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I'm a stamp collector and I would appreciate if you could use any recent (commemorative) stamps on your sent postcards, not inside an envelope - if you don't know what this means, simply the colorful and unique (2016 or 2017) issued stamps. Russian PC - not the sticker Kremlin stamp. Dutch PC - not the white windmill stamp. The rest of the world, hopefully not just the head of your queens or numeric stamps :)
I always try to accommodate postcard requests, and hope you would do the same for me.
Special note for Belarussian Postcrossers - I will be visiting your country's capital in November! Could you please tell me some recommendation on what to do in Minsk? What restaurants or cafes or food or drink do I need to try? Any pubs/bars/hidden hang out places to check out? Any unique things to do? Which unique hostel/hotel should I stay? Anything you want to tell me about your beautiful country? And lastly - please don't be offended, but I want to know the real reason why 'White Russian' is an offensive term for Belarussian.
Don't know what to send? Here's some ideas, and I don't like homemade cards.
I would enjoy postcards with:
- motorcycle and bikers (Alpinestar, Sidi, Fox Racing, Ducati, leather gear and riding boots)
- sneakers (Nikes, Adidas, Asics, Under Armour) and their athletes
- boots (Asolo, Lowa, Timberland, Doc Mart, Chippewa)
- sport athletes - soccer players, lacrosse, football, rugby
- gay (male) related materials (Tom of FInland, handsome men)
- men in uniform (soldiers, firefighters, policemen)
- SCUBA diving cards (PADI, diving resorts, whales, sharks)
- aquariums and zoos official postcards
- train related (bridges, stations, trams)
Please date your postcard, and I would prefer the postcard to be sent out by mail without envelopes.
Thank you for your cards. Most of direct swap will be honored.
Warm regards from Atlanta,