Travel

What Fleming saw: snorkelling at GoldenEye

You don’t need to be a certified scuba diver to enjoy the wonders of the deep. Alex Lamas follows in Fleming’s flippers.

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(00)7 stops around Venice: why is it the ultimate Bond destination?

There’s something unshakeable about 007’s bond with Venice. But even though he’s visited on no fewer than four separate occasions, are we any clearer about why he keeps returning? Fellow Venice-addict David Lowbridge-Ellis, our Editor-in-Chief, takes a seven stop tour through the lagoon (an inflatable gondola is helpful but not essential) to uncover why the Bond stories keep being drawn back to this most unreal of cities.

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Operation: Union Jack

This adventure starts with a late night flight leaving Chicago on a Friday, that landed in London Saturday morning.

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Travelling like Bond: Morocco!

It’s said that one should be a traveller, not a tourist. But what does that mean? And which one is Bond?

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Matera: a view that kills

There has always been a strong connection between James Bond and Italy. Valentino explores Matera.

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You’re a Kite Dancing in a Hurricane

Fitting some Bond moments into a couple’s retreat isn’t always easy and Blake Powers had an additional challenge on his visit to the Bahamas with his partner: a literal hurricane looming on the horizon!

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Underneath the mango tree: 60th anniversary adventure to Jamaica

Jamaica was a destination that as a lifelong Bond fan I had to visit

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Bonding in Corfu

Roger Moore is the Bond I grew up with as a child of the early 1980’s, he was suave, effortlessly handsome, wonderfully funny and when he needed to be…dangerous! 

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‘You Only Live Once’: 007GB members on the tracks of 007 in Japan

Simon Firth, the author of several titles in the On The Tracks of 007 series, visited Japan along with an intrepid group of Bond fans, including more members of 007GB Club.

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Bilbao – The World Is Not Enough

The World Is Not Enough is not a favourite Bond film of mine. I am sure it commenced its life with the very best of artistic intentions.

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