• Rebuilding Anguilla after Hurricane Irma

    Governor Tim Foy gives an overview of how Anguilla is rebuilding following Hurricane Irma.

    published: 25 Sep 2017
  • Song of Style Goes to Anguilla

    Had so much fun in Anguilla with Revolve last week! I think it's one of my new favorite beaches for sure. Follow Me: Blog: http://songofstyle.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/songofstyle Twitter: http://twitter.com/aimeesong Snapchat: http://snapchat.com/add/songofstyle What I Wore: 0:37 Vetements Denim Skirt L'Academie Top http://bit.ly/2jWzTZ4 2:00 Lovers & Friends swimsuit http://bit.ly/2jWCUIS 2:45 Lovers & Friends jacket http://bit.ly/2jWDBC2 3:10 Tularosa Swimsuit http://bit.ly/2iyVzP0 Privacy Please Skirt http://bit.ly/2iyW7EB 4:54 Tularosa Swimsuit http://bit.ly/2iyVzP0 5:00 Hudson Jeans http://bit.ly/2jWOLXu 6:17 Privacy Please Dress http://bit.ly/2jWFI98 Music by David Cutter Music: http://davidcuttermusic.co.uk

    published: 18 Jan 2017
  • Boris Johnson visits Anguilla

    Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson visited the British Overseas Territory to see the UK’s huge relief effort at first hand, meet with governors and others leading the recovery work, and visit communities working to repair major damage. More info here https://www.gov.uk/government/news/hurricane-irma-advice-for-british-nationals

    published: 13 Sep 2017
  • Chief Minister's March to Governor's Office Anguilla

    Anguilla, known primarily for its exclusive resorts, beautiful beaches and as an all round exquisite Caribbean tourist destination, in also one of many British dependencies. For years the presence of a Governor on the island has not only been the law, but a norm to the people. However, due to recent events, the chief Minister. Hubert Hughes, accompanied by a few Anguillians decided to take to the streets in protest, as a show of dissatisfaction of the representation of the present Governor, Culminating in a meeting at the Governor's Offices. "Chief Minister's March to Governor's Office Anguilla" is a live recorded account of this march.

    published: 18 Dec 2011
  • Anguilla: Viceroy Workers

    Striking Indian workers outside the offices of the Labour Commissioner.

    published: 27 Jun 2007
  • Anguilla Banks Offshore

    Anguilla is an overseas British territory, located in the Caribbean, in the Lesser Antilles. It is one of the 16 territories that is not self-governing that is still under the supervision of the United Nations Committee on Decolonization. There is a well-regulated industry of financial services on the island, where the common law legal system is applied, based on British law. It counts on a very well developed professional infrastructure, as well as excellent telecommunications. Services for same-day incorporation for offshore companies are among the most substantial advantages offered by Anguilla; in addition, the concession of multi-annual work permits for financial service professionals also stands out. In contrast to other offshore centers, Anguilla is actually considered a neutral jur...

    published: 26 Mar 2014
  • Anguilla: Viceroy Strikers

    A demonstration by Indian workers outside the Labour Commissioner's office

    published: 28 Jun 2007
  • Anguilla's Chief Minister Speaks - Part 1

    Speech of the Chief Minister of Anguilla, the Hon Osborne Fleming, to the House of Assembly on 15 July 2008

    published: 29 Aug 2008
  • Anguilla roads 2:Albert Lake Drive turning right turn to Stoney ground road.mpg

    published: 06 Aug 2011
  • Anguilla Update October 2017

    Anguilla is still recovering from hurricane Irma. We want to do our part to help the wonderful people rebuild their homes, businesses and schools. Please join us. Every little bit helps, even $5 or $10, and will go directly to those in need. https://www.youcaring.com/anguilla-941998

    published: 24 Oct 2017
  • Royal Navy relief crew lands in hurricane hit Anguilla

