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 Anguilla   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Anguilla is a small British dependency located at the northern end of the Leeward Islands in the Caribbean Sea.
Anguilla has a number of scenic beaches, and tourism and British aid are important to the economy.
Anguilla has a population of 6,875 (1988 est.), which is predominantly fl.
www.anguilla.co.uk   (161 words)

 Politics of Anguilla - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Politics of Anguilla takes place in a framework of a parliamentary representative democratic dependency, whereby the Chief Minister is the head of government, and of a pluriform multi-party system.
Anguilla, the most northerly of the Leeward Islands in the Lesser Antilles, is an internally self-governing overseas territory of the United Kingdom.
An overview on elections and election results is included in Elections in Anguilla.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Politics_of_Anguilla   (282 words)

 Anguilla vacations — holidays and vacations in Anguilla
Anguilla has a nearly non-existent crime rate and there is no poverty on the island.
Relative to Anguilla's small size, the number of species of birds found here is a remarkable 120.
A 17th century traveller described Anguilla as a “nest of pirates and smugglers and outlaws, dangerous to every neighbouring island and a disgrace to the British name.” Today, it could hardly be more different.
www.doitcaribbean.com /anguilla   (359 words)

 Anguilla   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
On 1 February 1980 Anguilla became a separate crown colony and later adopted the blue ensign with the former flag as a sort of badge.
The new flag, which was first hoisted on 30 May, 1990, is a blue ensign with a Union Jack in the top left corner and a shield on the right side which shows three orange dolphins on a white background with a turquoise-blue base.
On land this flag is the “unofficial” National flag, to be used for decorative and distiguishing purposes inside and outside Anguilla (the official state flag is the Union Jack).
flagspot.net /flags/ai.html   (875 words)

 Anguilla : Introduction | Frommers.com
Anguilla (rhymes with vanilla) used to tout itself as the Caribbean's best-kept secret.
However, note that except for a handful of large-scale hotels, operations on Anguilla tend to be small and informal, as the island has tried to control development and conserve natural beauty and resources.
Anguilla's scant rainfall makes for unproductive soil that supports mainly low foliage and sparse scrub vegetation.
www.frommers.com /destinations/anguilla/0174010001.html   (419 words)

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Anguilla is situated in the Eastern Caribbean and is the most northerly of the Leeward Islands.
Anguilla is home to over one hundred species of birds making bird watching a popular activity on the island.
Anguilla also provides a wide variety of dining experiences from fast food to fine continental cuisine.
anguillayp.com   (294 words)

 Anguilla: Luxury, Quality, Affordable Accommodations
Anguilla is world-renowned for its unmatched collection of upscale resorts and has a number of full-service moderate and competitively priced accommodations as well.
A team of Anguilla Tourist Board members and property staff are on hand to assist planners.
For all our visitors, Anguilla's "It's a Breeze in the Summer" rates offer substantial savings from May to November, with some reaching to mid-December.
www.anguilla-vacation.com /where_to_stay.htm   (266 words)

 Anguilla Beaches, Villa Vacations In Caribbean Paradise
Anguilla is a sensational, but expensive paradise, definitely one of the most expensive of all Anguilla islands...
Anguilla art is as unique and astonishing as the island itself.
Anguilla art galleries are as astonishing, unique and beautiful as the island itself.
www.anguilla-beaches.com   (1099 words)

 CLIA - Cruise Line International Association
Present day Anguilla is a self-governed British colony that gained its independence in 1980.
Anguilla has about 70 scrumptious restaurants to choose from, and the open-air patios offer patrons premier outdoor dining.
At night Anguilla is brimming with life, as you can see a live concert or go dancing any night of the week.
www.cruising.org /planyourcruise/wwdest/overview.cfm?recordID=262   (248 words)

 Anguilla on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Anguilla, claiming political and economic discrimination, seceded in the same year and returned to British colonial rule in 1971.
Anguilla property becomes Pineapple Beach Club franchise; former Great House Hotel will be island's only inclusive resort starting in August.
Anguilla hot to form captive domicile.(Anguilla drafts an insurance act to establish it as a captive insurers domicile)
www.encyclopedia.com /html/A/Anguilla.asp   (703 words)

 Anguilla Encyclopedia Article @ HillCountryArtists.com (Hill Country Artists)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Governor is appointed by the Queen on the advice of the British Government.
The constitution of Anguilla came into force in 1982, amended in 1990.
The current Chief Minister is Osbourne Fleming following the victory of the United Front in elections held during February 2005.
www.hillcountryartists.com /encyclopedia/Anguilla   (272 words)

