island7, Netherlands
  • country Netherlands
  • Member since Joined 5th Feb., 2009
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  • icon Dutch, English, German
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  • icon 13th June

About Peter...

Hello Postcrosser!

My name is Peter and I live in a small village, famous for its tulip/hyacinth/daffodil flower bulb fields, located in between the historic cities of Haarlem and Leiden. I have a wonderful son of 20 years old and he loves playing football/soccer.

I love traveling, getting to know other cultures, going to concerts ranging from alternative rock to classical music, eating out or having a drink with my friends and last but not least, collecting postcards and stamps!

I enjoy receiving postcards with scenery of your hometown or nature of your country. My favourite postcard subjects are:
- island postcards
- city views
- subway stations
- airplanes / airports
- classical music / composers
- rock music
- wine / vineyards
- castles
- coastal views
- beautiful sunsets
- cards showing the moon
Also, you can just have a look at my favourites and you will know what I like.

- I prefer written and stamped single view postcards, so please do not send your postcard in an envelope.

- No ad cards, freecards or self made cards, please.

If you are able to do so, put nice commemorative stamps on your card and not the regular ones. In particular I am collecting the Europa CEPT theme stamps, such as the Europa 2019 (National birds) or Europa 2020 (Ancient postal routes) stamps. So if you are from Europe and you have these stamps, you would make me very happy by using these stamps for sending my postcard!

Also, I would like it if you could tell me something about your daily life and what you do for a job, or what you are studying. Or perhaps you can tell me something interesting about your country.
I would love it if you would mention the date and temperature/weather type on your card. Thanks!

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