Anguilla heritage and a look at the local lingo.
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Not everyone can be in Anguilla for carnival (the Friday before the
first Monday in August) when the energy of the islanders is apparent with the Carnival
Queen Coronation, the Prince and Princess Show, street dancing, and Calypso competitions.
There's also plenty of extra nightly entertainment in The Valley along
with barbecues on the beach.
Anguilla National Trust:
The Anguilla National Trust was established in 1993 to act as custodian of Anguilla's
heritage, preserving and promoting the islands natural environment and its
archaeological, historical and cultural resources for present and future generations.
Anguillan Local Lingo:
The Caribbean island of Anguilla is an English speaking country, but the local dialect of
English can be puzzling for new visitors. Here's a short course in the language that was
published in the Anguilla Local News.
What's happening in Anguilla and around the Caribbean.
Travel Guides - Caribbean
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