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Not only is the menu interesting, but Chef Dale Carty offers daily specials, such as Snapper Creole filet, Wrapped Herb Snapper, and Pot Fish Sandwich, or West Indian Curry Goat and Grandma's Stew Chicken (remember, Dale works as one of the chefs at Malliouhana Hotel). Only open for breakfast and lunch, but they serve Starbucks coffee!
Open 7 days a week, 7:30am to 3:00pm.
Directions: on the main road near the Methodist
Church in South Hill. From the airport parking lot, take
the only exit and turn left, then left again past the
airport entrance and through the roundabout down the main road.
Continue west, straight through the Sandy Ground
roundabout and watch for Tasty's on the right side
in about a mile.
|Tasty's Breakfast Menu
Grand Marnier French Toast with sliced fruit $6.50
Pancakes and Sausage with Maple Syrup $5.00
Homemade Roll Basket $3.50
Omelette (A choice of Cheese, Spicy Vegetables, Mushrooms, Bacon, Ham) $4.00
Omelette with Cheese, Peppers, Onions, Tomatoes and local Herbs $5.00
Expresso $2.00 * Starbuck's Coffee $2.00 * Tea $2.00
Fruit Salad $3.50 * Fruit Juices $1.50 * Milk $1.50
|Tasty's Lunch Menu
Soup of the Day $3.00
Chicken Caesar Salad $6.50 * Chicken Sandwich $5.00
Tuna with Melted Cheese Sandwich $4.50
Pot Fish Sandwich $4.00
Hamburger $4.00 * Cheeseburger $5.00
Veggie Burger $5.00
Spaghetti Bolognese $6.50 * Spicy Vegetable Pasta $5.00
Seafood Pasta $6.00
Jumbo Wings $6.50 * Chicken and Chips $7.00
Fish and Chips $7.00
All sandwiches and burgers served with Fries.
Dessert of the Day $2.00
Assorted Ice Creams $2.00
All Prices are quoted in U.S. Dollars
Tasty's Cafe does not normally serve dinner. Instead the business converts over to Prim's Pizza under separate management.
Prim's sells pizza by the pie or the slice (EC$4/US1.50 per slice). The Full House Special Pizza is EC$20/US$7.50. A basic cheese pizza varies from EC$12/US$4.50 for 10" to EC$27/US$10 for 18". They have every kind of topping at an extra charge of EC$0.50/US$0.20 for olives to EC$5/US$2 for Lobster.
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New to Anguilla?
Another One! As of November 16th, Hurricane Lenny is headed in our direction.
Hurricane Jose passed about 20 miles south of Anguilla during October. According to the hotel association, "the storm caused only minimal damage to member properties and businesses. A quick survey and site inspection revealed only a few minor trouble spots, including beach redistribution along Rendezvous Bay and beach erosion at Shoal Bay West [not The Shoal Bay] and Maundays Bay." The torrential rains (13.5 inches!) that followed left temporary "lakes" in every low point across the island, but they drained away into the coral within a few days.
To the right is picture of Island Harbour village after the heavy rains.
Bryan eventually shared his secret with Americans Ray Knudsen and David Stephens and the trio formed a partnership to develop the site into a business, while protecting it as well.
Designated as an Underwater Archaeological Preserve by the Government of Anguilla, the site is being managed by AMR. The Marine Park is a joint private and public venture, that intends to be a model for underwater archaeological tourism.
AMR has developed a unique underwater museum at Stoney Bay
accessible only by divers through Shoal Bay Scuba
and sanctioned by an exclusive 20-year lease with Government.
For more information, visit their web site at
Email the Tourist Board at
or the Hotel Association at
Full Moon Party Tuesday, Nov 23.
Bunnie Cox (email:
[email protected]) writes:
We had such a good time last Jan at the full moom/blue moon party
at Serenity. We won't be back until Jan 27 and the full moon will
be over. Wish he would have another party without the full moon!
We had a great gang there and soooo much fun!
Serenity on Shoal Bay confirms they will be having full moon parties
on the beach again this season, with dancing under the stars.
The first full moon is Tuesday, November 23.
Phone 1-264-497-3328 to confirm party and why not
make a dinner reservation too?
