hacknas(or Dominik) is a member from Poland . He has been a member for over 4 years (1504 days).
Hi! I'm 29 years old. I live in Wrocław, the capital of Lower Silesia.
info --> http://www.wroclaw.pl/index.dhtml
My hobbies are:
I listen to different kinds of music and read books (primarily travel and psychological books)
I also have dog - it's Golden retriever puppy, called Tofik
and aquarium plant...
Some of my favorite things are...
- city/country where you live - (especially nigthviews),
- nature (sunset, lakes, waterfalls, forests, seaside, mountains, aurora borealis etc.),
- sky, clouds, rainbow, moon, stars, night views,
- aquarium plant, fish tank (Takashi Amano),
- roller coasters,
- vintage, black/white,
- ships, boats,...
- famous building, panorama street views, old streets
(Statue of Liberty or Time Square if you live in America please)
- wild flowers, lavender field, sunflowers
- cupcakes, sweet, candy, choclate,
- old movie posters,
I´ll be glad, if you write me something interesting about the place you live in, for example, who is famous lives there, something special is known of what your region ...
I like Malta, so if you are from this beautiful island, such a card would be great!! ;)
Please, don't send ad, free, handmade or Christmas cards.
Please add the date to the postcard.
Thank you for your postcards.
Expired Postcards: (I hate when this happens):
PL-624227 to "pewt" in Netherlands
PL-605965 to "quiet" in China
PL-474678 to "Fridzon" in Russia
PL-299078 to "Fiona_G" in China
PL-262274 to "SharonEZ" in Canada
PL-197342 to "Merries" in Taiwan (No response to PM)
Wondering why the card was sent from Germany?
Here is why:
On January 1, 2013, the Polish post service (Poczta Polska) is going to almost double the postage! Post Offices have already been sent the new price list which will come into effect on the date mentioned above. According to the new price list, the economy postage for a postcard in Europe will increase from 2,40 zloty to 4,60 zloty. The rise amounts to 90%! The priority postage will rise a few dozen too (66% in Europe).
The rise will strike at these people for whom the postal service was created - the lovers of traditional post. It will also strike at us – postcrossers.
It is important for us to attract to this problem the attention of mass media. Although there are almost 20 thousand Polish postcrossers, we are afraid that our voice may be too weak to reach the people who make such adverse for clients decisions. We hope that publicizing such unfavorable actions made by Poczta Polska will bring about the desired effect – the respect for people thanks to whom Poczta Polska exists.