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A very nice craft coop worth a stop even if you are not shopping. Merchandise well displayed and sales person was warm and friendly and not at all pushy. Well worth a stop even if you are only eye shopping. Recommend. Hope this helps.
It's nice to see a 'gallery' in such a small town, and there was a decent amount of local artists' work for sale. Nice to seem some well made native wood platters - always love those, but also plenty of things for the tchotcke lover
This was an unexpected find on a late Saturday afternoon when many other shops were closed. Some beautiful pieces including some amazing wood turned pieces. It was great talking to the man who had made them and he was so helpful in shipping our purchase. Visit, you won't be disappointed.
Another great outlet for you to purchase jade and other souvenir items for yourself and gifts for your friends back home. You can spend the morning shopping before travelling to your next destination.
A great little place where you can meet the makers of local items like flax weavers, painters, carvers, wood workers and spend time getting to know their work. Definitely worth a stop if you are in Hokitika.
After 5 days in the city, I have learned where the tour buses stop; they do not stop here? After watching the tourists run off their buses (hello? they run off their buses to the closest store that their bus is parked at; get the picture now) because they have less than 30 minutes to eat (some only 15 minutes),... 更多