Huari

Huari, Germany
  • Country Germany
  • Member since Joined 24th Jun., 2012
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  • icon Not interested in direct swaps
  • icon Deutsch, English, Español, Nederlands, Français, 日本語, Português, Kiswahili, svenska (see below for details)

About Huari...

The short version:
Any card will make me happy! But please write a bit of text. You can tell me something about where you live or about you. Thank you!

The longer version:
Really, I am not fussy when it comes to postcards. A typical touristy card or some typical animal or plant from your area will be absolutely fine. But if you have anything related to archaeology / palaeontology / history at hand and did not yet know whom to send it to... here, me! :-) (That can be postcards of excavations, ruins, antique objects, bones, historical documents, traditions, museums, maps...)
I also have a dark sense of humour and quirky cards are very welcome, too.

If you do not know what to write... well, 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? Any food I should try?
Or is there something I should never do because it is considered rude or is forbidden in your country?
You could also tell me about cycling in your country because I love to ride my bike. Are there many cyclists where you live or are there none at all? Are there any (long distance) cycling paths that I should consider riding on?

And please remember: those are just suggestions, no demands. Whatever card you send is welcome!

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Languages: I love learning languages! I think Postcrossing is a good way to improve language skills (yours or mine), so feel free to write in any of the languages I am listing here (brackets indicate CEFR-levels of my reading skills).
These are the languages I can understand...
...pretty well (C1-C2, i.e. without looking words up): Deutsch, English, Español
...still quite well (B2, i.e. might need a dictionary for a word; it has been a while since I last wrote in these languages): Nederlands, Français
...a little (A1-B1) will use a dictionary to read your message; I am not [yet] able to reply in these languages):(ちょっと)日本語, Português (um pouco), Kiswahili (kidogo), svenska (lite; absolut nybörjare).
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