Food: Grilled fish and rice with home-made ice-cream and piles of sliced mango and papaya
Bond book appearance: Devil May Care (2008). Bond eats this dinner made by an islander called Charity in Barbados
Experience of 007 Travelers: Self-made
His three-month sabbatical, enforced by the medical people back in London, still had two weeks to run. It had been pleasant enough to begin with. An old friend of M’s had fixed him up with a cottage in Barbados where he’d been able to swim and snorkel most of the day before eating dinner on the terrace, cooked and served by a plump female islander called Charity. She did marvellous grilled fish and rice dishes, with home-made ice-creams and piles of sliced mango and papaya to follow. At the medics’ insistence, Bond had drunk no alcohol and retired to bed no later than ten o’clock with only a paperback book and a powerful barbiturate for company.
Sebastian Faulks: “Devil May Care” (2008)
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