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aalatiff, Bahrain

aalatiff

(or Ariffin) is a member in Bahrain . He has been a member for over 8 years (3,157 days).
208 sent 206 received


  • Distance sent: 855,741 miles
  • Last seen: over 3 years ago
  • Languages: English, Malay
  • Interested in direct swaps: No Click to learn more about direct swaps
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  • 4th on most postcards sent from Bahrain
  • 3rd on longest distance sent from Bahrain
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Lat: 26.23, Lon: 50.59 | Google Maps

About Ariffin...


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** 19 March 2010 **

No private swap for the moment; I need to respond to the ones still pending. Also a bit busy with the current project that I'm in now.

If I agree to a direct swap with you but I did not respond, please let me know. I believe I missed a few.

Regards: aalatiff@gmail.com
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I'm a Malaysian working as a project manager for the Bahrain Government. My passion is traveling (have not been able to do so that much now) and photography. I collect stamps too.

Also, I love anything computers and software development (I was a software developer before becoming a project manager).

I like any types of cards, but I prefer single view scenery cards that show cityscape, nature parks, meadows, etc - the ones that show the beauty of a country, the history of its people, and the vibrancy of life there, and these examples come to mind: US New England in fall, Rio with its carnivals, Lake district in the UK, Taj Mahal of India, the old quarters of Havana Cuba, lagoons and solitary islands of the Maldive, the Keys of Florida (US Route 1, South bound), windmills and tulips of the Netherlands, wildlife parks of Africa, Paris the enchanted city, and definitely many others.