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Anguilla Diary: May 7 to June 3, 2001

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Here is a day-by-day compendium of news items, as we gathered them - starting with the most recent.

Friday, June 01, 2001


Real Estate

Amber Woodley wins Talented Teen Pageant. As reported in The Daily Herald, this pageant had contestants from many Carbibbean islands. Read Amber's 1997 Valedictorian speech from when she graduated from Road Primary School.


Coronation Avenue project announced on Anguilla Day. As reported in The Daily Herald: "Landscaping, sidewalks, improved lighting and botanical gardens are planned for Coronation Avenue. The road, already lined with large mahogany trees, is to be further beautified with a path behind the trees with flowers, palms, park benches and decorative lighting."


De Tree Wins the Anguilla Day sailboat race.



Internet Yellow Pages:
All known Anguilla sites.

Pumphouse Summer Hours. Laurie and Gabi Gumbs (pumphouse@anguillanet.com) write: we just wanted to let you know, that The Pumphouse will be closed on Sundays and Mondays from now through the summer. We still have Live Music on Wednesdays ("Happy Hits" starting 9PM), Thursdays ("Boss and friends" starting 9PM) and Saturdays ("Happy Hits" again starting at 9PM).Please come by any time and try our new Buritos, Quesadillas and Tacos.


Wednesday, May 30, 2001

Carnival and Boat Races. Summer Festival starts on Thursday August 2, 2001 and runs until Sunday August 12, 2001. Click link for a schedule of events.


Tuesday, May 29, 2001


Submit a News Story.

Anguilla Productions: Event Planning. Read about all-in-one event planning and hosting: conferences and meetings, retreats, weddings, parties, ....



Villas.ai:
Private villas for rent.

Car Wash! The Valley community is having a fund-raising car wash on Saturday, June 2, 8am to 6:30pm. Location: the Trough on Coronation Blvd (same place the Christmas Tree lighting was located).


Sunday, May 27, 2001

Beachshack: Adding Color

Mary Ann's tropical construction site has been updated with pictures and information on adding color to the buildings without using paint, which can peel. Also: coralstone, plastic gingerbread, concrete wall light sconces, and more.



Menus.ai:
Restaurants and menus.

Allamanda Beach Club: Summer/Winter Rates

Allamanda Beach Club has excellent rates all year, but the "summer" season from April 15 to December 14 is especially appealing. A studio apartment right next to the pool is only $87 dollars a night and that includes the tax and service in the summer!

ROOM DETAILS SUMMER WINTER
Deluxe King Unit with king size bed on top floor (rooms# 3 & 4) $165 $214
Deluxe with two queen size beds Unit with two queen size beds on second floor (rooms# 9 & 10) $165 $214
Bedroom Apartment Unit with king size bed plus pull-out sofa bed on ground floor (room# 13 & 16) $165 $214
Standard Bedroom Unit with queen size bed on top (rooms# 1, 2, 5, 6) $142 $189
Standard Bedroom Unit with queen size bed on second floor (rooms# 7, 8, 11, 12) $132 $168
Studio Unit with pull-out sofa bed on ground floor (rooms# 14 & 15) $ 87 $128

Click the link above for more information and to make a reservation.


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Sandy Deep: New Charter Boat

Thomas Peabody (peabodyt@anguillanet.com) of the Sandy Deep Beach Store in Sandy Ground writes: Our new boat should be in the water in 2 or 3 weeks. Her name is like the shop "Sandy Deep" and I'll use her for chartering snorkel trips, fishing and private dive guiding. Her length is 26' and was built by Rebel Marine, Anguilla. She'll be powered by twin Evinrude 90 horsepower outboards.

Click the link above to visit the Sandy Deep web site.



Bay View: Sunset Over Road Bay

Here is a photo taken inside one of the studio apartments at Bay View, showing the sunset over Road Bay and Sandy Ground village.

Off-season rate is $65 per day - high-season is $85. Click the link above to visit their web site and see more new pictures of the rooms.


Thursday, May 24, 2001


Hotels.ai:
All the resorts/hotels/inns.

AHTA News. The Anguilla Hotel and Tourism Association has started their third annual Car Raffle: a white 2001 Susuki Grand Vitara, valued at US$21,700. Tickets are $25, or five for $100. The draw will be held on Friday, Sept 7, 2001. Blanchards Restaurant is extending their summer hours this year and will only be closed for the month of September. They are closed Sunday and Monday until October.


Sports.ai Updated Again. Zack Kenworthy continues to post his sports news from The Anguillian newspaper on the web. Click the link above.


