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It's always summer somewhere

MR MARVIS personally picked three tropical winter getaways for you to get inspired. Because we know it’s always summer somewhere.

Whether you can’t stand the rain and cold weather in Europe, or if you just don’t want to say goodbye to your favorite shorts for the next six months; this note from MR MARVIS is exactly what you want to read today. What will your next winter getaway destination be?

A paradise: Seychelles

Situated north of Madagascar in the Indian Ocean, this archipelago of 115 stunning islands is simply marvelous. Mahè and Digue - the most popular islets of the Seychelles - are the best option for those who simply feel like enjoying sun and sea breeze. When on Mahè, book a table at La Perle Noire in Beau Vallon and enjoy fresh seafood on the veranda surrounded by a tropical garden. Are you more of an explorer? No worries, 113 other magical islands are ready to be discovered.

An inspiration: Mexico

This country has it all: colorful beaches, incredible architecture, and lively cities. Including Merida. Check-in at the Casa Lecanda Boutique Hotel in the city center of Merida, go to the bar and order your favorite cocktail from Mr. Raphael - a true gentleman bartender. Please tell him MR MARVIS said hi. After Merida, depart from the ancient coastline of Yucatan and head towards Baja California. Cancun, Tulum, Puerto Escondido are yours to own. Do you want to relax? Go to Playa del Carmen, sit back and enjoy a cerveza or two in the sun.

A tradition: Cuba

It is hard to find a piece of land that is more authentic to itself. If you like it the good old way, Cuba is the place for you. And this is really is the time to go, because the country is changing rapidly. MR MARVIS knows that change is not always for the better. The crystalline waters of the Caribbean, the friendly people and rhythm of Cuban nights will warm you up - leaving this place will be hard. No need to say, enjoy your Cubans – MR MARVIS’ dark khaki shorts - and pair them with a cigar and a Cuba Libre.