..i am an avid watch collecter i, think i have about 20 or so, but my favourite was a gold citizen watch i bought i in turkey many years ago ."not a fake"and it was broken in the uk , i took it to my local jewelers said it would be difficut to repair,it would be at least £40 ,i then took it to h.m .sammuals ,and they said it was not possible to fix it ,so when i came to kus ,i took about 7 watches to be repaired for one thing or another mostly batteries replaced ,and straps ,also my citizen,went back next day and they were all repaired 25ytl and that was including my gold watch.he is opposite the blue mosque in kus ,in the shopping center on the same street as moons,lovely bloke ,we have since become good freinds. ps so much for british workmanship.
love the sunset Mella, havent got my baby bro to come to Turkey yet as he's a very busy guy, but when he does i think he will do it justice with his camera. This is his web site www.asyouare.co.uk. im not advertising as i think most of it is too personal........he loves his pets!!!!
funny picture! my watch broke when I was in turkey last so I bought a new one from a shop near the grand bazaar, the owner left and told me he was going to put a new battery in it, when he came back i checked and it was working fine. but as soon as id left the shop it stopped working hehe! i went back and complained but he denied me ever buying it there! im now the proud owner of a genuine fake guess watch that doesnt work.
i have a pair of indian ankle chains that i never take off, they are very fancy in design, over time they have become mis-shaped being 22ct. i took them in to be straightend, had to be done by hand!...... cost nothing. For work done like this, you feel that you should be paying something, but NO they would not take anything.