    Royal Navy relief crew lands in hurricane hit Anguilla A huge British military presence is rushing to the aid of citizens stranded following the devastation of Hurricane Irma after the Government was slammed for its 'pathetic' response. RFA Mounts Bay has docked in Anguilla loaded with supplies for residents on the British Overseas Territory, many of whom are now homeless after the Caribbean island was battered by 175mph winds. The Navy flagship HMS Ocean is on its way to the Caribbean with helicopters, Marines and engineers, but will take ten days to two weeks to reach the island as it has to travel from the Mediterranean, where it is undertaking NATO duties. Meanwhile, troops back RAF Brize Norton, in Oxfordshire, have been pictured preparing to head out to join in the relief effort. ...

    published: 08 Sep 2017
  • Anguilla Caribbean Living: Real Good People. Real Good Life. | vineyard vines

    Laurie Gumbs is passionate about Anguilla Caribbean living. He's the proud owner of The Pumphouse, and operates a charter sloop sailing business on this Eastern Caribbean island paradise. vineyard vines presents Real Good People. Real Good Life: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=857gTstrzjM&list=PL0zrkWrP1RfWQt0erVwhpruHhVSVu_fx2 Browse the vineyard vines Getaway Shop: http://bit.ly/2lisuoA Subscribe to the vineyard vines YouTube channel and be the first to see every new vineyard vines video: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=vineyardvines More vineyard vines: Website: http://www.vineyardvines.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vineyardvines/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vineyardvines Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/vineyardvines/ Twitter: https://twitter....

    published: 30 Mar 2016
  • Anguilla roads 6: Post office along Carter Rey Boulevard.mpg

    published: 06 Aug 2011
  • Anguilla Real Estate - PEA - Little Bay - $4,900,000

    Anguilla Real Estate For Sale http://www.anguillaproperties-sothebysrealty.ai Little Bay Anguilla Villa Single Family Home Property ID#4000000341 Situated near the crest of the second highest point on Anguilla, Grand Outlook is a secluded compound which will consist of four individual bedroom suites, exercise room, office and a 400 Square foot infinity pool all with virtually unlimited and unencumbered views of the coastline, ocean and sunset. The abundant space to entertain and enjoy is visually enhanced by an open gallery from the main living area past the second level catwalks to the impressive roof rafters thirty feet above. The unique location and design of this sizeable estate is further captured by a roof sundeck which will allow one a nearly 360* view of the island wh...

    published: 11 Sep 2008
  • vineyard vines | Anguilla: Where It All Began

    Here at vineyard vines, we're all about each and every day feeling like the best day - a philosophy that began in Anguilla. We started traveling to this Caribbean Island back in the early 1980's, and it continues to inspire us to this day. This is our story. Check out these real good people, living the good life: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=35e3FfZ-WbE&list=PL0zrkWrP1RfWQt0erVwhpruHhVSVu_fx2&index=6 Browse the vineyard vines Getaway Shop: http://bit.ly/2lisuoA Subscribe to the vineyard vines YouTube channel and be the first to see every new vineyard vines video: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=vineyardvines More vineyard vines: Website: http://www.vineyardvines.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vineyardvines/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vineyardv...

    published: 27 Jan 2016
  • Entry to Temenos in Anguilla

    published: 29 Jan 2012
  • Anguilla and Rockford Premier Attorney Cheri N Greenlee

    Rockford and Anguilla Premier Attorney: Cheri N Greenlee Providing Justice Wherever Needed Cleaning Out the Trash One at a Time Residence: Wesley House Island Harbour, Anguilla Residence: Belvidere, Illinois Island Phone: 264-497-0913 Office Phone: 815 397-5228 Office: 111 North Court Street Suite 300 Rockford, Illinois 61101 Residence: 982 Driftwood Court Belvidere, Illinois 61008 815-965-4412 jugular@ameritech.net http://wesleyhouse.net/ Anguilla Rental Information: 815-289-7878 Anguilla Schedule: http://www.homeawayconnect.com/calendar.cfm?pid=29410

    published: 02 Nov 2008
  • At Home in Anguilla: Real Good People. Real Good Life. | vineyard vines

