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January 30, 1993 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-01-30

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Laid-back playground of the ultra rich
(including Mick Jagger, David Bowie, and
Princess Margaret), the island of Mustique
is dotted with stunning private villas, many
of which are available for rent.

F or honeymooners in

search of a serene, intimate

haven far from wedding frenzy, there is nothing better

than an island, the very symbol of seclusion. 'The appear-

ance of isolation adds to the romance," says Jeffrey

Slatkin, president of Royal International Travel. Mr

Slatkin notes that Detroiters have always been attracted to

the Hawaiian Islands, but he suggests some other exotic

places like Malliouhana in Anguilla and Petit St. Vincent

in the Grenadines as honeymoon retreats.

Following are eight island retreats. Some are privately-

owned Caribbean islets; two have distinctly northern expo-

sures; one is on the other side of the world. Each is remote,

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•JANUARY/FEBRUARY 1993 •

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