Cactus1

Cactus1, Belarus
  • country Belarus
  • Member since Joined 7th Sep., 2013
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  • icon 8th November 1996
    (24 years old)

About Tatiana...

Hello! My name is Tatiana. I'm 18 years old, but I can say that I'm still a little girl at heart :) I live in the capital of Belarus in Minsk. I love my country and hometown and I'm proud to be a Belarusian. I'm studying at 'Linguistic college' and my future profession is called the organizer of social and cultural activities.

I'm interested in Latin America's culture, cooking, music, books, postcrossing, foreigh languages, friends, family. I'm a theatregoer and I love opera most of all. I love traveling and I have already been to Germany, Russia, Czech Republic, Italy, Lithuania(2 times), Poland(2 times) and Ukraine(3 times). My dream is to move to Spanish-speaking country. My favourite music band is RED. I listen to almost all kinds of music.

I will be glad to receive:
★ Cards with nature (fire, water, mountains, waterfalls and so on);
★ Cards with turtles, kangaroos and peacocks. I LOVE THEM SOOO MUCH!;
★ Cards with books, magazines, newspapers, letters, envelopes;
★ Cards with wedding and beautiful dresses;
★ Cards with the Seven Wonders of the World;
★ Maps: map of your subway, country, city;
★ Your culture: festivals, traditional clothes, alphabet;
★ Cards with a picture of the national cuisine of your country (+ the recipe);
★ Cards with the picture of the ice-cream;
★ My favorite flowers are lilies. So I will be glad to receive postcards with the picture of these wonderful flowers;

If you look through my "favorites", you'll understand better what I like and what kind of cards I'd be happy to receive.

In fact, I'll be glad to any of your postcard. In the card you can write a few words about yourself, your interests and your life.

* If you send me a card in envelope I will be so happy if you put something in it from your country, like a teabag, a football/hockey/etc. match ticket, a cut from a newspaper, bus/museum ticket or anything you like!

Happy Postcrossing! ;)

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