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Do you bring back presents for anyone when you go away on holidays?

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Yes, I always bring back some presents for family and friends when I go on holidays.

I love buying and I love giving presents so it is a natural thing for me to do though it does take up a lot of time working out what they would like while away.
by Finy
Yes it always gives me pleasure to...give...
by Fran
I don't go abroad, but if I am on holiday visiting family, and I spot something I will buy it as a future birthday or Christmas present. I don't buy 'I've been on holiday, so thought I'd bring you back some local crap' presents though.
Yes! I love bringing home a little something for family and close friends.
Yes it always gives me pleasure to...give...
by Fran
I used to always bring presents back and then I stopped because I think most people could do without the added clutter to their houses
by AJ
Yes!!! Always,even if it is just something really tiny for my neighbours who are always doing so much to help me! I have always been one to GIVE,for no reason other than I love to do so!! I know how incredibly special I feel when someone gives to ME,so surely others will also feel the same way when I give a little gift to them!
If I am going overseas, then yes. Otherwise, who wants local souvenirs ?
by Vee
Depending on what my budget is at the time, I try to.
No. Just small souvenirs. It adds up and the budget is always smallish, so gifts have to be reserved for another occasion.
YES....always.

It's part of the fun of going, isn't it! :)
I do. I think it's a sign you thought about your loved ones while you were away.
Definitely - it's nice to have reminders of special places which you can offer to friends/family, and show that you were thinking of them when you were away.
by Lucy
Generally not. I don't expect presents, and don't want to fill my bag and think about others while I'm away.
Yes, used to do it religiously. Learnt it from my mother. Now we tend to collect christmas and upcoming birthday presents on holidays and give them at the appropriate time explaining where and when we bought them in the year. If someone looks after the house etc whilst we are away or we have people working for us we always buy them a gift and give it to them when back. Used to make our children very excited to return home which was a good ploy for happy returns home and interest in unpacking!!
With three grandchildren, it's a no brainer. Hate that term and have never used it before. First and last time, folks. Promise.
Yes I do that for my friends and family.
Used to.
Don't travel OS anymore!
Generally no. If I went on holiday its because I saved really hard to get there so I'm not really going to be using my spending money to buy gifts. The only exception to this would be something for my little ones or if someone's birthday or xmas is coming up and I saw something they particularly would like but personally i hate dust collecting things so I would not buy someone a trinket for the sake of bring home a present.
No we don't. As all my o/s trips are on cruises, I don't have time to be looking for gilts.1/2 the day is taken up looking for postcards & stamps for our granddaughters. On our last cruise, we did fine them a pc each & stamps at all 13 ports, but what a hassle that was! The 6 pc's we posted from 1 country with 3 islands, all arrived on the same day!
by Miro
Just found this question again! We've recently returned from Singapore & Bali on a non cruise, & we bought the girls a finger spinner each from Singapore, a cotton dress each, matching hair chips, & 1 or 2 other of the same thing, as the youngest 1 loves to have the same as her big sister, at the moment! We hoping to take these down to Melbourne, at the end of Sept', when we visit again.
by Miro
Maybe just a few little things for our grand-daughters, or fridge magnets for my self! On our last cruise for 35 nights, we posted 13 postcards to each of our 2 grand-daughters, from 13 ports, so you can imagine, we didn't get much time to look to the scenery, because 1st we had to find the postcards, then find the postoffice & queue up, & buy the girls a whole lot of different stamps to stick onto the pc's. It all takes time, I can tell you. If we're only going to Melbourne for the week, & I don't find a miniature teapot for my friend who collects them, & collects our mail for us, & picks up our local paper from our driveway, I'll buy her a bunch of flowers to say thank you, when we arrive home.
by Miro
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