“Come, give me a hand,” said Deb, the first mate, looking in the direction of a few passengers. “We’re going to sweat it up.” The ‘it’ was the mainsail, which needed hoisting. It was clear that this wasn’t a one-man (or woman) job, and looked backbreaking.
People around the world use the word “crayfish” to refer to a variety of small freshwater crustaceans, so it should come as no surprise that Anguilla’s waters carry a creature of the same name. Locals and tourists alike enjoy its succulent flavor, and crayfish can make a tasty lunch ($10) or a rare delicacy ($45), depending on the place.
Over the past few weeks, a few great minds and kindred spirits came together to inspire selfless service to our community. Because of them, the Design Anguilla Challenge to showcase worthy causes was born—Giving Back, Paying Forward. In particular, we raise awareness for Kumakie Parris, a university student who needs funding assistance.