Hi everyone !
My name is Corinne (Veisy is my surname!), I'm French, from a little village in the Alps called "Samoëns" but I’ve been living in the Czech Republic for 14 years now.
I'll move back to France this summer, before moving again in Spain this autumn :) That's why you'll still get Czech stamps for a few weeks:)
I also worked in Kenya and Morocco.
I’m currently teaching French as a Foreign Language.
I love travelling, discovering new places & new countries and reading as much as I can. I like origami, paper decoration and handmade gifts. I also like mountains and nature, downhill skiing and watching the snow falling while sipping a hot chocolate or a good black tea near a fireplace (good company is a plus !).
My dream would be to go to Japan to see how tradition and modernity can live together, to improve my "origami style", and to bring back lots of washi tapes and cute stickers.
My favourite food is tabbouleh. The most beautiful countries I've been to are Iceland, Bolivia and Ethiopia and I hate rainy days.
I love postcards with historical buildings that are significant for the city, with local important figures, some natural parks, natural curiosities or strange-shaped cards. But of course, you can send me any postcard you like :) I also like the postcards from "Pickmotion".
If you're running out of ideas about what to write, you can explain why you chose that card, how your heard about Postcrossing, the last city or country you've been to, the strangest thing you've ever eaten (I ate crocodile, zebra, snails, crickets), what kind of strange habit you have (I'm always sleeping with socks !) or trying to answer to that difficult question: where are all the expired cards ?!?
Could you please write the date when you sent the postcard, the weather, and "hello" in your language ? Thanks ;)
I've struggled many times while trying to read the card ID, so please, could you write it legibly, or write it twice ?
And one last thing: if your profile is empty or if it consists only in a wish list, you'll unfortunately receive an empty postcard :)
Have a lovely day !
P.S.: The Czech Post office increased the prices of stamps on March. 1st, 2019 :-(
Now it is 0,75€ for the Czech Republic, 1,52€for Europe and 1,75€ for the rest of the world :-(
Updated: May, 16th, 2020