Visiting Anguilla

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Stories and Tips Anguilla

General Comments

Written by lovethecaribbean on 25 May, 2010

General Comments- This island had the best beaches, prettiest water and best restaurants of any Caribbean Island that we have visited (and we have been to quite a few). The island was very quiet too-- no crowds to be seen. While I…Read More


Written by lovethecaribbean on 25 May, 2010

Shopping- We are not big shoppers but I like to get a print and Christmas ornament in each place that I visit. We also wanted to get mother’s day and father’s day gifts and were hoping to find a place with local pieces.…Read More

Rental Car-- Get One, Taxis Are Expensive!

Written by lovethecaribbean on 25 May, 2010

Rental Car- The hotel arranged our rental car through Highway Rental. Besides being about 45 minutes late with delivery of the car, everything was great. The car was a small four door with great air conditioning. It worked well for us…Read More

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Scilly Cay and Snorkeling Day Trip on Anguilla

Written by lovethecaribbean on 25 May, 2010

Day Trip to Scilly Cay plus snorkeling from the Juluca Star- We took this day trip and had a wonderful time. The guys on the boat were very friendly and answered a lot of our questions (it was our second day on the…Read More

Trip To Anguilla

Written by knowles multimedia on 21 Jan, 2010

When my parents used to live in Anguilla, many years ago, my wife and I used to take the ferry from the French side, Marigot to Blowing Point, Anguilla.. In those days, the ferry boat was a 35 ft wooden vessel, with a…Read More

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