Issue 08

True Anguilla 08

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Love is in the air, love is all you need, love is a many splendoured thing, love makes the world go round – and it’s clear that it’s a deep, abiding love for this small island nation that brings visitors back to Anguilla time, after time, after time.

This special issue of TRUE Anguilla is all about love: the love our visitors feel for Anguilla and her people and the love Anguillians, as well as those who have chosen to live here, feel for the place we call home and the people who visit our shores every year. It’s been three years since the last TRUE Anguilla magazine and regular readers will see some changes on island, but rest assured, the heart and soul of Anguilla remains the same. And although we have lost a few beloved places, new, soon-to-become-favourite venues have sprung up for us to enjoy.

We hope you enjoy the beautiful pictures and the personal recollections and reflections or ‘love letters’ to Anguilla that you will find throughout this year’s editorial. Use this guide or tune into TRUE Anguilla TV on your hotel’s cable service to find all the information you need to get out and explore all there is to see and do on island and fall in love with this special place.

Trudy and the True Anguilla Team.

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Inside This Issue

Tonya & Brandon Rhodes Living The Dream

Brandon and Tonya Rhodes from Pennsylvania have been coming to Anguilla for 13 years. A chance meeting with Ian ‘Sugar George’ Edwards, who gave Brandon his card, told him Anguilla was special and encouraged him to try it out for his next Caribbean vacation – which led to Brandon booking Spyglass Hill Villa for Tonya’s birthday.

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LOVE Anguilla

One night I came upon a Travel and Leisure with a cover that said, simply: ‘Most Beautiful Beaches in the World’. Anguilla was featured prominently and the lead picture was of Shoal Bay East – a long and nearly empty sweep of white sand with a few palm trees at the far end.

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There has been a gratifying boom in locally made products and shopping experiences in Anguilla, so look beyond your hotel boutique for your souvenirs.

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