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I recently found this gem just down the road from my villa. Just up from the Canggu Club, keep heading north on Jalan Pantai Berawa and it's on the right in amongst the hotchpotch of other things going on on this long strip. Signs point left and right to warungs, guesthouses, motorbike rentals, boutiques and cute western eateries. Lots of independent small businesses doing their own cool thing here, that you won't see in Seminyak.

Look for the row of macrame planters hanging outside (Why is macrame always a good sign of taste these days? ) and step into a treasure trove of Indian, Western and Balinese vintage. Displayed on adorable found furniture are colourful teacups, kitsch Indian pictures, printed cushions, Kantha blankets and vintage manila notepads complemented with a collection of cotton lace dresses. So much to look at, great for gift shopping or jazzing up a room.

 

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