Travel Blogs from Anguilla
... 8212;it was going to be windy as hell, with correspondingly rough seas. Typical late winter trade winds from the ENE to E at 18-23 knots were forecast for Race 1, increasing slightly the next two days for Races 2 and 3. Seas were forecast to be consistent with the wind forecast – 6 to 8 feet and building over the period.
The same person who managed the multihull rating process for the Around St. Maarten Multihull Regatta the ...
... of time can be wearing and tiring on your body, so I didn’t mind if she wanted to take a break. She kept on going, but said that she was hungry, so she sent Angy to the store to get some mangoes for some mango salad. As it started to get dark, Lady went home and Rosa moved me in the salon to avoid the bugs as much as possible. Rosa mentioned that Bernardo was inside, so I told her to have him come say hi. She sent Angy to do the job. Bernardo ...
... recognize from before – Loic, Rudy, Teddy (who I call T-Bear because when he re-introduced himself, he said Tedi, like teddy bear), Ricky (who Natan introdcued to me as his cousin – I had met Ricky before but didn’t know he was Tuto’s cousin), Stephane, Peter, Chris, and others whose names haven’t stuck. I warmed up with Tuto and Jose, Tuto followed me in some yoga stretches, then it was our turn to play. It was here at Cul-de-Sac ...
... sunshine and took in the views of the lagoon. Stunning.
Then I went for a wander along the road - well mostly on the grass because there was no footpath and there are some crazy drivers over here. I ended up walking towards the french side of the island and found "Le Grande Marche" in CupeCoy - a high end grocers in the middle of a fancy schmancy neighbourhood. I decided to get a couple of things to tie me over for today and ...
... throughout. It is very, very pleasant and appealing, but we were left wondering what attracts all the wealth to such a small, dry island? We concluded the money is here because the money is here.
After our walking tour, which included buying some fresh baguettes and rum, we returned to the boat and after lunch made another short trip to shore near our anchorage to visit the Inter-Oceans Museum. This small museum was ...
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Meads Bay, Anguilla | 4 star resortfrom $324
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