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geminiscp, Portugal


(or Paula) is a member in Portugal . She has been a member for over 10 years (3,916 days).
3,048 sent 3,070 received

  • Distance sent: 8,796,613 miles
  • Last seen: about 13 hours ago
  • Website:
  • Languages: portuguese, english, french - a bit, bit, bit of Deutsch : )
  • Birthday: 12th June 1974 (43 years old)
  • Interested in direct swaps: No Click to learn more about direct swaps
  • Paula is a Postcrossing Supporter
  • Paula is a Postcrossing Ambassador What is a Postcrossing ambassador?
  • 9th on most postcards sent from Portugal
  • 10th on longest distance sent from Portugal
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Lat: 38.83, Lon: -9.17 | Google Maps

About Paula...

Hi! :) I live near Lisbon, our capital city and I work for an insurance co. I love animals (I have a dog and a cat), gardening, reading (books, books, books), cross stitching, watch TV, go to the cinema and many other things (wish the day had 48 hours...). Geocaching is my last hobby and I love it! :) But most of my free time is spent with PostCrossing... I'm absolutely addicted! :D

I collect cards from UNESCO World Heritage places - A hobby I discovered with PostCrossing. My missing list:

Another collection I treasure is european castles. I've always been crazy about castles but the list is so long! Every trip I make is thought around the idea of visiting a castle or 2. The cards I have so far:

My first collection is dedicated to lovely foxes: It all started with the card that is now my avatar. :)

From many collections I started with Postcrossing, the lastest is lighthouses. Small collection but a pretty one! :)

I'm waiting for your surprise!!! :) ❤✉❤

Please try to send stamps on the card you send me instead of post office strips. Thanks! :)