    Caribbean tour guide and surfer Nori Evoy is truly at home in Anguilla. For her, there's nothing in the world like island life, because nowhere is the world has beaches quite like Anguilla beaches. vineyard vines presents Real Good People. Real Good Life: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=857gTstrzjM&list=PL0zrkWrP1RfWQt0erVwhpruHhVSVu_fx2 Subscribe to the vineyard vines YouTube channel and be the first to see every new vineyard vines video: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=vineyardvines More vineyard vines: Website: http://www.vineyardvines.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vineyardvines/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vineyardvines Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/vineyardvines/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/vineyardvines Snapchat: vvsnaps In this vineyard...

    published: 27 Jan 2016
  • Anguilla, Tranquility Wrapped in Blue

    Promotional video for the Anguilla Tourism Office created in 2002 by US Plan B (www.usplanb.com). The beautiful almost empty white sand beaches face the most incredible blue ocean. The food is incredible! And the people are very friendly.

    published: 12 Mar 2010
  • Anguilla Brutality - Choke Me 2 Death (Riot Instrumental)

    Music Video

    published: 18 Sep 2012
  • History of Anguilla

    Colonial Anguilla The European discovery and renaming of the island is uncertain. Some[who?] claim it had been sighted by Columbus; others[who?] credit it to the French explorer René Goulaine de Laudonnière during his voyages in 1564 and 1565.[3] Anguilla was first conquered and colonised by English settlers from St. Christopher beginning in 1650.[4] A local council was formed, overseen by Antigua. Six years later, natives from another island attacked, killing most of the men and enslaving the women and children.[1] In 1666, 300 Frenchmen attacked the island, driving the settlers into the forests.[1] It was subsequently returned to the English by the terms of the 1667 Treaty of Breda. The French and Irish together attacked in 1688, driving the English off the island to Antigua, and period...

    published: 29 Oct 2017
  • British Police Brutality in Anguilla

    British Police Brutality in Anguilla, Police tries to stop peaceful protest.

    published: 04 Jul 2007
  • The Parles' Straw Hat Restaurant in Anguilla | Real Good People. Real Good Life. | vineyard vines

    Like Shep and Ian, the Parles family left New York behind nearly 20 years ago to start a new life on the Caribbean island of Anguilla. Since then, they have been proud owners of Straw Hat Restaurant in Meads Bay Anguilla. vineyard vines presents Real Good People. Real Good Life: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=857gTstrzjM&list=PL0zrkWrP1RfWQt0erVwhpruHhVSVu_fx2 Browse the vineyard vines Getaway Shop: http://bit.ly/2lisuoA Subscribe to the vineyard vines YouTube channel and be the first to see every new vineyard vines video: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=vineyardvines More vineyard vines: Website: http://www.vineyardvines.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vineyardvines/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vineyardvines Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/vineya...

    published: 27 Jan 2016
  • Bankie Banx, Anguilla Island Boy. Real Good People. Real Good Life. | vineyard vines

    Anguilla island boy and reggae artist Bankie Banx is about as cool as they come. He's a free spirit who calls Anguilla home for all the right reasons, and lives an island life that many only dream of. vineyard vines presents Real Good People. Real Good Life: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=857gTstrzjM&list=PL0zrkWrP1RfWQt0erVwhpruHhVSVu_fx2 Browse the vineyard vines Getaway Shop: http://bit.ly/2lisuoA Subscribe to the vineyard vines YouTube channel and be the first to see every new vineyard vines video: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=vineyardvines More vineyard vines: Website: http://www.vineyardvines.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vineyardvines/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vineyardvines Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/vineyardvines/ Twitter: htt...

    published: 27 Jan 2016
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Rebuilding Anguilla after Hurricane Irma

Rebuilding Anguilla after Hurricane Irma

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  • Updated: 25 Sep 2017
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Governor Tim Foy gives an overview of how Anguilla is rebuilding following Hurricane Irma.
https://wn.com/Rebuilding_Anguilla_After_Hurricane_Irma
Song of Style Goes to Anguilla

