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NIM Things

426, Spot Bay KY2-2401, Cayman Brac
+1 345-948-0461
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We stopped here on a family holiday to pick up some gifts and had a great time hearing about the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
toddskibull
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Basingstoke, United Kingdom
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Worth a Visit

On a trip to Cayman Brac in March my husband and I drove to Spot Bay to, amongst other things, stop... read more

Reviewed 20 April 2017
lovesthesun-7
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Stittsville, Ontario
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Native Island Made Things Handcrafted local originals such as Award Winning Dirty Joke Necklace, Caymanite Jewellery, Shell crafts, Silver Thatch straw work and Crochet Gifts. Owners Tenson and Starrie Scott Tenson Scott is a McCoy Prize Winner 2006 "Best in Caymanian Art", Movie Star =), Fisherman and Storyteller Starrie Scott is an Award winning Chef and crafter. "Like" NIM Things on Facebook
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426, Spot Bay KY2-2401, Cayman Brac
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We stopped here on a family holiday to pick up some gifts and had a great time hearing about the island from Mr Tennyson Scott . The gifts on sale are all locally made and include some fascinating jewellery. This is definitely worth a visit...More

Thank toddskibull
Reviewed 20 April 2017

On a trip to Cayman Brac in March my husband and I drove to Spot Bay to, amongst other things, stop in at NIM Things. I had read and heard much about it and wanted to see the Caymanite jewellry. This is a small gift...More

1  Thank lovesthesun-7
Reviewed 17 March 2017

We visited NIM while vacationing at the Brac. Mr. Scott had several earnings and necklaces made with caymanite. Other shell jewelry, small knock knacks, paintings and post cards of several island views and animals. Worth making the trip to NIM when you are on the...More

Thank HuskerInOz
Reviewed 2 December 2016 via mobile

Gift shops are very limited on the island. We stopped here on our island tour. Mr. Scott will visit with you while you browse. Lots of stories. There are gifts of the local caymanite stone, shell items, and art.

Thank WorldTrvlr13
Reviewed 25 April 2016 via mobile

We stayed very near here. They have great gift items and stories to go with them. Nice and relaxing with friendly people.

Thank Kelly S
Reviewed 21 April 2016 via mobile

Besides the jewelry, there is art, children's books, purses, magnets, etc. We enjoyed meeting the owner and listening to his tall tales. Head to Long Beach just a little past NIM after you stop & shop.

Thank TaranMike0302
Reviewed 10 March 2016

If you are on the island.. you need to take a few and go talk with nim... What an interesting person.. we only planned on staying a few min and didn't leave for 2 hours.. His wife brought us fresh lemonade from her trees in...More

Thank Lisa F
Reviewed 10 May 2015

A talented man and his daughter own this business. It's in a building that looks like a house, so don't be shy. Go ahead and get out of your car. I purchased a caymanite pendant. As a person who dabbles in jewelry fabrication, I can...More

1  Thank luvsummers
SimoneScott, Manager at NIM Things, responded to this reviewResponded 11 May 2015

Hi, Thank you very much for the review. We are very pleased that you enjoy your piece of Caymanite. My mom and I are very proud of my Dad in his jewelry work. thank you for supporting local artists. God bless.

Reviewed 26 August 2013

Stopped to look at Mr Scott's caymanite jewelry (which is beautiful) and chatted for an hour. The first visit we talked with his wife and she made a key lime pie for us (try coconut too), which was heavenly. On return trip to get pie,...More

Thank Olichops
SimoneScott, Manager at NIM Things, responded to this reviewResponded 28 August 2013

Thank you for your review. Yes my moms key lime is to die for and my dad loves to entertain. Please do stop back in to visit NIM Things on your next trip to the Brac.

Reviewed 9 April 2013

We stopped by NIM Things a few days ago on our dive trip on Cayman Brac. We had the pleasure of meeting Tendon Scott. What a marvelous storyteller he is! I enjoyed talking to him and learning about the island. He told us the story...More

1  Thank RosieOO
SimoneScott, Manager at NIM Things, responded to this reviewResponded 28 August 2013

Thank you for visiting NIM Things. I'm very happy that my dad was able to accommodate your wish for the necklace and directions to the cave. Yes he loves to tell stories of our heritage and culture from his lifetime. Please do stop back in...More

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