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Santosha Estate Villa Anguilla

Standing tall on beautiful Long Bay Beach, your expectations of Santosha Villa Estate Anguilla are inspired by the essence of its Sanskrit name. The property doesn’t disappoint. When visiting this beachfront estate, you are bound to feel complete acceptance, satisfaction and contentment – this is “Santosha”! Previously a personal residence

FitDish Anguilla

FitDish caters to the career woman/man or gym enthusiast or just someone interested in living a healthier lifestyle, who just doesn’t have the time or know-how to create their daily balanced meals. The official launch was held at Tea Box Lounge where guests were given a brief run through of

Valley Primary School Grade 6

Over the first two weeks of the calendar year, many school students across Anguilla were inspired by the ‘Living a Life of Purpose School Tour’ organized by Avern Gumbs. It is her desire to inspire children and young individuals and provide the support and motivation she had to either dream

Hurricane Irma might have ruffled our feathers but we’ll shake it off and it definitely won’t dampen our will to succeed as a country. We as Anguillians are prepared to take this ‘setback’ to prepare for a ‘major comeback’. Here are some things Hurricane Irma taught us and others things

Hurricane Irma Anguilla Lillies

Hurricanes are no strangers to the Caribbean but, Hurricane Irma 2017 was not your usual hurricane! There are annual occurrences of these natural disasters usually within the Atlantic Hurricane Season – June 1st to November 30th. However, the most active period of the season begins closer to the end of

2017 Anguilla Summer Festival Schedule

Countdown to the 2018 Anguilla Summer Festival [tribe_event_countdown slug=”anguilla-summer-festival” show_seconds=”yes”] We practically went to every last event during the 2017 Anguilla Summer Festival! As tired as we were, the adrenaline rush kept us coming back for more soca, more calypso, more boat race, more beach parties, more everything! You can

James Ronald Webster passes

Today, Anguilla mourns. Today, the Father of the Nation, Leader of the Revolution and an inspiration for many, James Ronald Webster, has passed. As a child, I knew him to be the peaceful man who sat ever so humbly on the right side of the St. Augustine’s Anglican Church. Religiously

Prickly Pear Cay

US$360,000 awarded to Anguilla’s Department of Fisheries and National Trust to restore and manage Anguilla’s Prickly Pear Cays and Marine Park In an announcement made on 1 November, the UK Darwin Plus biodiversity and climate change initiative confirmed funding to the Department of Fisheries and Marine Resources (DFMR), the Anguilla

Anguilla Youth Book Cover Anguillian Literature

November 3, 2016, The Valley – Two weeks after the launch of the book Chapter 5: a compilation of stories we didn’t want to write on October 19, 2016, high praise continues to pour in about this literary feat by twenty-eight teenage writers from the Albena Lake-Hodge Comprehensive School in

Anguilla Summer Festival Parade of Troupes 100%

Rachel Rudwall of How 2 Travelers paid Anguilla a visit during our 2015 Summer Festival and documented her experience reveling in the Parade of Troupes. She has now brought to our attention 5 things to learn from Anguilla Carnival, especially when doing what we do! Be sure to take part