Ian Fleming's Jamaica

Do as 007 would.

Up until his death in 1964, Ian Fleming, the WWII intelligence officer and novelist, lived at Goldeneye, his sanctum sanctorum in Jamaica. Beginning in 1952 with Casino Royale, Mr. Fleming crafted all of his subsequent Bond novels there, amongst the rum punches, grottos and azure waters. Whether or not you stay at his home turned luxe resort, Jamaica is will forever be imbued in Bond-ness. Just don’t ask for your martini stirred.
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