Jose Postpones Tourist Fete. A couple of the events scheduled as part of the Tourism Fete 99 have been postponeded until December due to the disruption of the offices caused by Hurricane Jose. The awards ceremony and open house of Nov 2 is now Dec 3, and the judging of the best village competition is moved from Oct 29 to Nov 26.
St Gerards Garden Party.
Margie Morani says that the
evening event is scheduled
for March 4, 2000.
And Bob Conrich (email:
[email protected]) says "It's always on the Friday before Ash Wednesday."
Press and Travel Agents Visit Anguilla. During the month of November, Anguilla will receive a number of visitors from the international press and from top-producing travel agents from the United States, the United Kingdom and Germany interested in increasing Anguilla's visibility in the global marketplace . Starting from November 3rd, the Anguilla Tourist Board and the Anguilla Hotel and Tourism Association, will be hosting journalists from international newspapers and magazines such as Travel Weekly, Jax Fax, Dive International, Islands Magazine, The Times, The London Evening Standard and the Irish Tatler, plus travel agencies from Europe and the United States. For further information, contact: Ena Boasman-Hodge, Anguilla Tourist Board, Old Factory Plaza. Telephone: 264-497-2759. Fax: 264-497-2710.
"Heroes and Heroines of Anguilla's Revolution" is intended to be a continuous theme to honour posthumously those who featured prominently in the struggle to liberate their country from servitude and poverty's ever tightening grasp. It is an honour to salute the work and memory of four Anguillans whose loyalty to country speaks volumes as their fitting epitaphs.
News.ai will present the four heroes over the next four issues, starting with:
Edwin Wallace Rey (1906-1980)
Born at the turn of the twentieth century in 1906, Edwin Wallace Rey was one of
the key architects of Anguilla's political reformation.
The varied talents of this militant figure were greatly relied on during his
country's political crisis. Aside from being an outspoken politician, Mr. Rey was
an Architect/builder, Auto dealer, and more significantly a lobbyist for his
country's liberation from the federation of St. Kitts/Nevis. Mr. Rey was among
that group of determined activists who advocated and enforced the expulsion of
the St. Kitts police on May 30th 1967.
Wallace Rey's truck was one of the vehicles used to barricade
the airstrip to prevent police reinforcements landing. He also
spent many long nights guarding Anguilla's beaches to protect his land
against pending invasions.
Rey was a member of the Peacekeeping Committee formed after the police expulsion in 1967. His political ambitions won him a seat on the Anguilla Council in October of the same year. As an independent thinker and radical politician this statesman found it most difficult to accept compromise in his country's bid for greater autonomy. Rey was a staunch critic of British government policies towards Anguilla. He once said that "Britain had bribed Anguillans in the past" but that Anguillans would no longer "bite at everything...", would no longer live on "Pie Crust promises".
Other significant involvements surrounding the evenful life of this politician include his trip to london in 1975 as part of a delegation to discuss a new constitution for Anguilla. Rey's active involvement in his country's political life ended in 1976 when he was denied re-election to the island's legislative Council.
This project was managed by Griffin Webster/Weblinks for Anglec, the Anguilla Electricity Company. He started using Anguillian students working for the summer at Beachtech to read the GPS, compute the code using a Palm Pilot and record the data into an Access database (Indah Wallace, Csaes Watley and Aldo Jackson). By the end of the summer the GPS reading and coding were turned over to the painting crew: Irwin Proctor and Ras Isamaus Jahnya (pictured right).
Here is the key for decoding the pole labels to GPS locations.
The label is made up of two parts. The top part is the North-South location and the bottom part is the East-West location. Each part of the label is made up of one letter and two digits. Using the tables below, the letters can be decoded to a number that gives the Hours and Minutes. Then you add the two digits to it, giving a precise GPS location. Note that the letters in the North-South table do not conflict with those in the East-West table. This is to ensure that there is no confusion with the translation.
For example, the picture above shows the pole outside the News.ai office: S17 over J44, translates as 18�15.17N 63:01.44W, or 18 degrees 15.17 minutes North, 63 degrees 01.44 minutes West.
Note. Some GPS's can show the locations as XXX.yyyy degrees as well. To determine the location in this format, first convert to XX degrees yy.yy minutes. Then get a mathematician to show you how to convert base 60 numbers to decimal.
Try Travel Talk:
You can read visitor questions about Anguilla and post answers
forum (hint: it is organized by month).
