“In Anguilla, you always feel blue.” …. take me there!!
In “Fifty Shades of Blue” Laura Manske highlights the low-key activities, natural beauty, and tranquility of Anguilla. She also offers 43 spectacular photos to illustrate what she means by “In Anguilla, you always feel blue.”
In Anguilla, you always feel blue. And that is a good thing! The Caribbean Sea’s clear water particularly shimmers here in myriad shades, a dazzling backdrop wherever you look. Blue hues lap at sugary-soft, white-coral sand of 33 beaches and coves, all of which are public and by law accessible to everyone. Anguilla’s juxtaposition of brilliant sea and shore, fringing a flat strip of land only 16 miles long and three miles wide at its curviest bump, can almost be too beautiful on some days, when you whisper “Pinch me” and then “Pinch me again,” giddy with happiness that this dream is reality.
But that alone is not what deems Anguilla a treasured jewel. On its 35 square miles of scrubby inner terrain, masterful chefs dish up top-notch delectable fare, wooing foodies from…
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