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Huari, Germany

Huari

is a member in Germany . Has been a member for over 4 years (1,824 days).
1,252 sent 1,244 received


  • Distance sent: 3,021,059 miles
  • Last seen: 10 months ago
  • Languages: English, German, Spanish, Dutch, French, (ちょっと) 日本語, (basic) Portuguese, (very, very basic) Quechua
  • Interested in direct swaps: No Click to learn more about direct swaps
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Lat: 50.73, Lon: 7.10 | Google Maps

About Huari...


The short version:
Any card will make me happy. Tell me something about where you live. Thank you!

The longer version:
I have no preferences whatsoever regarding postcards, but should you happen to have anything related to archaeology/history/palaeontology at hand (postcard or stamp of excavations, ruins, antique objects, bones, historical documents, maps...) and did not know, yet, whom to send it to... here, me! :-)
I also enjoy the “Fauna of Belarus“ postcards and cards of wild animals from your country in general. Oh, and I have a dark sense of humour and do not mind quirky cards.
But as I said: if you do not have anything like that, do not worry! I will surely like whatever card you choose (even if you might consider it “just another boring view“ of where you live...). Surprise me!

As for messages, everything is welcome from the classic weather report to the story of your life. I would really like to read something in your own handwriting.
Need inspiration? I would love to learn more about other cultures and countries, so perhaps there are some festivities or holidays I should not miss should I ever visit your country? Or any places of interest like buildings, ruins, museums, a particular landscape?
Simply put: tell my why I should visit your country. Or, if you need a challenge, tell me why I should not!

Or tell me about bicycling in your country (I cycle just about every day, all year round). Are there many cyclists where you live or none at all? Any nice (long distance) cycle tracks not to be missed?

Should your native tongue be any of the languages I understand, feel free to use it on your postcard. Did you learn German and want to practice your language skills? Du darfst mir natürlich gerne auf Deutsch schreiben, nur Mut! I see postcrossing as a platform to try out my knowledge of languages (and I do send postcards in German to those who list it in their language section – Du bist gewarnt worden! ;-) ).
If you speak any other language that I have not started learning yet, you can add something in that language, too, if you like. Perhaps you have a word that you like because it sounds good, has a special meaning, or looks good in writing? Feed me words!
I hope I have not overburdened you with what I have written. It is all just a suggestion and nothing you have to follow.

In any case: Thank you very much in advance for brightening up my day with your postcard!

Info voor Nederlands-taalige mensen: Ik heb een Nederlandse cursus gevolgd (volwassen onderwijs in Duitsland voor 2 jaren). Had het willen doen sinds enkele jaren omdat ik Nederlands een mooie taal vind.

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Schreib mir auf Deutsch.
Schrijf op Nederlands.
Escríbeme en español.
Écris-moi en français.
私は日本語を習います。日本語をかいてください。
Estou a aprender português.
...or write to me in English.
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Information for Postcrosser clau-clau: I have not made any changes to this profile since December 12th, 2012. ;-)