Tête-à-Tête Forum: Read and post feedback on Julian Niles' Anguilla Home Page
Most Enjoyable Vacation Ever.
From: Bill and Pam Livingston Email: [email protected] Subject: Our trip to Anguilla Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 21:42:00 -0700
We just returned from the most enjoyable vacation that we have ever had! Not withstanding the fact that our last two days were visited by Hurricane Jose (which extended our stay by two days!).
We met many new friends during this time and the best part was that we were hosted by the friendliest people on earth! Anguilla was everything we had hoped for, quiet, beautiful beaches and great restaurants. In particular, we would like to say thanks to Mr. Fleming and all of his staff at the Anguilla Great House for their hospitality and friendship. Also a special thanks to Ken Gulley, their newly hired Chef, that provided us with gourmet meals even through Hurricane Jose's passing. We certainly will plan a return trip to Anguilla in the future.
Bill and Pam
Groton, CT USA
Specials at Shoal Bay Villas. All specials are US$, prepaid, tax and service included:
Three Local Chefs Profiled in the Nov99 Caribbean Travel and Life magazine:
Moonsplash March 17-18, 2000.
The 10th annual Moonsplash
music festival and all-around beach party has been announced.
According to recording artist
Bankie Banx, festival founder and host performer, Moonsplash 2000,
will coincide with the first full moon in March, and again be held
at Banx's legendary Dune Preserve.
"The very nature of The Dune Preserve creates an experience surpassing
any other music festival. Moonsplash guests gather together in the
rustic setting like life-long friends, and enjoy the cool Caribbean
breezes, the unspoiled, white powdery beaches of Anguilla and the
twinkling lights of neighboring island, St. Maarten, as the music
continues far into the night."
"Past Moonsplash headliners include Bob Marley's Wailers, Richie Havens
and The Bacon Brothers, featuring well-known actor Kevin Bacon and his
brother Michael. Scheduled performers for Moonsplash 2000 will be
announced at a later date."
For more information on Bankie Banx and the Moonsplash Music Festival,
contact ZEMI Entertainment (616) 785-8383 or email
Bankie' web site: www.bankiebanx.com
"The very nature of The Dune Preserve creates an experience surpassing any other music festival. Moonsplash guests gather together in the rustic setting like life-long friends, and enjoy the cool Caribbean breezes, the unspoiled, white powdery beaches of Anguilla and the twinkling lights of neighboring island, St. Maarten, as the music continues far into the night."
Beach Video Available! We have a copy of the new "Beaches of Anguilla" video and it is great. Lots of footage taken from the water, including beaches we have never visited such as Sherricks Bay. Available only on Anguilla in all gift shops and the Anguilla Drug Store.
New Tennis Courts
The Frangipani Beach Club has new tennis courts and is building a new pool as well.
New Governor for Anguilla.
Jason Butterworth (email:
sent along this announcement from the Foreign
& Commonwealth Office:
CHANGE OF GOVERNOR OF ANGUILLA - 14/10/99
Peter Johnstone has been appointed Governor of Anguilla in succession to Robert Harris who will be retiring from the Diplomatic Service. Mr Johnstone will take up his appointment in early 2000.
Happy Hour at La Veranda is from 5 - 7pm with reduced prices on all drinks and good bar snacks. Breakfast is in the works, call 497-2225 for details.
Ecommerce Failure. Our attempt at a web-based question-answering system in the last issue was a dismal failure. We got more questions, but very few answers. We did get one correct answer to our location quiz for the old door, but it was from Christine, the same over-achiever tourist who won a previous Mystery Beach contest, and she had to be disqualified because she was standing next to me when I took the picture and she has the same picture in her photo album (correct answer was "Island Pub, Island Harbour").
Travex Site Updated. Travel Agent Joan Hays has redesigned her Anguilla web site. Update your bookmarks to the new locations:
Wheelchair bound since an automobile accident thirteen years ago, Slick has never considered himself a cripple. He's married, works full time in the vehicle inspection department and has always worked out to maintain his physical fitness. A "Send Slick" fund-raising campaigned has been underway since April 1999 and has raised $11,000 so far. Local businesses, individuals and visitors have been very supportive. Slick used these funds to purchase a special sprinting wheelchair, a tennis wheelchair, and a replacement for his regular wheelchair -the only one he has every owned!
