Every year on 30 May we celebrate Anguilla Day. Why 30 May? BecauseBecause that day Anguillians spontaneously decided to take matters in their own hands, split from the Associated State of St Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla, and look for a better arrangement elsewhere. In other words, they staged a revolution. Here you have a timeline of everything that went leading up to 30 May 1967 and beyond.
Anguilla’s curious shape, long, narrow and at an angle, ranks high in the list of factors that determine the direction in which life flows on the island. Almost four times as long as it is wide, Anguilla’s great divide runs from east to west, rather than from north to south. While the West has long […]
Wealth comes in many guises, especially when it refers to the public resources of whole countries or territories. Some have oil, some have gold, others have massive snow-capped mountains that they turn into skiing resorts. Anguilla’s most precious natural resource is, without doubt, the many exceptional beaches that garland the island’s coastline, especially along the […]
Though little known among visitors, Anguilla’s southeast coast is considered a hot real estate commodity by expats and locals alike. Detached from the tourist trail, the area between Spanish Quarter and East End isn’t quite as tidy or as glitzy as The West. And yet, the fact that the wow effect here is perhaps one […]