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Goldeneye Resort | Jamaica

There could not be a better place to start a love affair with Jamaica than Goldeneye Resort, the former home of Ian Fleming (creator of James Bond - 007). Chris Blackwell, founder of Island Records bought the Goldeneye Resort in 1976. The resort was recently renovated and now has 22 units including nine beach houses, eight lagoon houses, Fleming´s original villa, and four houses built by Blackwell. The house that once belonged to Ian Fleming has three bedrooms with a master bedroom facing the sea. via Recraft



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WAVEGARDEN

Wavegarden is a man-made surfing lagoon built deep in Spain´s Basque Country. Wavegarden features a patented technology, a hydrodynamic "wave foil” that runs along the bottom of the lagoon to create a swell, generating perfectly formed tubing waves that run for more than 220 m without losing power or shape. Designed with minimal environmental impact and energy output, Wavegarden generates 120 waves per hour, promising continual enjoyment for those far from the coast...
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HAYMAN LUXURY NATURE RESORT | AUSTRALIA

The Hayman Resort has been freshly renovated by hotel design specialist Kerry Hill. The luxury nature resort  is located on a private island situated on the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland, Australia. It is also known for its spa, right in the ocean. At the resort you have the choice of staying in one of 210 Rooms, Suites, Penthouses, Beach Villas and even a Beach House and take in the sights and sounds of your stupendous surroundings from a private terrace or...
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RATUA PRIVATE ISLAND

Ratua Private Island is a wild magical place, a jewel-like island in the Vanuatu archipelago. The unique Island has has three villages offering 15 villa-style homes crafted from 200-year-old teak wood, they can accommodate 2 to 4 guests. Ratua is owened by Isabelle and Marc, when sailing around the world, they were told about a jewel-like island in the Vanuatu archipelago whose location was kept secret.They decided straight away to buy the island, and their motivati...
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