Now as his training in preparation for the
Paralympic 2000 games
moves into into high gear, Slick's training program
includes working out at Hayden Hughe's Dungeon Gym three times
a week, and tennis practice with coach Eric Westcott at Cap Juluca
on Wednesdays and Thursdays. On Saturdays and Sundays you
may spot Slick doing road work in his special racing wheelchair between
South Hill and West End, accompanied by his supportive wife Diana, or
his brother Twidy. Since Anguilla has no proper track, all Slick's
practicing to date has been on our open roads.
You can get more information on Slick at his web site:
With the help of Judy Myers of the Australian Community Sports Development Program, Chris Nunn, head coach of the Australian Paralympic Athletics, has agreed to coach Slick. Formal application has been made for him to train with the Australian team in Australia in January 2000. The Anguilla Department of Sports is working closely with Slick to facilitate arrangements. Sponsorship is also needed to pay the costs of his competing in various international lead-up events.
What Slick really needs is 3 or 4 Corporate Sponsors.
Anyone who is interested, or has ideas, questions, suggestions, can
[email protected] and will receive a prompt
reply. Or you can call Judith Sadler-Bryan at 1-264-497-5559 (cellular
works better, 1-264-235-7685). Or just
wire your donation to account 7552771 at the
Caribbean Commercial Bank.
|Translations: Anguilla News is also available in Italian and German. Click here to see what issues have been translated.
Excellent Limosines. Want to make your special event
in Anguilla extra special? Rent a limo. Excellent Limousines
has two, a regular luxury villa and an amazing new 30 ft long limo.
Check their new
web site at
or just send a honeymoon reservation request to
Gerry Fontaine (email:
[email protected]) writes
Its nice to see that a developer can do what he loves anywhere in the world. It is my dream to do the same as you have accomplished. But for now I'm here in Canada working for a ladies clothing manufacturing developing Desktop applications in Visual Basic. We visit Anguilla from time to time and have made some good friends there, one of which I have developed a web page for. I was hoping that you could point to Elodias Beach Resort web site:
INBA, an import/export business in Florida that
can ship anywhere and specializes in auto parts and
building supplies (just fill out the form on
their site and then can get anything for you and ship it
to Anguilla), has a web page (www.inba.com) created by
Anguillian college student Indah Wallace (email:
Villa Tropicale on Harbour Ridge in Island Harbour now has
a web page.
The closest beaches are Shoal Bay and Island Harbour (and...there is a wooden sea side dock
on premises to access the water for bathing and snorkeling right in front
of the villa itself). This waterfront villa has a penthouse suite and a first floor 2bd/2ba
suite for a total of three bedrooms / two bathrooms. Air conditioned. Bookings available
for this high season.
New Map. Vince Cate (email:
has made a map for the area
from the Virgin Islands down to Antigua, with the coordinates needed
for tracking storms.
Carimar has given their web site a complete
face list. Very nice:
Redeeming Love Outreach Ministry in Anguilla has a web page.
Windjammer to Anguilla: Click Here.
The Light, a weekly Anguillian newspaper, has a web site (current issue link) with local news and announcements. Here are links to some recent issues:
The island's other weekly, The Anguillian does not have a web site yet, but you can subscribe to the printed copy. Click here.
Anguilla Trip Report: Click Here.
Anguilla Used As A Lesson Plan: Click Here.
Four Pictures taken on Anguilla: Click Here.
More Villa Pages: Indigo Villa, plus Villa Eros, and Three Dolphins.
|Stories from the previous and earlier News.ai issues.
|Smile of the Week
|Student Art Stamp
|Be Aware Clubs
|New Phone Rates
|Smokey's at the Cove
|Memories of Anguilla
|Anguilla Internet Yellow Pages
Cays and Islets
Local Life & Culture
St. Martin/St. Maarten
Tips & Pointers
And ten minutes away, our villa in St Barths.
|Picture Galleries (leave the News.ai site):
|Anguilla for the Young.
|Gardens of Anguilla.
|Wilmott's Slide Show.
|François' Picture Page
|Anguilla for Teens.
|Underwater Photo Tour.
|Exploring a Desert Island
|Between Anguilla and St Martin.
|Children at Computer Club.
|Some Favorite Sites (leave the News.ai site):
Get Married in Anguilla.
1st Glassbottom Boat on Web.
|Lloyds Guest House
Where We Stayed.