Touch of the World
Down charming little Cedar Street in Fish Creek is a row of what once were cottages and are now shops. Quaint, painted-white cottages now house wares from t-shirts to exotic items from around the world. Touch of the World is the later!
This is just a cool store, with 15 different kinds of wind chimes displayed outside near the sidewalk, on its front porch and throughout the store. Exotic and colorful clothing from gauze to cotton hang from the porch rafters and door, sway in the breeze and are waving you into the shop.
Martin, the owner, calls himself a "treasure hunter,"and travels all over the world to find his treasures -to Thailand, to the Himalayas, to Nepal, Bali and more -and his prices, in general, are terrific. Treasures from 20 - 25 countries are displayed and available for purchse. You will see fanciful clothing, children's jewelry like power bracelets, sterling rings, statues of elephants, giraffes, and a ton more. The store is full of stuff. We can't imagine you not finding something in here you like and may even want to own! And you already know if you're the kind of person who likes shops like this! Hard-carved tree benches and chairs, cascading bamboo water-fountains, and a ton more.
It's a delight just to walk around, and Martin has a 100 stories he can tell you of his amazing buying trips, and the small mountain towns where he discovers the treasures to bring to you here! It's a quick stop and a fun one, so stroll on down Cedar Court (the street perpendicular to Founder's Square) and stop in for a quick trip around the world! And tell Martin you saw him on DoorCountyNavigator.com!