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Welcome to delicious Destinations, a GourmetStation blog. Through the charater of T.Alexander and occasional real-life guests, our aim is to share with you light-hearted fun ideas about food, gift giving, entertaining and culture. At the same time we would love you hear from you. Please share your experiences from home or abroad.

Saying Thank You With Food Gifts

Posted: October 23, 2005
by: T.Alexander

Thank you is universal. Why? Because we all need each other. Sometimes when you least expect it, the least likely person will do something wonderful for you. Ah, the beauty of humanity. It feels good, doesn’t it? We want to experience it again, and we want to give that gift back to others. That’s why we say Thank You….in word & gift.

Saying Thank You is natural. Giving food as a Thank You Gift is natural. Think about it. Sharing the very thing that guarantees our existence is a powerful gesture. There are many gourmet food gift suppliers for you to choose from. GourmetStation believes we have the edge on heart. A little of ours goes out with each & ever order filled. Thank you for reading our blog!

Enjoy these sample translations of Thank You. We thank Jennifer at Jennifer’s Language Site for her hard work in gathering these translations: Globe

Albania, Yugoslavia - Ju falem nderit
Alaska - Qaqaasakuq

Ethiopia, Israel, Egypt - Amesegunalhun

Morocco - Barak llahu fik

Bali - Matu suksama

Bosnia and Hercegovina - Hvala

Northern Pakistan- Juu na

Cantonese - Doh je

Netherlands, Belgium - Dank u

Egyptian - Dua Netjer en ek

Finland - Kiitti

Northern Italy - Graciis

German - Danke schön

Greek  - Efcharisto

Hawaiian  - Mahalo nui loa

Hebrew - Toda raba

Iceland - Takk

Nigeria - Dalu

Inuktitut (Canada) - Mutna

Japan - Arigato

Korea - Komapsumnida

Spain - Munchas gracias

Portugal - Obrigada

Scotland - Tapadh leat

Shanghai China - Sha ja non

Spain - Gracias

Sweden, Finland - Tack

Vietnam - Day fon

Turkey, Northern Cyprus -  Mersi

Vietnam - Cám ón

Wales - Diolch yn fawr

Zulu - Ngiyabonga

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