Ines1980, Germany
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About Ines...

Hi. My name is Ines, I'm married and I live in Bayreuth, a small town in Bavaria, Germany. My town is famous for the classical composer Richard Wagner and lots of buildings and events attract thousands of tourists to come to Bayreuth every year.

I am a teacher for languages (English, French and Spanish) in a local grammar school. I spend a lot of time with my four cats (all from animal shelters), and I have my own horse, Hullabaloo. She lives outside in a big herd throughout the year, appropriately to the species. You can see us together in the avatar. I have always had cats, I can't imagine living without them and having a horse not only means some work, but also so much fun, especially when riding through the forests or along the fields.

Furthermore I like travelling and exploring new countries. I am a great fan of the British alternative rock band Muse and I listen to their music or go to their concerts whenever I can. I travel a lot with pupils or my husband and I send postcards from all places I visit.

I always try to find suitable postcards to fulfill every recipients' wishes, I hope that you will do the same for me...

I am looking forward to receiving lots of postcards from different places, especially I prefer TOURISTIC POSTCARDS or MAP CARDS, modern city views and beautiful landscapes (photographs with the name of the place written on the front side would be great). I stick all city view postcards to an empty wall in my house. I also enjoy postcards from the POSTALLOVE series.

If you are from the USA, I would love to receive a MAP POSTCARD with the name of your state on it.

Furthermore I like KEEP CALM postcards.

I hope to hear from you soon. Happy postcrossing!

P.S.: If you are looking for a penpal from Germany, just leave me a message and your address on the postcard.

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