I don’t know about you, but it my part of the world, any trips made anywhere in the world is never complete without stashing loads of souvenir items for family and friends back home. These souvenir items may range from postcards or world-famous food and products found only in that part of the world, they may even be key chains or stainless steel rings engraved with the name of the place or town where it came from. The souvenir item is really immaterial and irrelevant, back home, what actually counts is the idea that you were thinking of that specific person, even while you are away on vacation, that you even brought him or her a present when you return.
The expensive and worthwhile habit of traveling has spawned other hobbies for enthusiasts, including photography, and postcard, stamp and coin collecting. Nowadays, travelers will not only hunt for beautiful landmarks and tourist spots to visit and photograph, but will also look out of the best places to get their souvenirs from ~ postcards they will be sending to their postcrossing friends, or rare local stamps they will be swapping with fellow philatelists and obscure places to buy gold coins that they are sure their numismatist friends will adore. These hobbies are loved even by non-travelers, since even without leaving your hometown you can easily look for people to swap these treasures with using the internet and other forms of media.
Your vacation is about to end and now you’re frantically thinking about souvenirs that you can give to your friends and special one. What would it be this time? There are many souvenir items to buy, they’re all cute. But the problem is how to carry bulky stuff. They couldn’t possibly fit in you backpack and you might pay extra charges at the airport for the luggage. Do you have any idea what to give them instead? A very creative friend wrote about giving postcards. Postcards are normally sent from where you are staying. So if you are in Boracay now, you can send your boyfriend some love and your friends too by giving them scenic postcards from the Boracay Island. I’m sure they’ll be glad to receive those lovely postcards from you.