Howard University Libraries - The Caribbean Government anguilla Homepage (Galaxy). Antigua and Barbuda history Antigua Barbuda Dept. Guadeloupe history Conseil regional de la Guadeloupe. http://www.founders.howard.edu/caribbean.htm
World Telephone Numbering Guide on the NANP Administrator and its history are found anguilla 264 areacodeinfo.comCE Service Antigua and of Northern Mariana Islands and other regional islands http://www.wtng.info/wtng-reg.html
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Extractions: Anzeige: Verdienen Sie Geld mit Ihren ungenutzten Domains! Welt English Regional ... Caribbean : Anguilla See also: This category in other languages: Greek Anguilla Elections - Information about elections in Anguilla. Provides history, candidates with photos and resume, ballot count, results and contact information. Anguilla Overview - A British dependency located at the northern end of the Leeward Islands. Offers a quick overview and photos of some beaches, includes links to three hotel properties. Government of Anguilla - Official website for government offices, includes links, phone numbers and addresses.
Marinas And Moorings In Anguilla, Leeward Islands Marinas and Moorings in anguilla, Leeward Islands. regional Notes. The official currencyon anguilla is the Eastern Caribbean Dollar. history, LANGUAGE, CULTURE. http://www.safemooring.com/Leeward_Islands_Anguilla.html
Extractions: ANGUILLA GOVERNMENT Anguilla is a self-governing British Dependent Territory. MONEY The official currency on Anguilla is the Eastern Caribbean Dollar. Although US dollars are readily accepted, it may be at a lower exchange rate than if they are converted into EC dollars at one of the island's banks. Banking hours are Monday - Thursday 8am to 3pm, and to 5pm on Friday. Barclays Bank is restricted to 8am to 1pm Monday to Thursday, and 3pm to 5pm on Friday. COMMUNICATIONS The telecommunications are up to date. Sandy Ground has an internet cafe, and the public library in the Valley has internet access. HISTORY, LANGUAGE, CULTURE The language is English. Anguilla's economy was built largely on seafaring skills , and the export of seafood and boatbuilding are still mainstays. Although tourism is growing, the attraction of the island lies in its quiet lifestyle. There has been no development of large settlements, shopping areas, casinos or motorised water sports. On the other hand, Anguilla has some of the most expensive hotels and restaurants in the Caribbean, with a well-heeled and repeat clientele. The island has no public transport, but there are plenty of taxis and hire cars. There are also bikes for hire. Traffic drives on the left, and a local driving licence is needed (available from the hire firm, a police station, or the Traffic department in the Valley).
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Caribbean Studies Regular sections include news, regional roundup, business, technology, travel,culture, and Rasta United; Rastafari history; The Virtual Niahbingi. anguilla. http://www.hist.unt.edu/09w-blk4.htm
History Of The Meet BRIEF history OF THE MEET. have a significant role to play in the regional integrationprocess. countries at the inaugural Meet were anguilla, Bahamas, Bermuda http://www.caribbeanteachers.org/history.htm
Extractions: BRIEF HISTORY OF THE MEET The CUT Track and Field Championships was a result of the CUTs recognition of the need to provide the young athletes aged 8-15 years with some regional competition. There was also recognition by the CUT that sports have a significant role to play in the regional integration process. These particular Championships would bring together the students and teachers of the Caribbean for a few days of friendly competition camaraderie and co-operation. The Caribbean Union of Teachers Biennial Track and Field Championships was first organized in Barbados in 1986. The participating countries at the inaugural Meet were Anguilla, Bahamas, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Grenada, Guyana, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines and host, Barbados. They competed for the Jean Perisco Trophy. Barbados made capital of the fact that they were at home and won the Championships. The success of the inaugural Meet led to a CUT decision to develop the Championships into a biennial affair. It was also agreed that the Championships would be organized by the Teachers Union of the host nation. This extends to the host seeding sponsorship to help meet local expenses. Member Unions desirous of participating are required to meet their respective cost of their teams. This includes airfares.
DHL Corporate - DHL's History history 1969 to present Services start to anguilla, Antigua, Aruba, Bolivia, Bonaire,Cape Verde 60 million is made in the Bahrain regional distribution centre. http://www.dhl.com/info/history.html
Extractions: TRANQUILITY JAZZ FESTIVAL The Launch will feature a Grand Cocktail Reception for potential sponsors from international companies, members of the local, regional and international press, Government and Tourism officials, as well as representatives of BET Event Productions who will be producing the event on behalf of the Government of Anguilla and the Anguilla Tourist Board. The highlights of the evening will be the unveiling of the Tranquility Jazz Festival logo and the signing of the Production contract between representatives of BET and the Government of Anguilla. A number of local, regional and international acts will also be on hand to lend their magic to the evening. September/October 2002 WHAT'S INSIDE...
