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Jungle Jim's International Market, Ohio




Let's talk "Jungle Jim's International Market", if you have never ever been to this awesome amazing market you have just got to make a trip to Ohio. There are 2 locations.... Fairfield (our 2nd trip) & Cincinnati (our 1st trip), Ohio. If you need something different I bet Jungle Jim's will have it. This was our 2nd time at Jungle Jim's but at a different location. They are totally different & both oh so unique. We always stock up on gifts for Christmas. 

If I had to pick a location that was my fave... (cause I know you are asking?) it would be the Cincinnati location because it was the 1st one opened & this location has all sorts of singing puppets. When you walk near them they sing & dance. Please don't get the wrong idea the Fairfield location is great as well ... they have men watching on stilts, men juggling, & a mime ...who walked up behind the hubby & me pretending to imitate all that we were doing ...it was funny to watch him. ha. ha!  ( :

Jellies, drinks, wines, vinegar, fruits, veggies, hot sauce. You can get lost in the store. It's just that huge. What's super awesome is there are treats from so many different countries. Why not try salsa from many countries? We only wish that Ohio was not so far away from Virginia.  We need our Jungle Jim's fix more often... please know that our friends & family will be loving us this Christmas. Beth ( : 

linking to "Good Fences" with Theresa.

Comments

eileeninmd said…
Hello, Beth! I have never heard of Jungle Jim's Market. It seem similar to the World Market. I would like to check it out some day. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!
Linda Kay said…
Looks like some interesting shopping, Beth. We shopped yesterday in San Antonio, but mostly the same old same old, nothing too unique.
William Kendall said…
The interior looks big.
Sandi said…
"they have men watching on stilts, men juggling, & a mime ...who walked up behind the hubby & me pretending to imitate all that we were doing ...it was funny to watch him."

Why doesn't this ever happen to me at the grocery store?? ;-)
Missy George said…
I have heard about this place. Too much for me. Too many selections, too many decisions. Makes my brain tired. Thanks for sharing hope you are having a good week.
Sounds like a great place to visit for all kinds of foodie treats! Happy Christmas! xx
TexWisGirl said…
cute and funny place! and even a fence in the first photo! :)
Debbie said…
That sounds like a fun store, I have not heard of it!! I like the Kellogg's picture, so lifelike and colorful!!
Michelle said…
I am not familiar with this place, but I need to head up to the Cincy location!
Ruth Hiebert said…
Sounds like a fun store to visit.
genie said…
Nice, clean, wide isles. I bet that store has a bit of everything anyone could want in it.
Rose said…
I will have to tell hubby about this place...maybe someday go there. But I am not much of a shopper, so I may not.
Stephanie said…
It looks huge.
EG CameraGirl said…
It's wonderful to find a place that sells such wonderful variety!
Lynn said…
holy crow this is a huge looking place...neat changes on your blog Beth.
Sharon Wagner said…
My favorite market is our Midtown Global market in Minneapolis. We went there 3 times this week. Happy Holidays to you. And happy shopping in 2016!
edenhills said…
It certainly looks like a unique shopping experience!

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