Schnappi, Belarus
  • Country Belarus
  • Member since Joined 8th Apr., 2011
  • icon Seen about 3 hours ago

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  • icon Interested in direct swaps
  • icon English, Russian, Belarusian, a little Spanish
  • icon Female
  • icon 30th June 1995
    (24 years old)

About Marina...

Hello fellow postcrosser!

I'm a girl living life in Belarus. I love yoga and drawing, travelling and watching football. I have a welsh corgi cardigan named Paddy.

I think, postcrossing is a wonderful way to have connections with all places of the world. So I love receiving beautiful touristic cards from you. If you are from a "rare" country, a touristic card is the best choice! My favourite are single-view natural landcapes.

If you want to make me really glad, here are some types of cards I especially enjoy:
-tulips! And poppies
-majestic nature of your homeland. Especially valleys! And fields, vasts, mountains, volcanoes, waterfalls...
-street photos! Just random photos depicting everyday life of citizens and towns
-maximum cards (card, stamp and postmark are similar, example -
-aurora borealis
-aerial views
-Mediterranean tile
-dogs, seals and other animals, cute or majestic (photos)
-René Magritte
-football (soccer) (players, clubs, stadiums)
-stylish graphic design: patterns, vector illustration, Lantern press, Anderson design group
-culture of your country
-something important to you, tell why (but no politics, please)
-something just beautiful

And some very specific things you might happen to have - I'll be happy to receive them:
-cardigan welsh corgi card
-Linkin Park card
-"message in a bottle"

There's a personality behind every postcard. I love the text you write to me, so the less free space on the card, the happier I am. If you are out of ideas, let's play a game: write 4 facts about you which are true and 1 which is a lie, and I'm going to figure it out :)
My 5 facts, which one is fake?:)
-I can't ride a bicycle
-I can't swim
-I don't wear black clothes
-I'm allergic to cats
-I haven't watched Titanic

Please put the date on the postcard.
Please write your name clearly so that I could thank you.

Totally open for private swaps.

I'm learning Spanish, so wrighting in this language is extremely welcome.

Happy postcrossing!

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