Just a few miles away sits “Firefly,” the former home of British playwright Noel Coward who moved to Jamaica after spending several weeks visiting his friend Fleming. The home’s living room still features two baby grand pianos which were often put to use during Coward’s notoriously rambunctious parties attended by such notables as Sir Laurence Olivier, Katherine Hepburn and Vivien Leigh. Originally called “Lookout” when it was owned in the 17th century by the tour of duty in the Royal Navy during World War II when he English buccaneer Henry Morgan, who became the first governoV of helped plot “Operation Goldeneye,” a plan for defending Gibraltar. Jamaica, Firefly and its adjacent museum are now maintained by Espionage your thing? Log on to www.fordvehicles. Interior home design photos combond and enter your password 007CL for a chance to win one of our instant prizes.