This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Hisaronu Shops

I was taking a walk with a friend of mine through the small town of Hisaronu which is in the Fethiye district of Muğla, Turkey last June, only to find some interesting shops there that were selling various copies of major brand goods such as Rolex watches, Bose Bluetooth speakers, Beats headphones, designer clothes and what ever else you could think of.

Along with the ‘Genuine Fake’ products that could be found there, were some shops with very familiar names and logos (although most of them had very slight spelling mistakes).

We found these shops to be highly amusing and I am so glad that I had taken my camera with me at the time to capture these memorable moments.

I hope you enjoy viewing these photographs as much as I enjoyed taking them.

In these shops, you could find any ‘Genuine Fake’ watches or just about any other designer goods that you could think of at hugely discounted prices of what the real merchandise would have originally been if it were really genuine.

Here is the local ‘SPAR’ shop that seems to sell slightly different goods to the one back home in the UK.
The only problem is, I can’t seem to find any groceries anywhere.

I see ‘McDonalds’ have started their new range of ‘McKebabs’.
It’s about time they put some new options on their menu.
I’m Lovin’ It!

‘TK Maxx’ have ventured into the sporting goods line with their very posh, brand new store of which they have renamed to ‘TK Max’.
It’s very nice, don’t you think?

It appears that ‘FatFace’, the clothing and fashion chain is diversifying it’s business into the beauty industry.

I can’t wait to get my hair extensions done there the next time I visit.

Maybe, I’ll get my nails done too!

Can’t find the fashionable clothes that you are looking for?
No problem Arkwright, you can always ‘GGoogle’ it, G-Granville!
I wonder if it is ‘Open All Hours’?

Brothers ‘Barry’ and ‘Paul Chuckle’ have had enough of children’s entertainment, so they have decided to get in to the catering trade instead.

These photographs were taken on my Nikon D5300.

Find my first set of these photo’s in this link:

Find my second set of photo’s here:

This is the last set in this series of Hisaronu shops!

Thank you for looking and enjoy your day.

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