anuta_by(or Ania) is a member from Belarus . She has been a member for over 2 years (1005 days).
Hi all, I'm Ania from Belarus:)
Travelling is my greatest passion. I had a chance to travel a lot and make friends with people from different countries while I was doing my MA in Lithuania. Now I'm back home and work as a business analyst in a Canadian-Belarusian IT company. I decided to start postcrossing to see new places and get to know new people :) I've got a travel bug and travelling is just something I can't live without.
I'm dreaming about writing for a travel magazine one day and sharing my travel experience with readers. Hopefully, one day I could say that I've been to all countries of the world :)
About postcards I like :) I'm not really picky and would be happy to receive any postcard but if you want to find something special for me that could be:
* landscapes (especially mountains)
* water (oceans, seas, rivers, lakes, waterfalls)
* lighthouses (especially lighthouses at night)
* sights and views (night views as well) of the place you are from
* something that represents your culture (clothes, shoes, food - whatever)
* animals (prefer dogs, puppies:))
* piglets - because I collect clay piglets and my friends started to send me postcards with pigs and piglets on different occasions:)
* postcards with some sayings, aphorisms or just thoughts.
I've got a postcard from Ray from Taiwan on which she wrote her favourite songs she picked for me. I liked this idea so it would be great if you could also share your favourite music with me. Just write the title and performer and I'll listen to it on youtube.
P.S. To Lithuanian speaking postcrossers: Jei rašote iš Lietuvos, man būtų malonu gauti atviruką, užrašytą lietuviškai - aš pakankamai gerai suprantu lietuvių kalbą:)
To Spanish speaking postcrossers: Me gustaría mucho recibir postales en español, lo entiendo bastante bien:)
To Ukranian postcrossers: it would be great if you write in Ukranian. My boyfriend is Ukranian but lives and works in Minsk, and he will be definitely happy to read something written in his native language. I understand the language quite good too, btw :)