Kura Kura

Kura Kura

My one exception to buying locally made goods is Kura Kura, an eccentric back-alley souvenir shop in Nassau’s city center. Stocked fully with imported goods from Southeast Asia, Kura Kura is a great place to find chic and elegant jewelry, household adornments or handicraft with island sentimentality and Asian cultural flair. 

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