“No Time To Die” At GoldenEye
By Everett Potter
Back in the 1950’s, a former British naval intelligence officer named Ian Fleming would decamp to Jamaica for a couple of months each winter. Now a budding novelist, he would knock off a new thriller in eight or 10 weeks before returning to London. Thus was James Bond introduced to the world.
Fleming’s house, GoldenEye, was later bought by music impresario Chris Blackwell, founder of Island Records. Blackwell turned it into an elite getaway and the setting is truly spectacular and clearly inspiring. This is, after all, where Sting composed “Every Breath You Take.”
Now, to mark the release of the 25th James Bond movie, No Time To Die, which is partly filmed in Jamaica, GoldenEye is offering a dedicated package, the “Ultimate James Bond Experience,” to celebrate the birthplace of what is arguably greatest spy series ever created.