Originally built in the late 1700s as a sugar and cotton plantation that extended all the way down to Crocus Bay, the Warden’s House or “Koal Keel” was built by slave labour for a Dutch family from Sint Maarten who owned the property. Today this is widely regarded as the oldest building in Anguilla, although until […]
Can you tell? Let’s play spot the difference! It might look like a minor facelift but it was in fact a colossal enterprise. And you know what? It feels great! The new SMPM door and windows make the office more modern, let more light in and look like a million dollars. Well worth the effort!
Time takes time, they say, and so does rising from the ashes. It’s been twelve weeks since hurricane Irma rocked Anguilla to its foundations, and the gradual motion towards refashioning the island has continued at a steady, if not dizzying, pace. But as more businesses get back to their feet and more development plans are […]
Hurricane Irma bashed its way past Anguilla on September 6 2017. With sustained winds in excess of 180 mph and gusts approaching 230 mph, this was an exceptional storm—indeed the worst on record to hit the Caribbean Sea. Anguilla—like Barbuda and St. Martin, like Tortola and St. Thomas—suffered extensive material damage at the hand of […]