 Anguilla Financial Services   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Of particular note is the development of Anguilla's Commercial Online Registration Network (ACORN) and the operation of the company registry in general which we consider to be an example of how online registration can be developed in a well-regulated manner.
Anguilla is a well regulated jurisdiction and we look only to attract reputable business.
ACORN not only makes Anguilla easily accessible to the rest of the world, but has allowed us to significantly reduce many of the costs normally associated with international company registration.
www.anguillafsc.com /welcome.htm   (444 words)

 Overview - Anguilla Country Guide - World Travel Guide
Anguilla also comprises Sombrero, and numerous other smaller islands and cays, which are even more secluded.
Surrounded by blue skies (Anguilla has an average monthly temperature of 80 degrees Fahrenheit [27 degrees Celsius]) and vivid blue ocean, Anguilla offers the perfect cocktail to absorb and relax in.
The name Anguilla was given to the island by the Spanish and means ‘eel’, in reference to the island’s eel-like shape.
www.worldtravelguide.net /country/country_guide.ehtml?o=11&NAV_guide_class=CountryGuide&NAV_Region=11   (399 words)

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However, this fact is largely ignored by an increasing stream of visitors who beat their way here for the glorious turquoise waters and truly stunning beaches.
By contrast, Anguilla has eschewed large-scale tourist complexes, successfully aiming for top-quality, high-end development with relatively limited impact on the island's scarce resources.
Anguilla is centred around its modest capital, The Valley, from which roads head both east and west to the island's fine beaches and natural attractions, chief among them shimmering Shoal Bay East and Rendezvous Bay....
www.holidayshotels.com /destination_guide/index.jsp?cid=139001&action=viewLocation&locationId=43759   (282 words)

 Caribbean Net News: Anguilla
THE VALLEY, Anguilla: A small Eastern Caribbean country will be the center of cultural attention this week when Anguilla, known for its breathtaking beauty, opens its doors to visitors from all over the world for the annual Anguilla Tranquility Jazz Festival from November 9-13, 2005...
THE VALLEY, Anguilla: The government of Chief Minister Osborne Fleming has taken a decision to increase the speed limit from the present 30 miles per hour to 50 mph on the new Jeremiah Gumbs Highway in Anguilla.
THE VALLEY, Anguilla: As the Government of Chief Minister Osborne Fleming moves to rid the streets of Anguilla of illegal firearms, residents on the tiny British Dependency who are in possession of illegal firearms are being given the opportunity to turn them into the police "without any questions being asked."...
www.caribbeannetnews.com /anguilla/anguilla.htm   (1008 words)

Johnno's is an Anguilla landmark, and attendance at the open-air bar's Friday night party and Sunday afternoon jam is almost required.
The Valley, what passes for a downtown on Anguilla, is where you can find the World Art and Antiques Gallery (264-497-5950), a shop full of treasures from the Far East.
There is a lively scene at Johnno's on Sandy Ground and Uncle Ernie's on Shoal Bay, but we found the perfect end to a perfect day here is just a quiet moment gazing at the clouds of stars overhead or the twinkling light of St. Martin.
www.romanticgetaways.com /anguilla.html   (1496 words)

 The Anguillian Newspaper: -
The Anguilla Electricity Company (ANGLEC) is substantially upgrading its power plant with the addition of two massive state-of-the-art generators to meet the growing needs of the island.
He was one of three highly-distinguished gentlemen who were invited to Anguilla to speak at the first public meeting of the Constitutional and Electoral Reform Commission held at the Teachers’ Resource Centre on Saturday night, March 4.
As a fitting tribute to the success of the National Bank of Anguilla over the past 21 years of its existence, a painting of the Group of Promoters was unveiled in the Bank’s Board Room on Wednesday, March 8.
www.anguillian.com   (774 words)

 The Anguilla Guide - A comprehensive directory -
Anguilla, a small island in the Caribbean is a quiet place full of white sand beaches, great dining and friendly people.
The Anguilla Ferry runs everyday of the year from 7:30 AM until the last ferry leaves St. Martin at 7:00 PM.
Anguilla is located in the Caribbean Sea, the northern most island in the Leeward Island chain.
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 Stamps of Anguilla   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
This tiny fruit grows in the wild, and the plant with its small, narrow leaves is especially adapted to the island's usually arid climate.
A native plant of India, the giant Tamarind trees of Anguilla are landmarks throughout the island.
The artwork for the new Definitives was submitted by resident artist Michelle Lavalette, who's great artistic ability is evidenced by the graphic portrayal of Anguilla's indigenous fruits.
web.ai /stamps   (509 words)