Song of Style Goes to Anguilla

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  • Updated: 18 Jan 2017
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Had so much fun in Anguilla with Revolve last week! I think it's one of my new favorite beaches for sure. Follow Me: Blog: http://songofstyle.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/songofstyle Twitter: http://twitter.com/aimeesong Snapchat: http://snapchat.com/add/songofstyle What I Wore: 0:37 Vetements Denim Skirt L'Academie Top http://bit.ly/2jWzTZ4 2:00 Lovers & Friends swimsuit http://bit.ly/2jWCUIS 2:45 Lovers & Friends jacket http://bit.ly/2jWDBC2 3:10 Tularosa Swimsuit http://bit.ly/2iyVzP0 Privacy Please Skirt http://bit.ly/2iyW7EB 4:54 Tularosa Swimsuit http://bit.ly/2iyVzP0 5:00 Hudson Jeans http://bit.ly/2jWOLXu 6:17 Privacy Please Dress http://bit.ly/2jWFI98 Music by David Cutter Music: http://davidcuttermusic.co.uk
https://wn.com/Song_Of_Style_Goes_To_Anguilla
Boris Johnson visits Anguilla

Boris Johnson visits Anguilla

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  • Updated: 13 Sep 2017
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Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson visited the British Overseas Territory to see the UK’s huge relief effort at first hand, meet with governors and others leading the recovery work, and visit communities working to repair major damage. More info here https://www.gov.uk/government/news/hurricane-irma-advice-for-british-nationals
https://wn.com/Boris_Johnson_Visits_Anguilla
Chief Minister's March to Governor's Office Anguilla

Chief Minister's March to Governor's Office Anguilla

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  • Updated: 18 Dec 2011
  • views: 990
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Anguilla, known primarily for its exclusive resorts, beautiful beaches and as an all round exquisite Caribbean tourist destination, in also one of many British dependencies. For years the presence of a Governor on the island has not only been the law, but a norm to the people. However, due to recent events, the chief Minister. Hubert Hughes, accompanied by a few Anguillians decided to take to the streets in protest, as a show of dissatisfaction of the representation of the present Governor, Culminating in a meeting at the Governor's Offices. "Chief Minister's March to Governor's Office Anguilla" is a live recorded account of this march.
https://wn.com/Chief_Minister's_March_To_Governor's_Office_Anguilla
Anguilla:  Viceroy Workers

Anguilla: Viceroy Workers

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  • Updated: 27 Jun 2007
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Striking Indian workers outside the offices of the Labour Commissioner.
https://wn.com/Anguilla_Viceroy_Workers
Anguilla Banks Offshore

Anguilla Banks Offshore

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  • Updated: 26 Mar 2014
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Anguilla is an overseas British territory, located in the Caribbean, in the Lesser Antilles. It is one of the 16 territories that is not self-governing that is still under the supervision of the United Nations Committee on Decolonization. There is a well-regulated industry of financial services on the island, where the common law legal system is applied, based on British law. It counts on a very well developed professional infrastructure, as well as excellent telecommunications. Services for same-day incorporation for offshore companies are among the most substantial advantages offered by Anguilla; in addition, the concession of multi-annual work permits for financial service professionals also stands out. In contrast to other offshore centers, Anguilla is actually considered a neutral jurisdiction regarding taxes. There is no income tax in Anguilla, neither on capital gains or other forms of direct taxation, nor to individuals or companies that are not residents of Anguilla. Usually, only banks that are subsidiaries or branches of very well-known banks that, as well, are supervised by local authorities will receive a license for operating offshore banks in Anguilla.
https://wn.com/Anguilla_Banks_Offshore
Anguilla:  Viceroy Strikers

Anguilla: Viceroy Strikers

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  • Updated: 28 Jun 2007
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A demonstration by Indian workers outside the Labour Commissioner's office
https://wn.com/Anguilla_Viceroy_Strikers
Anguilla's Chief Minister Speaks - Part 1

Anguilla's Chief Minister Speaks - Part 1

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  • Updated: 29 Aug 2008
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Speech of the Chief Minister of Anguilla, the Hon Osborne Fleming, to the House of Assembly on 15 July 2008
https://wn.com/Anguilla's_Chief_Minister_Speaks_Part_1
Anguilla roads 2:Albert Lake Drive turning right turn to Stoney ground road.mpg

Anguilla roads 2:Albert Lake Drive turning right turn to Stoney ground road.mpg

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  • Updated: 06 Aug 2011
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Anguilla Update October 2017

