SeniaTarraco, Spain


(or Keta) is a member in Spain . She has been a member for over 3 years (1,152 days).
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  • Distance sent: 1,028,033 miles
  • Last seen: about 13 hours ago
  • Languages: Spanish, French, English, Basque, Catalan, Esperanto, Portuguese, German (a little)
  • Birthday: 30th August
  • Interested in direct swaps: Yes Click to learn more about direct swaps
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Lat: 43.26, Lon: -2.93 | Google Maps

About Keta...

Kaixo! = Hello! (in Basque).

Your postcard will colour the entrance hall of my flat, in a 200-year building of the Old Quarter of Bilbao. In fact, I'm an historian... but not an historical ruin!
I hate garden dwarfs (sorry if you have one) and bullfights (no sorry at all).
I enjoy tetris, funky, dancing vallenato (badly, I'm afraid) when I have to deal with something difficult, trekking, come trouble, cooking (and yummy eating), Gum Ball, Duck Tales, Glove Puppetry, Gravity Falls, Bob's Burgers (but only my burger recipes), Adventure Time and adventures -as life is when we want it to be-, amazing illustrations and mostly... FRIENDSHIP.
I wouldn't like to cut the wings of your imagination; therefore, I don't make any special demands. Moreover, I decided not to mark any postcard as favourite, because it could bias your choice. But, if possible, avoid ADs.
If possible, write a sentence and/or my personal name (Keta) in your native language/writing.

I LOVE surprises: any kind of image and message on your postcard will be welcome and make me happy. I'll enjoy to look through the window that your postcard will open in my life ;D

Please, swappers, be patient with me. I'm a romaaantic woman who loves to find a non-announced sending in her letterbox- and thinks that everybody does the same ;)

Eskerrik asko, postaltrukatzailea. Bizitza zoragarria eta zoriontsua izan! (in Basque) = Thank you, postcrosser. Have a wonderful, happy life!