Petre(or Peter) is a member in Netherlands . He has been a member for over 3 years (1,301 days).
First of all: I'll be happy to receive any card from you! I hope i'll receive lots of nice cards!
>>>PLEASE do not write the postcard ID on the right bottom of the card, as the Dutch postal services print their barcode there so the ID will become unreadable. Thanks!<<<
I live in The Hague - The Netherlands. I'm 32 years old and live happy together with my partner. Amongst other things I am interested in beautiful males, LGBT, photography, skylines, vintage, technical/mechanical things, old towns/buildings, trains/trams, beautiful nature sites, close-ups/details, colorful cards, the Red Cross and colorful bright paintings. I do like different stamps but I'm not collecting anything specific, so please use what is suitable for you.
Looking for something to write on the card? Suggestions:
-Offer me a view in your life and tell me what you've been doing just before requesting a card.
-What is your dream for over a year?
-What strange thing makes you happy?
-What famous person would you like to join postcrossing and why?
-Do you volonteer at something? (sports club, church, NGO's etc.)
The cards I'm sending out will normaly not be in an envelope. I'll try to send out cards with something typical Dutch on it or something on your wishlist. Most of the time I use non-standard stamps to send my cards :-). Since my handwriting is bad, the address and basic info about me is printed on a label, so I can be sure you should be able to read it. (If your address is in a different alphabet I will try to print it in that, so the delevery is more speditious.)
Since Postcrossing added the 'travel mode' I plan on using it on my next holidays, so not all cards I'm sending out wil originate from The Netherlands! I will send the card from the country the ID is from.
I’m starting with Bonaire (BQ) in May 2018 :-).
RU-3934548 - received 17-03-2017 - I can not register your card because it was sent in 2015 (to long ago).
Something extra for the statistics lovers: My expired cards count:
2015: 6; 2016: 11; 2017: 17; 2018: 1