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We Shopped the World!

BucketTripper authors go anywhere, and if our articles are evidence, buy everything. Here are treasures they've found in places from Anchorage to to Zanbibar.


We Shopped the World!

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Mayan Textiles For Sale During Semana Santa in "The Shopping 'til You Drop Tour of Antigua, Guatemala" by Jonathon Engels.

Venetian mask makers often create dolls and marionettes as well (Photo copyright Stillman Rogers) in "Shopping for Masks and Crafts in Venice's San Polo" by Barbara Radcliffe Rogers.

A handmade jewelry box showcases traditional American woodworking craftmanship.Read about it at www.buckettripper...

Flavored honey at Montreal's Jean Talon Market

Flavored honey at Montreal's Jean Talon Market

Where to buy authentic handmade Christmas ornaments. And the origins of Nutcrackers. Article at www.buckettripper...

Discovering the Traditional Jewelry and Textiles of Morocco in Tangier. Photo by Marie Claude Arnott. Article at www.buckettripper...

Gold souk in Dubai. Article at www.buckettripper...

Costa Rica Boruca masks. Article about shopping for Costa Rica souvenirs at www.buckettripper...

  • Kelsie Winebrenner
    Kelsie Winebrenner

    El artículo es sobre los recuerdos de Costa Rica. Costa Rica tiene lo mejor recuerdos para las personas. Los recuerdos include la joyería las máscaras y las tallas.

Alsatian cookware. Article about French souvenirs at www.buckettripper...

  • Chris Eirschele
    Chris Eirschele

    I remember the pair of shoes I bought in Paris when I was 17, burgundy leather with a square toe and heel. It was the height of 1970s fashion, but to get them I had to borrow money from my Mom as it was our last night in France. I was pretty desperate.lol

Miniature Painting from India. Photo by Marie-Claude Arnott. Article at www.buckettripper...

Scottish plaid shawl. Article at www.buckettripper...

An ulu is not only a great knife for mincing veggies... it's a useful Scrabble word to know! www.buckettripper...

Can anyone resist an Hermes scarf? Photo by Karen Berger www.buckettripper...

  • Tina Boomerina - Baby Boomer Chick
    Tina Boomerina - Baby Boomer Chick

    I repinned the duck cooking thingy - I don't cook, but I would put that in my kitchen and make it look like I could cook.

  • Tina Boomerina - Baby Boomer Chick
    Tina Boomerina - Baby Boomer Chick

    You should put your duck pot pic on here. It's really cool.

  • Bucket Tripper
    Bucket Tripper

    Re: the duck cooking thingy -- done!

Saris come in many different designs and colors. Learn about them at www.buckettripper...

African Beads. www.buckettripper...

East African mask. www.buckettripper...

This Peruvian fabric is used as a shawl -- or a baby carrier. Article about Peruvian souvenirs at www.buckettripper...

  • Chris Eirschele
    Chris Eirschele

    So colorful.

Murano glass pendant. Article about Italian souvenirs at www.buckettripper...

Souvenirs with meaning: This pot was made by a Mayan villager who is in a program, learning to recreate the ceramic artistry of Mayan ancestors. Proceeds from sales benefit the program. Article at www.buckettripper...

Maya 2012 is coming: Could YOU read their calendar? This detail is part of a date (my birthday); it's written on leather.An unusal souvenir from Chichen Itza. Article What to Buy in Mexico: Souvenir Shopping in Riviera Maya and the Yucatan

  • Tina Boomerina - Baby Boomer Chick
    Tina Boomerina - Baby Boomer Chick

    That is cool.

A cheerful Ganesh mask from Nepal is only one of the colorful cultural souvenirs available in Kathmandu. Article at www.buckettripper...

Egyptian souvenirs include waterpipes. Article at www.buckettripper...

Saqqara Carpet Workshop in Egypt. Article at www.buckettripper...