When we talk about long trips, the first concern is in how to keep in touch with family and close friends. We miss them a lot but nowadays there are so many tools available that help us shorten the distance. Skype, Facebook, WhatsApp are just a few classic examples. We’re going now to talk about another brilliant way to stay in touch with our loved ones: postcards.
Another option which we consider very interesting is postcards. Imagine how cool it would be if you receive a postcard from every city your best friend visited! Or imagine your parents receiving a postcard from all the cities you’ve been to? Is it not great? 😀
Thinking about this different hobby, a website has been created that allows you to exchange postcards with people anywhere in the world. Here we present the Postcrossing.
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I, Carol, have been a member for years and have received MANY postcards, some of them from Russia, Germany, the United States, Canada, Finland, Portugal, China, Ukraine, the Czech Republic, the Netherlands, France and so on.
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Try it out & Happy Postcrossing!
Besides sending postcards to my friends and family, I also collect them. Everywhere I go I buy at least 3 postcards. Do you collect something from your trips? Did you like the idea of sending postcards to other? We’d love to know! ♥
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