Anguilla Update October 2017

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  • Updated: 24 Oct 2017
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Anguilla is still recovering from hurricane Irma. We want to do our part to help the wonderful people rebuild their homes, businesses and schools. Please join us. Every little bit helps, even $5 or $10, and will go directly to those in need. https://www.youcaring.com/anguilla-941998
https://wn.com/Anguilla_Update_October_2017
Royal Navy relief crew lands in hurricane hit Anguilla

Royal Navy relief crew lands in hurricane hit Anguilla

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  • Updated: 08 Sep 2017
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Royal Navy relief crew lands in hurricane hit Anguilla A huge British military presence is rushing to the aid of citizens stranded following the devastation of Hurricane Irma after the Government was slammed for its 'pathetic' response. RFA Mounts Bay has docked in Anguilla loaded with supplies for residents on the British Overseas Territory, many of whom are now homeless after the Caribbean island was battered by 175mph winds. The Navy flagship HMS Ocean is on its way to the Caribbean with helicopters, Marines and engineers, but will take ten days to two weeks to reach the island as it has to travel from the Mediterranean, where it is undertaking NATO duties. Meanwhile, troops back RAF Brize Norton, in Oxfordshire, have been pictured preparing to head out to join in the relief effort. Two military transport planes loaded with 'personnel, supplies and recovery equipment' set off for the Caribbean this morning - with one heading for the British Virgin Islands. Downing Street has defended its response Irma after criticism it did not do enough to prepare for the disaster. The move comes as Prime Minister Theresa May was holding another meeting of the Government's emergency Cobra committee on Friday to co-ordinate relief efforts for victims of the hurricane. Mrs May's spokeswoman dismissed criticism that the UK lagged behind France and the Netherlands in taking care of its territories in the path of the hurricane. The spokeswoman told a Westminster briefing: 'We believe our response was swift. We had a ship pre-positioned. We are getting lifesaving aid now to those who need it.' The spokeswoman, who said the Government was waiting for 'a full picture of intelligence to come through', added: 'Three flights departed this morning carrying marines and engineers as part of the MoD task force. 'Tomorrow, another C17 will leave carrying two Puma helicopters. And the RFA Mounts Bay ship is due to arrive in the British Virgin Islands ... bringing aid and helicopters to help deliver supplies.' Downing Street said that the Department for International Development's disaster response centre was sending out supplies of aid to be loaded on to HMS Ocean, which has been diverted from the Mediterranean to head for the Caribbean to help with the disaster relief efforts. The aid heading for HMS Ocean includes 10,000 buckets and 5,000 solar lanterns, the spokeswoman said Meanwhile, the Dutch already have two Navy ships in St Martin delivering food and water to those affected by the storm. Defense Secretary Michael Fallon has said that 'we are going to make sure the islands get the help they need' after the UK Government was slammed over its 'pathetic' response to the storm. Fallon said the UK will also be sending 'a task group of several hundred troops, marines, engineers and additional helicopters.' Two Puma helicopters will fly to the worst-hit British territory, Anguilla, as soon as a functioning landing strip is found. Irma has hit the British territories Anguilla, Montserrat, the British Virgin Islands and Turks and Caicos. On the ground, governor Gus Jaspert said he had declared a state of emergency, indicating there had reports of both injuries and deaths during the storm. 'Apart from structural damage, there have sadly been reports of casualties and fatalities,' he said in a recorded message to residents. The category five storm is continuing to tear a deadly trail through the Caribbean and has already left thousands homeless after destroying buildings and uprooting trees. French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said four people were confirmed dead and about 50 injured on the French side of St. Martin, an island split between Dutch and French control. The toll could rise because rescue teams had yet to get a complete look at the damage. At least four people were killed in the U.S. Virgin Islands, and officials said they expected to find more bodies. Authorities described the damage as catastrophic and said crews were struggling to reopen roads and restore power. Three more deaths were reported on the British island of Anguilla, independent Barbuda and the Dutch side of St. Martin. French Interior Minister Gerard Collomb said 100,000 food rations French President Emmanuel Macron's office said he would go to the islands as soon as the weather permits it. Saying he was 'grief-stricken,' Macron called for concerted efforts to tackle global warming to prevent similar natural disasters. Two Dutch navy ships were in St. Martin with vital supplies. And two Dutch military aircraft were being sent the island of Curacao and on to St. Martin to deliver food and water intended to last the population of 40,000 five days. The aircraft were carrying 100 extra troops to deliver aid, repair infrastructure and restore order.
https://wn.com/Royal_Navy_Relief_Crew_Lands_In_Hurricane_Hit_Anguilla
Anguilla Caribbean Living: Real Good People. Real Good Life. | vineyard vines

