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Hawwa, Morocco


(or Eva) is a member in Morocco Morocco. She has been a member for over 8 years (2,968 days).
756 sent 756 received

  • Distance sent: 2,117,824 miles
  • Last seen: 12 days ago
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  • Languages: Catalan, English, French, عربية, Spanish, Portuguese
  • Interested in direct swaps: No Click to learn more about direct swaps
  • 2nd on most postcards sent from Morocco
  • 2nd on longest distance sent from Morocco
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Lat: 35.58, Lon: -5.37 | Google Maps

About Eva...

Dear postcrosser,

I'm a 40 years old woman. I came from Spain to Morocco with my husband in August 2012. We are still discovering the country, which is quite an adventure. Postal service here is slow, so please don't worry if I register you postcard with a certain delay.

I'm looking forward to seeing what you would like to show about the place you live in (I prefer single views, if possible). I'd like to receive normal touristy cards like:
-Pictures of buildings like temples, universities, libraries, palaces, railway stations, airports, cloisters, lighthouses, windmills...
-Natural parks, gardens... (I am not especially fond of postcards with animals)
-Maps and symbols of your country
-Food from your country
-Anything related to your culture or language

More subjects that will also make me happy:
-Postcards related to the Arabic world (calligraphy, Arabic language, people...)
-Knitting (and Sheep)
-"The Wizard of Oz" (
-"Alice's Adventures in Wonderland"
-Illustrators: Quentin Blake, Dick Bruna, Quint Buchholz, Charley Harper, Inge Löök, Fiep Westendorp, Martin Wiscombe...
-Writers: Jane Austen, Roald Dahl, Charles Dickens, William Shakespeare...
-Postcards from my favourites wall

Of course these are just suggestions, in case you don't know what to send. I will be happy with any postcard sent with care.

Nice stamps will be truly appreciate, if you can get them. And please: do write something on the card, about yourself, your daily life, your tastes or about the card you are sending.

I love all kind of creative snail mail: