When I told my nephew I'd brought him poop from my vacation, he first asked why. I answered that it was a present. Next he said, "Grandpa wouldn't let you keep that in the house," and was still intrigued. When I gave him the pack, he was really excited and immediately wanted to open it and eat the "poop".
Apart from Fruity Monkey Poop, visitors will find a variety of coffees, coffee products, t-shirts and other locally-produced objects. Art pieces including masks and pottery made of various materials in different designs--a great selection of interesting pieces to keep or give as gifts. We were the last customers of the day and enjoyed chatting with the store's owner.
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