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Anguilla Independence Day #20018
05/19/2013 10:16 PM
05/19/2013 10:16 PM
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Virginia wishing STJ
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Virginia wishing STJ
We are going to be on Anguilla on 30 May, which by reading I found out is Anguilla Independence Day.

Is there anything that we should not miss on this special day? Do the restaurants and bars stay open for the celebration or does everything closed down?

We read where there is a parade and sailboat race... fireworks maybe?


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Re: Anguilla Independence Day [Re: TomB] #20019
05/20/2013 08:24 AM
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Boat races are a staple of all Anguillian holidays. They are accompanied by beach BBQ's and music. You can participate in the revelry, or just watch the boats pass by while lounging on the beach.


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