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My son and several of his class mates are traveling to Greece and Turkey they would love to meet other teens. they will arrive late December. Beside the customary tip are there trinkets/candies from the U.S. that their hosts or teens they meet might enjoy? Also what are some food souvenirs he can bring back for family we are all great cooks.
Are there high school for teens with high functioning autism or Aspergers Syndrome?

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