Serenity Cottage

Address: Shoal Bay East, Anguilla | Ranch
 
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This ranch, located on Shoal Bay East, Anguilla, is near Prickly Pear Cays, Cove Bay, Koal Keel, and Cheddie Richardson Carving Studio.
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      Travel Blogs from Anguilla

      My Anguilla Vacation - 4/21-5/4 2013

      A travel blog entry by ellenlv on May 21, 2013

      2 comments, 26 photos

      ... the beach – they came up from the old Viceroy Beach Club road and then drove down the sand a ways, then went back down the other road out to Meads Bay Road, thank heavens they did not drive any further on the beach. – one example of the “me” crowd that seems to have infiltrated Anguilla.

      Tuesday night we were heading for the Pumphouse for dinner and we got to the corner of Meads Bay road and the Main road (Rendezvous) and this gal ...

      Finally!

      A travel blog entry by jordanmpeterson on Mar 28, 2013

      3 comments, 20 photos

      ... but luckily it finally came after what felt like a lifetime. From there I followed him and some other girl that he worked with to the shuttle. They told me to wait inside because they had to pick up some other new crew members. That was really when the culture shock set in. We drove over to another place to pick up some crew members, and about 13 or 14 people got on, and none of them were speaking English. And it was ...

      St. Maarten

      A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Dec 15, 2012

      13 photos

      ... of the island. The ship didn't land at the cruise ship dock, but instead, at the cargo port. That meant that 1) we were farther from town, and 2) we had a very different disembarkation procedure. Instead of getting off the boat one-by-one whenever we were ready and getting individually processed through immigration, we all got off the boat at once and stood in lines. Our passports had just been handed back ot us on the boat on the way over, and now they ...

      Bottums Up!

      A travel blog entry by jamsheedmaster on Mar 29, 2012

      29 March 2012 – Phillipsburg, St Maarten



      As expected, the drinking started early at a little beach bar called Bottoms Up. It's a funny little town Phillipsburg, catering very much to the many cruise ships that come in. That means lots of beach bars, duty free shopping and jewellery stores. We were docked next to the Westerdam, which happens to be the ship I’ll be on next, at the end of April. It’s almost identical to the Noordam, with a few internal ...

      An Island of 2 Nations

      A travel blog entry by bruinz on Feb 22, 2012

      The Caribbean island of St. Maartin / St. Martin is both Dutch and French. With both nations inside of the EU (and frankly not worrying about much of anything in this dual-province island for years), natives of both descendants cross international boundaries freely and multiple times during the day on this Island. We dined in a French cafe with crepes and sparkling wine and later went to the beach near the airport, watching the planes land overhead and nearby. A lovely ...