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    Anguilla is known for hosting a variety of annual summer racing events that attract crowds from all over the world. Race after-parties and celebrations are common on the island. Boaters seeking more private waters will discover perfect tranquility just north of Anguilla in Prickly Pear Cay and Dog Island. Sandy Island is a small cay just off Sandy Ground beach in Anguilla. What started as little more than a make-shift shack with a drum-pan barbecue grill has become a backdrop for countless, movies, photo shoots and music concerts. Sandy Island currently offers a wide lunch menu including lobster, grouper, snapper, crayfish and ribs. Visitors can bury their toes in the soft white sand while enjoying a delicious no-fuss meal. There you have it—your ultimate Caribbean sailing adventure. Of course, this covers a smidgen of the Caribbean, but 7,000 islands might be too much for one summer. We like to think of it as island hopping…

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    springs. An unimaginable cluster of widely varied vegetation, and of mind blowing shorelines, for example, Vitu Levu, Fiji's biggest isle, Nadi's outdoors Souvenir Market, Helicopter visit to Mamanuca Islands to have a sight of magnificent geography and Bega Island to say yet few. In Fiji, the temperature remains almost the same throughout the year. In any case, the best time for a visit is from July to September. 4. ANGUILLA Anguilla is a run of the mill of Caribbean islands. You can expect…

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    Endangered eel: Anguilla Japonica Anguilla Japonica, most commonly known as the Japanese eel is classified as an endangered species whose habitat surrounds the coasts of Japan. Based on various credited sources, an analysis was performed in order to determine the likelihood of this eel to go extinct. Biological components and statistical data were taken into account and based on the observed results, it is logical to hypothesize that within a span of years this eel can go extinct. Nonetheless,…

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    The Eastern Caribbean Securities Exchange (ECSE) is a regional securities market established and licensed under uniform regional legislation governing securities market activities. It was designed to facilitate the buying and selling of financial products, including corporate stocks and bonds, and government securities, for the eight ECCB member states of the Organisation of the Eastern Caribbean States(OECS) –Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, St. Kitts and Nevis, St.…

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    Norwell Roberts was the first black police officer recruited into the public services in 1967. Originally born in Anguilla, Norwell Roberts lost his farther when he was three years olds. Norwell had a strict upbringing still; often being made to wear a dress. This was good preparation for him being the first Black police officer (The Independent 1997). Norwell’s mother seized employment as a house main in the United Kingdom, which enabled them to move to the United Kingdom when he was 9 years…

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    its wake before moving on to Florida. "There's no food here. There's no water here," said Germania Perez, 70. Residents of the islands are struggling to maintain a semblance of the life they had before Irma as they fight off hunger and thirst. Water supplies are contaminated and there is no groundwater to start with. They need to get water and food and shelter as a first response. Residents are now trying to rebuild, however, for most this is the most challenging situation. Losing their homes…

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    for the throne since her uncles had no surviving legitimate children. She began her reign at the age of only eighteen, and it did not end until she was eighty-one. Queen Victoria is now known as being the second longest-reigning monarch in the history of the British Empire with her reign lasting for almost sixty-four years. At the age of twenty-one she married her first cousin Albert, and they had nine children. Queen Victoria had a great importance in her nation which, in turn, made…

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    will receive in the future. Robin’s goal is to graduate from the University of Louisiana at Monroe with at least a 3.5 GPA. After she graduates, she would like a job in the hospital as a registered nurse. Then, she would continue her education in nursing school to become a neonatal nurse practitioner. Robin would like to have a family of her own after building a successful career. What makes Robin unique is her spontaneous and adventurous nature. She would like to be able to travel the world…

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    Sarah Kidd, wrote an incriminating letter to Captain Paine asking for “Twenty four ounces” (eight bars) “of gold,” but implored he keep the rest in his custody. Captain Knott, was tasked with delivering the letter and the gold. He returned with only seven bars, claiming as one must have fallen out in his journey. However, it is unclear how this letter made its way into the hands of the authorities. While in Newport, Richard Coote, “the Earl of Belmont,” and former associate of Kidd’s, wrote to…

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    issue of a dolphinarium in Aruba. This will be a quantitative research. Comparing Aruba Aruba does not have a dolphinarium. But we do want to know what will happen to Aruba if we get one. This is not a trial and error thing. We cannot just put up a dolphinarium, see what happens and take it away if we don’t like it. We have to make sure that careful planning and organizing is done before we build something like this. Thousands of dollars will be invested, and big changes will need to be made,…

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