The tranquil island of Anguilla evokes an earlier era of Caribbean history. There are no casinos, no tourist-jammed shopping areas, and just a handful of nightspots. In fact, visitors encounter few distractions from the unspoiled white sand beaches and surprisingly good restaurants. The island's economy depends almost completely on tourism. Locals are friendly but no one tries to sell tourists T-shirts on the beaches. Attendees won't find gloss and glitter, but they just might rub shoulders ...

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