Vintly, Russia
  • Country Russia
  • Member since Joined 13th Mar., 2016
  • icon Seen 2 days ago

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  • icon Not interested in direct swaps
  • icon Russian, English
  • icon Female
  • icon 12th February

About Olga...

<<<<< Dear postcrossers! I received an absolutely amazing Christmas letter from Baby Jesus (post from Christkind 51777 Engelskirchen), with postcards in an envelope and paper Angel craft instructions. Unfortunately there is no ID number on the letter. Please contact me to tell me the ID, thanks! >>>>>

Hello! My name is Olga, I was born and raised in Moscow. I like to communicate with different people. The Internet offers amazing opportunities to get to know people from different parts of the world. Postcrossing is a wonderful idea to send each other these "live" cards.
If you don't know what to send me, here are several types of cards, which I would be happy to receive:
*traditional (typical) houses of your country
*photos of tigers and horses
*sights and natural beauty of your homeland
*postcards depicting national dishes or food recipes
*card with the symbol of your country or the city
*the TV series "Friends"

Tell me about your profession or hobby, about your favorite book (I love reading very much), about your family, about your favorite holiday. Maybe you can write me recipe of your favourite dish?

Dear postcrossers, please write your name on the card legibly, someone else's italics is beyond my strength.

I will be glad to any postcards. The most important thing is Hello from another distant person :)
I always post the image of the received cards, so you can not worry if you suddenly forgot to do it.

Dear postcrossers, I will be very grateful if someone could send me an international reply coupon (IRC) with the postcard in an envelope. In Russia, the postal service does not release them, and I do not know how to get it. I need only 1 :)

P.S. forgive my curiosity, but when I receive your address I look at it on Google maps, it is amazing to know where I am sending the postcard!

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