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Top 5 Gifts for Friends Moving Abroad
If your friend is moving house in Radcliffe then you might want to get them a gift; but the question is: what kind of gift is suitable for your friends who are moving thousands of miles away? By using this guide you will be sure to find something to suit any friend, no matter your budget.
1: No Budget
If you’re really strapped for cash you could make them a scrapbook of your time together. Collect ticket stubs, photographs, articles you both enjoyed and stick them in any old notebook. You could add important dates (the day you were introduced, the day you went to a concert) or quotes you think are suitable. If you’re artistic you could draw them a portrait or dedicate them a poem. It doesn’t have to be a Picasso or a Plath; they will like the sentiment.
2: Low Budget
Make them a Radcliffe Moving Survival Kit. This could be for the day of the actual move itself or for the weeks after. For the Moving Day (or the flight) you will need a cheap cosmetic bag or pencil case; fill it with essentials like painkiller tablets, a pen, lollipops or boiled sweets (for the air pressure on takeoff/landing)hand-wipes, ear plugs, breath mints ; maybe even a crossword puzzle book or 2nd hand paperback to pass the time.
You could include things they might miss; foods you can’t get in the country they’re moving to. HP sauce sachets or packets of biscuits for example.
3: Medium Budget
A great idea, if you have a little more money, would be to get them a personalised keyring. There are lots of companies who will take a picture and turn it into a keyring for between £5 and £15. You could include a picture of them on one side, yourself on the other; two pictures of the both of you together or pictures of places that mean something to the both of you. You could even get one for yourself too. This way every time you get your keys you think of them and remind yourself to get in touch.
4: Higher Budget
For around £30 you can purchase a digital picture frame. Load it up with pictures of yourself with your friend, places you visited together, your mutual friends, places in your home country that you think they will want to remember. It will be a conversation starter for new friends and another reminder of your time together.
5: Blow the Budget
If you have a lot of money to spend on your friend, a really useful moving gift would be a Travel Money Card loaded with the currency of their new country. Lots of institutions provide these cards with a low interest rate. The amount depends on how much you have to spend, but if you could give them the equivalent of £100 or £200 it would make their first few days much easier. That way they wouldn’t need to worry about money whilst they’re busy unpacking or travelling to their destination; their first meal in their new country of residence would be on you!
A nice (and free) thing to do for an expat friend is to email them regularly. You could also send them an Arrival Email or Arrival Letter, which is waiting for them when they arrive. Moving can be stressful and it would help to calm them down and let them know that they are not alone. If you’re very close you could also send them a small gift to their new address; flowers are a good idea as are chocolates. Everyone loves chocolates.