Bits of Boise are very Boulder-esque. Both cities have a healthy, active population. Both are at the foot of a mountain range, with skiing, mountain biking, whitewater and hiking easily accessible from downtown. Both have plenty of New Agey shops happy to teach customers about “smudging” and Tibetan prayer flags while the scent of Nag Champa wafts through the air. Eyes of the World Imports, the difficult-to-miss bright red building in the Linen District, is Boise’s most eclectic (and least self-important) foreign import shop. Asian wall hangings, African masks, Indian clothing, hand-painted mirrors from Southeast Asia, Japanese ceramic sake sets, Tibetan singing bowls and 40 feet of cases filled with ethnic jewelry—find all this and more here. Torn with all the choices? The store has a drop-in meditation room, which may be meant to help you decide what to buy at this unique Boise shopping destination.