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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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EVERDURE CUBE PORTABLE GRILL | Image

EVERDURE CUBE PORTABLE GRILL

Everdure Cube is an elegant BBQ grill designed and developed by Heston Blumenthal, one of the world’s top chefs. The portable grill is designed for impromptu barbecues away from home and is perfect for use on table tops. Made from lightweight durable steel with a high temperature finish, the Cube features an integrated food-grade storage tray, preparation board and porcelain enamel fire box, cool-touch handles that fold down for storage, a removable coal tray and a ...
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HOTEL CARLOTA MEXICO

Hotel Carlota is a spectacular fusion between original and contemporary. Located in the heart of Mexico City, the hotel has a main focal point in its beautiful central courtyard and stunning pool. It is overlooked by the restaurant and bar, as well as the library, shop, and gallery areas. Concrete was used heavily throughout the building, and it merges beautifully with industrial, technological and artisan elements. Each of the hotel´s 36 rooms have their own unique...
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BARBARIAN DAYS

Looking for a beach read this summer? Barbarian Days: A Surfing Life is a damn good book about surfing, worthy of the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for Autobiography.  The compelling book is William Finnegan’s memoir of his obsession with surfing, which he calls a beautiful addiction. In the book Finnegan describes his childhood growing up in California and Hawaii in the mid 1960s, his vagabond years hunting down secluded surf spots around the world, stories of life in a...
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