Jazz1684, Netherlands
  • country Netherlands
  • Member since Joined 8th Mar., 2015
  • icon Seen about 1 month ago

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  • icon Dutch & English
  • icon she/her
  • icon 1st June 1984
    (37 years old)

About Jazz...

Dear Postcrosser,

My name is Jessica..
Welcome to my Postcrossing page. Nice that you were chosen to send me a postcard. Because say it yourself, real post is so much more fun than social media. Despite the fact that social media is easy in many things and you can easily and quickly maintain your contacts all over the world. Is a real postcard by post with a stamp worth so much more. It makes me so happy to read the little stories on the back of the postcard.

I hope you enjoy it as much as any other Postcrosser in the world.

Let's wish each other a lot of love, happiness & health.. And that we can have a lot of fun sending mail to each other.

Enjoy your day! Make it beautiful and remember the world is a lot duller without you.. 🥳

Nice to know:
I got married in 2015 on this beautiful date 15-05-2015 with the love of my life! 💍 Together we have two Mainecoons Zatox & Yuna 🐈🐈. And I work in healthcare as a Nurturing IG..

The last years I have been travelling to: 🌍✈📍
La Roche-en-Ardennen, Stavelot, Gembes & Bastogne (the Ardennes)
Cape Town
Vendée (France)

As my friends are on holiday they bring for me postcards as a souvenir. So that I can use this for postcrossing. So basically I send sometimes souvenirs on to the Postcrossers. For example the postcards of New York & the Dominican Republic. This you can see at the cards I've sent!
Also you will find there the postcards of the places I've visited while I was traveling.


Jessica 💌

Something about the dutch postal system:
Most adresses in The Netherlands contain the name of a road or a street, followed by a number. The number is pointing out the house. If the number is followed by a letter there is mostly
1. more apartments in a block/flat, or
2. there's houses in a street that have been built in between other houses that were already there before.
Postal numbers in The Netherlands have four digits and two letters, narrowing in your location. The first two numbers give the postal region, the third and fourth number narrow it down to the village or part of the city one lives in. The letters, at last, narrow it down to the street and to a certain block of houses/apartments.
The combination of postal code and the number (eventually follwed by the letter) of the house/apartment is unique!

Thank you Electricmum from The Netherlands for this AWESOME idea! ❤

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