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Bring me sunshine….

I don’t know what it’s like where you are, but here in the UK autumn is, so-far, a bit of a grey affair. It’s around this time of year that I start to miss the warmth of the South of France, where we spend a lot of the year on our boat – and start to look to where I can get a sunshine top up. For Lorna and I, as for many people, the answer is a winter break in the Caribbean.

Swapping leaden skies and puddles for blue horizons and soft sand beaches seems like a great deal to me. But I think you do need to be careful where you book to avoid the crowds who agree! As the founder of a luxury holiday provider I’ve been lucky enough to experience a lot of the Caribbean and discover some of its unexpected corners, beautiful and untouched by the rampant commercialism of many of the bigger islands. If you want a relaxing break with a difference then here are my top three suggestions for a sunshine break this winter….

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Why Anguilla is my favourite Caribbean Island

I have been quoted in a few recent interviews saying that Brits should go to Anguilla. And it’s true. Anguilla really is one of the most mesmerizingly beautiful places I’ve ever been.

I’m a little worried that since everyone’s now been made aware of what Anguilla has to offer that hoards of people will now flock there! But, it really is such an amazing holiday destination that I can’t pretend that I don’t enjoy going there and stop recommending it to people.

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