Many Magical Anguilla Moments
Junior Flemming (From Junior.ai)
Anguilla is my hearts home! In 2005 I took my very first trip to Anguilla and I came back longing for more. Not only was that one of my first times out of the States but I got engaged there at Pelican Hill.
I had so many great experiences...
Junior Fleming is a personal family friend and he is truly a good man. The first time that I had ever been snorkeling was a trauamtic experience for me because I'm terrified of what's around me but Junior held my hand the entire time as he pointed out the many creations in the ocean. He even swam down and caught a sea turtle! He showed it to all of the children as well as the adults and educated them on different parts of the turtle and why they are the way that they are.
He truly took the time to make sure that everyone was having fun and was involved. He really is a prime example of true Anguillians! They are what makes your stay so unbelievable!
Also, Gwen's has awesome food as well as Elodia's and we had so much fun going back to Sprocka's place by the airport and listening to his many songs - especially the "suitcase" song. We were actually lucky in 2005 when we went to see Sprocka sing because he had an unannounced guest - Banky-Banks! They sang all night together and we had a blast! There is also a man by the name of Nature Boy who hung around with Junior - now he is FUN!
They all took very good care of us - all 12 of our group.
I have to say that one of my very favorite spots is Little Bay. Beautiful doesn't even come close to describing it. You can only get there by boat (unless you are an original islander and can climb down the cliff) and it is the most perfect spot to go snorkeling! We took an underwater camera and it was awesome! We saw star fish, sea erchants and blow fish.
I could go on and on about Anguilla!
All I know is that I have been to other islands and I can't stop comparing them to this paradise.
Sometimes I think to myself, I don't want to tell anyone about this place because I don't want it to become too crowded!
Thank you so much for letting me tell some of my stories of the great Anguilla!
All my love