Creme brulee, or chocolate lava cake? However does one choose? Like everything in life, there are pros and cons to either choice, but at the end of the day it simply comes down to personal taste and need.
The same process applies to the pleasant dilemma of choosing between a luxury hotel room or a private Caribbean villa for your next vacation.
When it’s all said and done, vacationing in paradise is a remarkably delightful experience regardless of whether you stay in a luxurious hotel room or luxurious villa.
But, it’s always best to go into a choice with an informed mind.
What makes life complicated? Without getting too philosophical, let’s simply say choices. Why does anyone spend hours in the grocery store? Choices. Why do we spend so much time fretting over which outfit to wear? Choices. There are many more examples of this but you get the point. Eliminate choices and simplicity returns. Who knew that a “Scilly” little cay is the place to let go of choices and just be happy? We did, and we want you to know too.
The Caribbean is full of relaxing beaches, hidden coves, and stimulating jaunts. The only real trouble one finds while vacationing in the Caribbean is deciding where to go and when. See? Choices! Always the culprit.
So here’s an easy solution. Spend a day at Scilly Cay.
As if Anguilla isn’t exclusive and remote enough, there’s one special place where visitors and locals alike can separate from society just a touch more. Sandy Island Anguilla, is a quintessential tiny spit of sand amidst sparkling blue water where one may while away the day basking in Caribbean bliss. How exactly does this differ from Anguilla, or the Caribbean in general, you may ask? Well, Sandy Island is a cay, not an island, which means it’s simply a small sandy island settled on the surface of a coral reef.
Not an entire island by any standards, but a tiny slice of paradise ready to embrace visitors with it’s relaxing and welcoming vibes.
A few days into a Caribbean vacation may render you desiring to see just how remote you can be. In and around Anguilla – being remote is a way of life. But be warned; it’s extremely addicting!