Anguilla was first colonized in 1650 by English settlers from St. Christopher (St. Kitts) and has since remained a British territory.
A new constitution for Anguilla, effective in Feb. 1976, provided for separate administration and a government of elected representatives.
Anguilla - Anguilla, island and British dependency (2005 est.
www.infoplease.com /ipa/A0198164.html   (355 words)

 Art Guide of Anguilla -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Enjoying a work of art every day from one of Anguilla's fabulous galleries is an amazing way of enjoying Anguilla each and every day in your own home or office.
Taxi drivers are knowledgable sources of the arts of Anguilla, and the artists and galleries themselves are sure to send you on your journeys to their favorite colleague as well.
Born and raised on Anguilla, Melsadis is one of a growing number of professional artists on the island.
www.anguillaart.com   (680 words)

 anguilla map and information page
The Dutch built a small fort on Anguilla in 1631.
Anguilla is known as a quiet, peaceful island, with miles and miles of white sand beaches, all ringed by crystal clear waters.
Anguilla is mostly flat land, with the highest point only 213 ft. above sea level.
www.worldatlas.com /webimage/countrys/namerica/caribb/ai.htm   (281 words)

 Anguilla Honeymoon Destination and Vacation, EBTS helps you with your honeymoon to Anguilla in the Caribbean.
Anguilla Honeymoon Destination and Vacation, EBTS helps you with your honeymoon to Anguilla in the Caribbean.
Quality is Anguilla’s hallmark, and you’ll find it in our pristine natural environment, and among the vast array of Anguilla’s accommodations and restaurants.
EBTS has personally selected resorts throughout Anguilla to assure you of special attention and excellent service, while establishing the ultimate honeymoon experience.
www.wedalert.com /content/honeymoon/anguilla/index.asp   (319 words)

 Morgan Hill, Vacation Villa, Anguilla, Caribbean
Anguilla may be the Caribbean's best kept secret, and this lovely home is Anguilla's best kept secret.
A large outdoor deck with the most spectacular view on the island, or maybe in the ENTIRE Caribbean, allows for private sunbathing, dining or star gazing.
Enjoy friendly, safe Anguilla with it's many world class beaches, snorkeling, boating, fishing, and large selection of wonderful restaurants.
www.morganhill.ai   (222 words)

 Anguilla News
Anguilla News continually updated from thousands of sources around the net.
Junior Flemming is well known on Anguilla by locals and visitors alike.
He is the operator of the glass bottom boat on Shoal Bay East.
www.topix.net /world/anguilla   (81 words)

 Welcome to Anguilla
With a population of some 12,000, Anguilla is a British Overseas Territory, 16 miles long, and 3 miles at her widest point.
Boasting 33 white sand beaches with crystal clear waters, a contemporary international style, extraordinary vistas, world-class accommodations and mouth-watering cuisine, Anguilla is the culmination of your search for the idyllic tropical escape.
Our island is a retreat for couples, families and singles, offering accommodations for the most discerning traveler.
www.anguilla-vacation.com   (235 words)

The information below concerning Anguilla is provided for general reference only, and may not be totally accurate in a particular location or circumstance.
Penalties for possession, use, or trafficking in illegal drugs in Anguilla are severe, and convicted offenders can expect long jail sentences and heavy fines.
Engaging in sexual conduct with children or using or disseminating child pornography in a foreign country is a crime, prosecutable in the United States.
travel.state.gov /travel/anguilla.html   (1288 words)

 The Anguilla Hotel & Tourism Association
Sherille was educated in St. Kitt’s and began her working life as a banker while Frankie obtained his first degree in electrical engineering and his second in medicine.
Their illustrious hospitality careers began when the Hughes Family broke ground in 1989 for what is today one of Anguillas premier mix market properties, Paradise Cove Resort, that has grown from 14 to 29 rooms and includes a 50-person conference centre hosting many high level conferences.
Sherille as President of the AHTA Board of Directors and a Regional Vice President of the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association has committed herself, her staff and her resort’s resources to assisting with several local and regional educational and community programs.
www.ahta.ai   (1470 words)

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