Hey,Big Zeke.Read this book you need to read while I was on the island.Book is called "A TRIP TO THE BEACH".You really need to read this book,about a couple starting a resturant on a small island.True story.Alot of insight.
Good to hear from you my man. Hope your honeymoon went well....Oh yea, you guys did not participate in that Fox "Temptation Island Show" did you? Seriously here's wishing you a long and happy marriage!
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Thanks very much.Hope you find some property soon.We walked all the way up to Robles,about an hour and 30 min. walk from Basil.Pretty neat up there but the beaches are different.A lot more coral chunks instead of sand on most of the beaches.Not new coral but old coral.We almost made it to Rocky Point but had to turn back to meet our boat.A neat adventure.Some poor soul's sailboat was washed up on the beach.looked like it was large as it was in several hunks.No name was on the boat.But it had a dark navy hull.there is lots of property for sale up there but few good beaches and difficult to get there by boat because of this big ol' reef in the way at Robles Point.Guess it could be made at high tide in shallow draft boat. Any way read the book you will get a kick out of it.Smooth sailing mon.
Re: "A TRIP TO THE BEACH" My son is getting married on Anguilla in July so in November I traveled to the island to look at the hotels and restuarants. I had the privilage of meeting the Blanchards and seeing their beautiful restaurant. They used to have a speciality food business in Vermont called Blanchard and Blanchard when they decided to move to Anguilla. They have created a gem of a restaurant in a garden setting overlooking a quiet beach. Their book is an interesting account of all their adventures starting their restaurant bisiness. Anguilla is very different from Ambergris Caye. The resorts are very beautiful but also very upscale and exclusive. So the restaurant patrons are rather upscale too. That said, many of the problems and triumps experienced by Bob and Melinda would be the same on any scale. All in all it is a good read for anyone considering relocating to a tropical island.
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