[Update September 22th, 2021]
Ia orana, Manava e maeva ! (Salutations and Welcome in Tahitian language)
I joined the Postcrossing project because I liked the idea of sending to and receiving a postcard from a random postcrosser from somewhere in the world.
I'm Maire from the South Seas, born in beautiful BORA BORA Island and living in TAHITI in the Pacific ocean (please, do not confuse with HAITI in the Atlantic ocean). Tahiti is the largest island of French Polynesia which is consisted of 5 archipelagos and a little more than 116 islands and atolls scattered on a surface as large as Europe ...
Due to the global Covid-19 pandemic, it has been very difficult to send postcards from my island ... Hurray, our borders are opened again!
For the good news, we people can now receive letters, cards and parcels, mostly from European countries with delay however … But every card I received from you has brightened up my days. Thanks to you all.
And I am always very happy to send one to you if by chance I get your addresses!! I sincerely hope that this card chosen especially for you will give you great pleasure (at least make you smile or bring you warmth).
Stay safe everyone and don't forget: social distancing (scuba diving and line dancing) may save lives! Wash your hands! :)
NB1. I only register the cards I receive. If yours isn't, it is probably because it has not made its way to my mailbox yet! Actually, I received a few cards written in February or March (6 or 7 months after you sent them to me). So be patient, if not registered ...
NB2. It would be very nice if you can upload your card. I usually do it before sending mine's.
NB3. NO SWAP - Do not ask for direct swap, nor penpalling. I will not answer. Out of the 20 members registered in French Polynesia, in fact we are only 3-5 active members ... So it will be very difficult to answer to all your requests.
NB4. Pour les francophones, je serais ravie bien sûr de vous lire en français. ❤️
Expired cards in 2021: Germany 1; Russia 1;
Expired cards in 2020: Cezchia 1; Russia 1; Switzerland 1
Expired cards in 2019: China 1; Germany 1; Russia 2
Expired cards in 2018: China 2; Germany 1; India 1; Poland 1; Turkey 1