right place and got directed to the pier, which is behind some hotel.
From Simpson Bay, the ride to St. Barth was pretty bumpy. I can see why each seat comes with a plastic bag. Nobody on the boat seemed to have problems though. For whatever it's worth, I was the only under-30 on the boat. There were 2 couples I'd put in their
early 40s, ...
Other places to stay in Anguilla
P .O. Box 200, West End | 3 star hotelfrom $169
- La Sirena is Great - You Don't Have to Spend A Lot to Enjoy Anguilla!
- Excellent hotel exceeded our expectations.
- Best Beach at the best price
Shoal Bay East, Anguilla | 3 star hotel
- Can't wait to return to Ku
- Moderately pleased
- Teething problems....
Meads Bay, Anguilla | 3 star hotelfrom $187
\N, Anguilla | 2 star hotelfrom $163
Maundays Bay Road, West End | 4 star hotelfrom $1,185
\N, Anguilla | Hotelfrom $169
Back Street, Anguilla | Hotelfrom $165
South Hill, South Hill | Hotelfrom $222
Sandy Ground, Anguilla | 1 star hotelfrom $100
Shoal Bay West, Anguilla | Hotelfrom $250
Meads Bay, Anguilla | Hotelfrom $100
P.O. Box 81, Anguilla | 2 star hotelfrom $150
- Second visit even better!
- Shoal Bay Villas we loved it.
- Awful hotel on a great beach