Anguilla Caribbean Living: Real Good People. Real Good Life. | vineyard vines

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Laurie Gumbs is passionate about Anguilla Caribbean living. He's the proud owner of The Pumphouse, and operates a charter sloop sailing business on this Eastern Caribbean island paradise. vineyard vines presents Real Good People. Real Good Life: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=857gTstrzjM&list=PL0zrkWrP1RfWQt0erVwhpruHhVSVu_fx2 Browse the vineyard vines Getaway Shop: http://bit.ly/2lisuoA Subscribe to the vineyard vines YouTube channel and be the first to see every new vineyard vines video: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=vineyardvines More vineyard vines: Website: http://www.vineyardvines.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vineyardvines/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vineyardvines Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/vineyardvines/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/vineyardvines Snapchat: vvsnaps In this vineyard vines Real Good People. Real Good Life. episode, reggae bar owner and sloop sailor Laurie Gumbs shares his passion for Anguilla Caribbean living. Every day should feel this good.
https://wn.com/Anguilla_Caribbean_Living_Real_Good_People._Real_Good_Life._|_Vineyard_Vines
Anguilla roads 6: Post office along Carter Rey Boulevard.mpg

Anguilla roads 6: Post office along Carter Rey Boulevard.mpg

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  • Updated: 06 Aug 2011
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Anguilla Real Estate - PEA - Little Bay - $4,900,000

Anguilla Real Estate - PEA - Little Bay - $4,900,000

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  • Updated: 11 Sep 2008
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Anguilla Real Estate For Sale http://www.anguillaproperties-sothebysrealty.ai Little Bay Anguilla Villa Single Family Home Property ID#4000000341 Situated near the crest of the second highest point on Anguilla, Grand Outlook is a secluded compound which will consist of four individual bedroom suites, exercise room, office and a 400 Square foot infinity pool all with virtually unlimited and unencumbered views of the coastline, ocean and sunset. The abundant space to entertain and enjoy is visually enhanced by an open gallery from the main living area past the second level catwalks to the impressive roof rafters thirty feet above. The unique location and design of this sizeable estate is further captured by a roof sundeck which will allow one a nearly 360* view of the island which will include stunning views of Saint Marten and Saint Barths. This is not only a wonderful and unique home but a special and irreplaceable location to be cherished forever. The price quoted is for the villa when it is fully completed--property can be purchased during construction phase at a reduced, negotiated, price...full construction drawings in hand and top notch construction crew working daily.
https://wn.com/Anguilla_Real_Estate_Pea_Little_Bay_4,900,000
vineyard vines | Anguilla: Where It All Began

vineyard vines | Anguilla: Where It All Began

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  • Updated: 27 Jan 2016
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Here at vineyard vines, we're all about each and every day feeling like the best day - a philosophy that began in Anguilla. We started traveling to this Caribbean Island back in the early 1980's, and it continues to inspire us to this day. This is our story. Check out these real good people, living the good life: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=35e3FfZ-WbE&list=PL0zrkWrP1RfWQt0erVwhpruHhVSVu_fx2&index=6 Browse the vineyard vines Getaway Shop: http://bit.ly/2lisuoA Subscribe to the vineyard vines YouTube channel and be the first to see every new vineyard vines video: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=vineyardvines More vineyard vines: Website: http://www.vineyardvines.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vineyardvines/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vineyardvines Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/vineyardvines/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/vineyardvines Snapchat: vvsnaps This video with vineyard vines founders Shep and Ian tells the vineyard vines story - about a journey which took them from their office jobs back to the beaches of Anguilla and taught them to live life at its best. Every day should feel this good.
https://wn.com/Vineyard_Vines_|_Anguilla_Where_It_All_Began
Entry to Temenos in Anguilla

