Good day to everyone. Happy Friday to everyone, and many more prayers for your future prosperity. Another Friday, another Market Friday article, where I used to go to enjoy the day by buying shoes and eating street food. The location is next to the Global Centre, Quetta's most well-known shopping mall. Three days are known for family shopping, while the remaining four days are available to everyone.
This is another section of the Millenium Mall where I do the most of my shopping because they have the highest quality and the best prices, such as when we went shopping and got up to 50% off. The excellent thing about this market is that it has a large throng of consumers at night who are busy buying necessities and enjoying various and cultural foods.
We went to the market in the afternoon, when there are fewer people and the market vendors are busy having their lunch. Anyway, because I had some free time, I decided to go to the store and buy some shoes and other necessities. My wife and little daughter were with me, while my oldest daughter was visiting her grandmother.
As I enter the market, I notice a great label with a 50% discount from NDURE, one of the best and most well-known shoe businesses in my city. When compared to other brands, they deliver the highest quality, softest, and most affordable shoes. When I saw this discounted deal from NDURE, I thought it would be the best moment to buy some shoes.
On the second floor of the market, I discovered the biggest shoe store. The picture shows the stunning and roomy store, which offers a wide selection of shoes. I got interested in the store and decided to look at some shoes when I saw a clear SALE sign hanging outside. Numerous types of shoes were available, including sports shoes, wedding shoes, jogging shoes, fashion shoes, point shoes, Hush Puppies, chappals, and women's sandals, among others.
The wonderful part about the shop that I loved was that it was really clean and had more bright lights. The business was properly decked with shoes, attracting clients from a long distance. The merchant was extremely nice and smooth talking, so I knew I'd buy from them. It was also my good luck that I got 50% off the original price.
I chose two sneakers from the same company and form but in different colours. One was for me, and the other was for one of my relatives to give him as a gift. The shoes on the floor are my pick, and they are brown and dark grey in colour. After selecting these shoes, I sought advice from my wife, who agreed with my selection, and I purchased this shoe for 2000 PKR, which is approximately $9.
The original price of this shoe was 4000, which is equivalent to $18, but the 50% off helped me a lot financially, and I did purchase at a lower price. There were many different types of shoes, which made it difficult for me to choose the ideal one. However, I decided that shoes without shoe laces would be preferable because they would save me time while wearing and dropping off.
There are some images from the market as well as from inside the shop, where you can see a range of shoes. My young daughter was also enjoying the market lightings while waiting for her father to buy the shoe. You can see the small cute girl sitting on her mother's lap, waiting for my shopping to be finished. They became fatigued and sat down on the bench since I took my time choosing the right sneaker.
After finishing our shopping, we decided to have some street cultural cuisines, as seen by the street food booths selling quick food, ice cream, and various ice liquids. They have numerous sweets for children and other traditional dishes that are delicious, but the one thing I despise about them is that they sell food at exorbitant prices. That is the double price from other locations, for example, if Golgappay meal costs $1, they sell the same food for $2.
These are some photos from Market Friday, where I presented images from various moments and areas of the market. I hope you enjoy the photography as well as the lovely and enormous cultural market. I hope you like the read as much as I did. If you like the post, please leave feedback in the comments section so that the next one is even better. Thank you for sticking with me until the end.