Expats. Gifts for Home
Calling all Expats, do you want to send meaningful gifts to those at home.
What does Expat mean?
The word Expat is an abbreviation of two Greek words, “ex”, meaning out of and “patria”, meaning fatherland.
What is an Expat?
An Expat is somebody who lives away from their place of birth or nationality, native country temporarily or permanently. The term has no actual legal status. However, it is rarely used in connection with people seeking asylum or permanent migrants.
Often used to describe people working overseas on long or short-term contracts but who intend to return home at some undetermined point. Or associated with retirees who moved abroad to experience an alternative lifestyle.
Expat or migrant?
There is a subtle difference between ex-pat and migrant. Somebody who refers to themselves as a migrant will often integrate more with local cultures and communities whilst ex-pats often set up and live independently in communities.
What are the best counties for Expats?
It’s hard to define what makes a country the “best” place to live. Let’s look at top choices: China, Thailand, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, Australia, Singapore, South Korea and Spain. Chosen for better financial numeration, a sunnier climate, a taste of alternative life or love are all reasons why the U.K., 22.000 Expats are scattered globally.
Calling all Expats, do you want to send gifts to those at home?
Look no further. Walnut Tree can send gifts of the best edible food to anywhere in the U.K. We have a wide range of those hard-to-find delicacies, marron glace, glace fruit, marzipan fruit, chocolate covered brazil nuts. To name a few of our specialities. But don’t take my word for it; check us out at www.walnut.gifts or via amazon who deliver prime gifts within 24 hours.
So, if you’ve been an ex-pat for many years or have recently realised, due to COVID, that you can combine your thirst for travel and work remotely, Walnut Tree has gifts that will keep you connected to those at home. Send a monthly food gift and ensure that you are constantly connected and never forgotten. And even though you are not physically in the U.K., you will remain everyone’s favourite child, relative or friend.