Entry to Temenos in Anguilla

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Anguilla and Rockford Premier Attorney Cheri N Greenlee

Anguilla and Rockford Premier Attorney Cheri N Greenlee

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  • Updated: 02 Nov 2008
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Rockford and Anguilla Premier Attorney: Cheri N Greenlee Providing Justice Wherever Needed Cleaning Out the Trash One at a Time Residence: Wesley House Island Harbour, Anguilla Residence: Belvidere, Illinois Island Phone: 264-497-0913 Office Phone: 815 397-5228 Office: 111 North Court Street Suite 300 Rockford, Illinois 61101 Residence: 982 Driftwood Court Belvidere, Illinois 61008 815-965-4412 jugular@ameritech.net http://wesleyhouse.net/ Anguilla Rental Information: 815-289-7878 Anguilla Schedule: http://www.homeawayconnect.com/calendar.cfm?pid=29410
https://wn.com/Anguilla_And_Rockford_Premier_Attorney_Cheri_N_Greenlee
At Home in Anguilla: Real Good People. Real Good Life. | vineyard vines

At Home in Anguilla: Real Good People. Real Good Life. | vineyard vines

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  • Updated: 27 Jan 2016
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Caribbean tour guide and surfer Nori Evoy is truly at home in Anguilla. For her, there's nothing in the world like island life, because nowhere is the world has beaches quite like Anguilla beaches. vineyard vines presents Real Good People. Real Good Life: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=857gTstrzjM&list=PL0zrkWrP1RfWQt0erVwhpruHhVSVu_fx2 Subscribe to the vineyard vines YouTube channel and be the first to see every new vineyard vines video: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=vineyardvines More vineyard vines: Website: http://www.vineyardvines.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vineyardvines/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vineyardvines Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/vineyardvines/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/vineyardvines Snapchat: vvsnaps In this vineyard vines Real Good People. Real Good Life. episode, feel at home in Anguilla with island tour guide Nori Evoy. Every day should feel this good.
https://wn.com/At_Home_In_Anguilla_Real_Good_People._Real_Good_Life._|_Vineyard_Vines
Anguilla, Tranquility Wrapped in Blue

Anguilla, Tranquility Wrapped in Blue

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Promotional video for the Anguilla Tourism Office created in 2002 by US Plan B (www.usplanb.com). The beautiful almost empty white sand beaches face the most incredible blue ocean. The food is incredible! And the people are very friendly.
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Anguilla Brutality - Choke Me 2 Death (Riot Instrumental)

Anguilla Brutality - Choke Me 2 Death (Riot Instrumental)