Tuesday, May 15, 2001


Anguilla Forums:
Compuserve

Carib On-line

Announcing the 4th summer season of the Anguilla Youth Summer Theatre Program! Eleanor Stacey (emstcy@usa.net) writes:

Yes, we are in business again, so clear your month of July for the Apple Theatre Company summer show. This year we will be in session from July 9th through August 2nd. Auditions will be held on Thursday, July 5th at a location yet to be announced (but watch out for more information!). Performances will be July 30th and 31st and August 1st and 2nd, 2001.

This year's summer musical is "Once On This Island" - a fantastic tale of love, loss, and redemption. Based on a novel by Trinidadian author Rosa Guy, the story surrounds the life of Ti Moune, a young girl who falls in love with a man she is not destined to have. The fable is told by a group of local people who sit together during a hurricane waiting for it to end. The story is an colourful and imaginative illustration of why they need not be afraid of the storm.

There are many interesting characters in this musical show. In addition to Ti Moune, there is Daniel (the man she loves), Ti Moune's endearing parents Mama Euralie and Tonton, a handful of mischievous and comic deities, and a whole bunch of parts that flow in and our of the story. For those who want to be in the spotlight onstage, there are many parts to play with loads of opportunities to sing, act, and dance. No experience is necessary! Just bring your interest in performance and a willingness to learn. There are parts for girls and parts for guys, and parts for people who just simply want to be onstage and be part of the group. Everyone is welcome!

Not only are there onstage parts, but this year there are also plenty of important offstage positions to fill. Ever wanted to learn to market a show, focus and run lights, build and decorate sets and costumes, or throw a great party? If so, this is your chance! These roles are just a few of the many vital administrative parts that help to put a show on its feet. Take this opportunity to work alongside theatre professionals from New York and Canada.

Everyone between the ages of 12 and 20 is welcome to take part in the production (but don't worry if you are a little outside the mark in either direction!). Past participants in the program have returned each summer out of their enthusiasm for the show and their love for theatre. One student's comment: "I never knew how much fun theatre could be before taking part in the summer program. Being in the show has opened my eyes to the world of theatre and I love it!"

Pass this on to your friends who you think might be interested, and if you would like more information, feel free to email me.


Thursday, May 10, 2001


Calendar:
Events, holidays, activities

Island Dreams Real Estate and Villa Rental Jackie Pascher (jackie@anguillanet.com) has a web site for her new villa management and realty business, which is located in The Valley in the same quarters as Anguilla Travel Service (across from the Anglican church).


Tuesday, May 08, 2001

Mitchell's West Indian Bibliography: 3rd Edition Don Mitchell QC has published the 3rd Edition of his bibliography of English non-fiction publications about the West Indies. This web site is a comprehensive list of books and pamplets published since the 16th century. Invaluable for collectors and historians, fascinating for the casual browser: just dip in at any point and see what people were writing about in the past.


Monday, May 07, 2001


Anguilla Questions?
Email the Tourist Board at atbtour@anguillanet.com or the Hotel Association at ahta@anguillanet.com

Summer Environmental Camp. Camp Be Aware is holding its 3rd annual summer camp starting July 9, 2001. Sixty primary school children will participate: viewing Anguilla's natural wonders, improving their swimming skills, painting murals on the walls of Road School. This project has a lot of community support. Sponsors include Social Security board, All Island Cable, The Chief Minister's Office, the Department of Education, American Eagle, Anguilla Printers, Cable and Wireless, the community foundation, Apex Auto, Caracasbaai and Flamboya.

American Eagle has donated two Puerto Rico round trips for a raffle. So buy lots of the US$5 tickets. 264.497.2369.


Summer Airfare to St. Kitts/Nevis. Trans Anguilla Airways has a weekend special to St. Kitts for $90 US and Nevis for $110 US. 264.497.8690. transang@anguillanet.com


Public Holiday. Today, Monday May 7, is Labour Day in Anguilla. Most businesses are closed. Children gather at Ronald Webster Park for "Fun Day" of sports competitions.



Beaches.ai:
Over 30 Anguilla beaches.

Mother's Day Special. An important day in Anguilla - May 13, 2001. Many people go out. Lots of flowers. One option is to take your mother to the “Top of the Palms” Restaurant at La Sirena for Mother's Day Special Brunch, 12-3pm. Don’t forget to bring your swimming suit. Live Music with Boss and his Band. 264.497.6827

 Revised: 2001/6/2




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