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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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Where to Eat Pizza | Image

Where to Eat Pizza

Pizza lovers rejoice! From the publishers of the bestselling Where Chefs Eat comes the next food-guide sensation Where to Eat Pizza, with tips on finding a perfect slice of pizza from over 1,000 food experts and aficionados from around the world. The comprehensive resource features more than 1,700 world-wide pizzerias, parlours, and pizza joints for people that want the inside scoop on where to get that ultimate slice of pizza. The guide also includes quotes from ch...
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ZOKU STAINLESS STEEL WATER BOTTLE | Image

ZOKU STAINLESS STEEL WATER BOTTLE

Zoku have recently launched a sleek line of vacuum insulated stainless steel bottles. The good looking and functional vacuum bottle makes sure your cold beverages will stay cool for up to 70 hours. Hot beverages will also keep their heat for up to 15 hours without losing steam. Designed to take a hit, this double-walled bottle is made of heavy gauge 18/8 stainless steel, and all the corners are rounded and smooth, making it easy to slip into an elasticized backpack ...
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CHALKBOARD SLATE COASTERS | KEEP TRACK OF YOUR DRINK | Image

CHALKBOARD SLATE COASTERS | KEEP TRACK OF YOUR DRINK

With these Chalk it Up Chalkboard Slate Coasters, no more... "which is my glass?" or " whose glass is this?" you can now keep track of your drink, you will never have to worry about whose drink is whose. The coasters are personalized with guests names at dinner parties, just write on the slate with the provided chalk. You can then easily clean them with a damp sponge for the next happy hour session. Set comes complete with four slate coasters, two pieces of chalk an...
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