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History of Anguilla

History of Anguilla

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Colonial Anguilla The European discovery and renaming of the island is uncertain. Some[who?] claim it had been sighted by Columbus; others[who?] credit it to the French explorer René Goulaine de Laudonnière during his voyages in 1564 and 1565.[3] Anguilla was first conquered and colonised by English settlers from St. Christopher beginning in 1650.[4] A local council was formed, overseen by Antigua. Six years later, natives from another island attacked, killing most of the men and enslaving the women and children.[1] In 1666, 300 Frenchmen attacked the island, driving the settlers into the forests.[1] It was subsequently returned to the English by the terms of the 1667 Treaty of Breda. The French and Irish together attacked in 1688, driving the English off the island to Antigua, and periods of drought during the 1680s left conditions so poor that many Anguillians left for St Croix and the British Virgin Islands in 1694.[1] In 1724, the population had rebuilt to 360 Europeans and 900 Africans.[5] In 1744, during the War of the Austrian Succession, 300 Anguillians and 2 privateers from St. Christopher invaded the French half of neighboring Saint Martin, holding it until the 1748 Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle.[1] Two French frigates landed 700[1] or 1000[5] men at Crocus Bay on Anguilla in 1745 but were repulsed by 150 militiamen under Governor Hodge.[1] In 1796, amid the Napoleonic Wars, 2 French warships landed 400 Frenchmen at Rendezvous Bay under Victor Hugues.[5] These were able to destroy the villages at South Hill and The Valley, but the local British regrouped on the Long Path before Sandy Hill Fort. The HMS Lapwing, sailing from St. Christopher under Captain Barton,[5] was able to defeat the French ships and the assault again ended in failure.[1] Attempts were made to develop Anguilla into a plantation-based economy employing enslaved Africans, but the island's soil and climate were unfavourable and the plantations were largely unsuccessful. Anguilla's population is estimated to have fallen from a peak of around 10,000[citation needed] to just 2000.[citation needed] In 1819, there were 360 Europeans, 320 free Africans, and 2451 slaves.[5] The British abolished slavery in their colonies during the 1830s. While the plantation owners returned to Europe, the freedmen continued to eke out livings on Anguilla as subsistence farmers and fishermen. There were droughts and famines in the 1830s and 1840s. The British government attempted to send the entire population of the island to Demerara in British Guiana (modern Guyana) but most remained.[1] In the 19th century, the large lake in the center of the island was exploited for salt exported to the United States; around 3,000,000 bushels were produced each year.[5] This formed the island's principal trade, although sugar, cotton, and tobacco were also produced.[6] In 1871, Anguilla was forced into a federation with St Kitts; the next year, the islands petitioned the British colonial office to permit separate and direct rule. Around this time, the population had risen to 3000.[6] In 1882, Nevis was added.[1] The population had risen to 3890 by the time of the First World War.[7] By that time, charcoal production had essentially deforested the entire island, but the expanded pastureland permitted export of cattle to Saint Thomas. Phosphate of lime was also produced.[7] It was not until 1951 that Anguilla had a greater say in its administration, the British colony of Saint Christopher-Nevis-Anguilla, itself part of the Federal Colony of the Leeward Islands. Between 1958 and 1962, the tri-state was part of the West Indies Federation.
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British Police Brutality in Anguilla

British Police Brutality in Anguilla

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British Police Brutality in Anguilla, Police tries to stop peaceful protest.
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The Parles' Straw Hat Restaurant in Anguilla | Real Good People. Real Good Life. | vineyard vines

The Parles' Straw Hat Restaurant in Anguilla | Real Good People. Real Good Life. | vineyard vines

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Like Shep and Ian, the Parles family left New York behind nearly 20 years ago to start a new life on the Caribbean island of Anguilla. Since then, they have been proud owners of Straw Hat Restaurant in Meads Bay Anguilla. vineyard vines presents Real Good People. Real Good Life: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=857gTstrzjM&list=PL0zrkWrP1RfWQt0erVwhpruHhVSVu_fx2 Browse the vineyard vines Getaway Shop: http://bit.ly/2lisuoA Subscribe to the vineyard vines YouTube channel and be the first to see every new vineyard vines video: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=vineyardvines More vineyard vines: Website: http://www.vineyardvines.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vineyardvines/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vineyardvines Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/vineyardvines/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/vineyardvines Snapchat: vvsnaps In this vineyard vines Real Good People. Real Good Life. episode, meet the Parles Family, who have called Anguilla home for over 20 years.
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Bankie Banx, Anguilla Island Boy. Real Good People. Real Good Life. | vineyard vines

Bankie Banx, Anguilla Island Boy. Real Good People. Real Good Life. | vineyard vines

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Anguilla island boy and reggae artist Bankie Banx is about as cool as they come. He's a free spirit who calls Anguilla home for all the right reasons, and lives an island life that many only dream of. vineyard vines presents Real Good People. Real Good Life: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=857gTstrzjM&list=PL0zrkWrP1RfWQt0erVwhpruHhVSVu_fx2 Browse the vineyard vines Getaway Shop: http://bit.ly/2lisuoA Subscribe to the vineyard vines YouTube channel and be the first to see every new vineyard vines video: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=vineyardvines More vineyard vines: Website: http://www.vineyardvines.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vineyardvines/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vineyardvines Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/vineyardvines/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/vineyardvines Snapchat: vvsnaps In this vineyard vines Real Good People. Real Good Life. episode, join Anguilla island boy and reggae artist Bankie Banx for a taste of the laid-back life. Every day should feel this good.
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