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Next December I am planning a getaway trip. I will be travelling with my brother and I am looking for someplace quiet where we can just get away from the hassles of our everyday life. We like to lay on the beach, swim, snorkle and explore and be out on the water. I would like someplace that is private but not filled with honeymooners. Price is not an option and I have never traveled to the Carribean. Looking at resorts or private villas. I love the idea of being on a small island. Does anyone have any great ideas to share with me? I have checked out Petite St Vincent, Peter's Island, Biras Creek, Cotton House, Palm Island, Jade Mountain and Cayo Espanto in Belize. They are all incredibly lovely but seem like honeymoon places.
Any advice would be great!
Thanks

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