Extractions: SPLENDOR ON AND OFF THE BEACH Growing Colony of Artists, Galleries, Museums and Historic Sites on Idyllic Caribbean Island Anguilla is home to a veritable colony of artists who have come here from many parts of the world to pursue their creative muse. The diverse art forms include pottery, sculpture, handcrafts, paintings and woodcraft. There is also a growing collection of tribal artifacts, textiles, antiques, carvings and furniture from many exotic destinations, in the Caribbean and beyond, which can be found in art galleries and studios around the island. A self-guided "Art Tour of Anguilla" brochure, available through the Anguilla Tourist Board, takes visitors to 15 galleries and studios across the island. Among these, Devonish Art Gallery, located on West End Rd., features Anguillian, Caribbean and international artists as well as the art of proprietor-artist, Courtney Devonish. Next to the Devonish Art Gallery one finds Cheddie's Carving Studio, a one-of-a-kind atelier where local, self-taught artisan, Cheddie, fashions intricate, unique designs out of driftwood, bronze and stone. The CuisinArt Resort & Spa Art Gallery at Rendezvous Bay displays a beautiful selection of original art from Italy by a variety of world-renowned artists, while The World Art & Antiques Gallery, in The Valley, hosts a collection of precious antiques, exotic collectibles and worldwide furnishings.
Extractions: Part of Gustaf Anninger's comprehensive database of governmental institutions including parliaments, ministries, offices, law courts, political parties, embassies, city councils, public broadcasting corporations, central banks, multi-governmental institutions, etc. Online since June 1995. Frequently updated and referred to below. Organizes, describes, and links to Latin American and Caribbean official documents available on the Internet. Includes national level statistical, executive, legislative, and judicial sources, and several categories of "sub national" documents. Materials are organized by country and accompanied by a brief summary of their contents. Created by David Block, Cornell University. This excellent database is a joint product between Georgetown University, the Organization of American States, and the Canadian Foundation for the Americas. Lists documentary and statistical political information on Latin America and the Caribbean including constitutions, electoral laws, legislative and executive branch information, political parties, interest groups, and election data. Also provides a map of countries covered as well as a flag and the national anthem. In English, Spanish, French, and/or Portuguese.
EPAT: FOUR: Local And Regional Context of expanding Stage II islands like anguilla, Bonaire, and highdensity mass-marketpractice of the regional leaders than in all its previous history (Corma, 1993 http://www.wisc.edu/epat/.res-price/.Antigua---Barbuda--Legacy-of-Environ-Deg1/.
Extractions: Over 100 invited guests, representing a cross-section of the private and public sectors of Anguilla, attended a presentation held by the Anguilla Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACOCI) at Cocoloba Resort on January 22. Among the visiting officials were Vice President for Commerce from the Barbados Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Grady Carter, and Daniel Arthurton and Angela Brice two representatives of the Caribbean Regional HRD programme for Economic Competitivenessa CIDA-funded project. The theme of the presentation was Unity and Protecting Business in Anguilla. The first speaker Mr. Marcel Fahie, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Finance and Economic Development spoke about the need for the business community to put aside isolationist practices and join together to become an effective force for altering the course of commerce and industry in Anguilla. He asked that the community consider the word facilitate as an alternative to protect with respect to sustainable development and urged each business person to consider the value of collective efforts and the substantial economic rewards which would result in a vibrant and strong Chamber of Commerce.
Extractions: Tourism Caribbean Tourism Organization Caribbean Tourism Organization is a regional organization which contains information on tourism products in all Caribbean islands. Caribbean Online A business and tourism directory for countries in the Caribbean region. It includes maps, government listings, and useful information for each country. St. Lucia The most comprehensive general information on tourism in St. Lucia is available at the St. Lucia Tourist Board and the St. Lucia Hotel and Tourism Association However, there are also a number of sites providing information on specific aspects of tourism; including jazz weddings and honeymoons, and more. Tourism in Grenada The Grenada Board of Tourism provides regional information about Grenada, including its history, eco-tourism,, activities on the island, points of interest and travel tips. A Calendar of Events in Grenada is also provided by the Board of Tourism.
Untitled representation for youth and youth organization in anguilla. affecting youth on anational, regional or international level on the islands history and culture http://www.geocities.com/TheTropics/1667/anguilla.html