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My wife loves their food. One time we bought Pate de Provence, Greek pate, hot Italian sausage, 4 huge steaks, goat cheese, dry salami, aged asiago cheese, St. Andre triple cream cheese, gorgonzola cheese, and balsamic vinegar in a small recycled bottle so we didn't have to buy a gallon. Arista foods provided us with ice packs so we could get the food back to the other end of Anguilla without it spoiling.
Telephone: 1-264-497-6506, fax 1-264-497-6507. PO Box 797.
Directions: Arista Foods is located in the South Hill Plaza on the main west end road between Anguilla Trading and the turn off for Anguilla Great House. From the airport parking lot, take the only exit and turn left, then turn left again and drive past the airport, through the roundabout, straight down the island, through the Sandy Ground roundabout and into South Hill. Stay on the main road; when you reach the speed bumps ("sleeping policemen") at Anguilla Trading, watch for Arista on the left.
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Events, holidays, activities
Apr 16. The Brownies and Girl Guides of Anguilla and Nevis present a musical at Ruthwill Auditorium, 7pm.
Apr 17. Evan Webster, the Gospel Harmonies, and special friends in concert at Landsome Bowl.
May 1-3. Masters Cricket at Ronald Webster Park.
May 28. DeBrodah's Gospel concert at Landsome Bowl.
Art Festival: July 26 to Aug 1, deadline for registration is May 31st.
Carnival: Aug 1 to 10. Music, street dances, parades, boat races, pageants, etc.
But if parasailing isn't your thing you can also try your hand at several other watersports activities now being offered by Second Wind Watersport, operated by Anguillian Dandy Richardson, who is well known on island for his watersports exploits and expertise.
One of Anguilla's premier windsurfers, Richardson closed down his last watersports venture "Hook'd on Watersports" on Cove Bay to move to the United States in 1997. He recently returned to Anguilla and decided to start a new business on Shoal Bay.
Other activities offered by Second Wind Watersport include windsurfing, sailboating, kayaking, snorkeling and paddle boats at a cost of US $50.00 per session.
For more information, drop by Shoal Bay East any day between 9:00am and sunset. The beach hut is located to the east of Uncle Ernies, in front of Shoal Bay Resort.
Information courtesy the Anguilla Hotel and Tourism Assoc.
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Update on Valley Primary Newspaper.
The Head Teacher of Valley Primary, Veda Harrigan,
has email at
email@example.com, in case
you wanted to donate some books to their new school library.
Malliouhana Holiday Raffle Tickets.
Wallblake House Trust is holding a
new raffle. The prize is
a week for two at Malliouhana Hotel,
including round trip airfare (from
anywhere), car rental, and five dinners for two at five local restaurants.
Only 500 tickets to be sold. Cost of tickets are $50. Drawing on Nov
26, 1999 at the Malliohana Hotel at 5 pm. For more information,
contact Margie at
firstname.lastname@example.org or Fiona
Update on Julian Niles. Julian, the creator of the first Anguilla Home Page, successfully defended his PhD thesis in molecular physics last month. So, now he is a Dr! He is planning a trip from Georgia to Anguilla this July to visit family and friends. Congratulatons! Well done Julian.
Feedback on "No Mercy" Charter Boat:
Visitor W.D. Hale (
We had the good fortune of being the first day charter onboard NO MERCY.
While seas were running 10 - 15 ft. the boat had a comfortable and stable
Our fishing adventure took us out to DOG Island. Even with the rough seas we
managed to catch several large barracuda..always fun to catch. Captain Shaun
is very knowledgable of the local fishing HOT SPOTS and a day on NO Mercy will
surely result in a great fishing experience.
"No Mercy" also offers charter trips, water skiing, and tubing!
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Rose's Place. This
large waterfront villa in Island Harbour, near Hibernia, is
actually a double villa, with a two bedroom/two bath villa upstairs
and another downstairs. Air conditioned.
The Pumphouse has a web page now at
Personal Home Page of Leroy Hill is at
Anguilla: The Short Tour is available from Netconcepts.
Beaches.ai is a new web site for Anguilla's beaches.
Hurricane Predictions. The updated forecast for the 1999 season from Dr William Gray has just been released. The full text can be found on this web page.
Webster and Dyrud, a legal firm, has a web site at
Offshore Finance Laws of Anguilla are indexed at
First Anguilla Trust now has a web page.
It grows wild in many parts of the island. In the old days, Anguillans used the sticky sap of the Pigeon Wood to seal envelopes. This was especially useful because the glue on envelopes gets moist here and sticks before you can even use it!
To conserve water in the dry season, the natural Frangiapani plant drops all of its long thin leaves.
By coincidence, a giant, voracious caterpillars with very distinctive yellow and black bodies appear on the scene at just the right time and eat all of the leaves just before they drop off. Then the Frangiapani trees go into a dormant phase and the caterpillers turn into hawk moths.
A visitor sent us a digital picture of the wild frangipani
this month and asked what it was:
I just thought I would send you a note and thank you for the wonderful web
I check it out at least twice a week just wishing we were back on the
We spent most of Feb just beach hopping and loved every minute . We are
coming back again all of Feb 2000. It is a long way off and I will be
checking in regular for the latest.
Can you help me identify the picture I took [see pix to the right]. It came out quite well and
some one asked me what kind of tree it was and I don't know. If you know I
would appreciate it.
From: Butch Marofsky CHGolf@knownet.net
Subject: Recent visit
Date: Wed, 7 Apr 1999 21:36:27 -0400
Hello Bob, I just thought I would send you a note and thank you for the wonderful web site. I check it out at least twice a week just wishing we were back on the beaches. We spent most of Feb just beach hopping and loved every minute . We are coming back again all of Feb 2000. It is a long way off and I will be checking in regular for the latest.
Can you help me identify the picture I took [see pix to the right]. It came out quite well and some one asked me what kind of tree it was and I don't know. If you know I would appreciate it.
Thanks again, Butch
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Our villa on Shoal Bay: Bellamare.
And ten minutes away, our villa in St Barths.