Here are six more postcards that I received through Postcrossing this past week. As soon as I save up some money and some vacation time, I’m going to have to start traveling again. Maybe to help me decide where to go first, I’ll put all of the postcards I’ve received in a big basket, close my eyes, and pluck one out. That would make traveling pretty interesting. Hrm, I can so see that being a premise of a Discovery or Travel Channel show. I’d watch it.
I felt pretty special to get this one from Hong Kong. There are only 68 users there, and I’m sure they are all not active. I loved the architecture of the buildings in China, especially in Hong Kong.
If someone could please translate this for me, I would greatly appreciate it. I was only able to recognize a few of the characters.
I really want to visit Germany at least once before I die. My ancestors came over on a boat in 1854.
I’m convinced that all Germans write their 1′s like little upside down V’s. How wicked. Not wicked in a bad way, wicked in an interesting way.
This is the first panoramic postcard that I’ve received. I really like the colors in it.
If I ever need to be inspired one day, I’ll just pull this postcard out and give it a read.
This is the first postcard that I’ve received from Lithuania. Seems like an interesting place.
It sure took a lot of stamps to send the postcard to me. I wonder how hard it would be to learn Lithuanian. It doesn’t look particularly easy.
Never been to New Hampshire, but I would like to travel north one day – only in the summer though. I can’t stand cold weather. I’d rather be hot and melting than cold and frozen.
I sent Audrey a postcard, and she was nice enough to send me one in return. I find it funny that the Post Office let it be sent with the 26 cent stamp, instead of the new 27 cent one.
This one is from Wisconsin, another state I’ve never been able to visit . . . yet.
My first postcard was from a 9 year old boy in Finland. It’s nice to see young people participating in Postcrossing.