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Well, in abscence of Ian, let's ask the community.

The next week a colleague of me is coming from Ireland to have some meetings here.

What would you suggest as a small informal gift for him to make?


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Something that represents Israel that he might not be able to get in Ireland. I gave maple syrup to some colleagues visiting from the Phillipines, it was a pretty big hit. I also introduced them to Poutine.


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If it is his first trip to Israel, maybe he will do some sight seeing? Print him a model of a famous building that you will take him to see? Maybe the Tel Aviv Museum or the YMCA in Jerusalem. :)


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OK, Skint and TinyDancer - thanks for the suggestions!

Eventually, I gave the guy printed owl from the thingiverse with the logo of our department on side and the guy's name printed on a plate hanging on the owl. The WOW! effect was fully achieved. :) Happy.


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