nysarachma, Indonesia
  • country Indonesia
  • Member since Joined 15th Sep., 2013
  • icon Seen over 3 years ago

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  • icon Indonesian, Javanese, English, a lil Japanese
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  • icon 30th January

About Annisa...

I received a package from Marina who lives in Gomel, Belarus on March, 11 2014. There's no postcard ID and I can't read her address clearly (I don't know it's an address or not). I really want to reply it but this problem blocks me :'(
Dear Marina, please contact me.

Hello there, I'm Annisa, I'm a collegian in Gadjah Mada University as a Veterinary =^v^=
I like travelling, visiting beautiful and interesting place like beach, lake, mountain, forest, etc about nature, yeah I love NATURE! I love my country because it has so many unique cultures.

It's better for you to:
1. Write the date when you write the postcard.
2. Tell about yourself/your job/your daily activity/about your town or your country.
3. or anything you want^^

I'd like to collect all of postcards object ^_^
but mostly :
1. object that characterizes the country
(it could be:
- animated/painting maps,
- culture,
- people with traditional clothes (real or in illustration)
- traditional custom house
- traditional custom dance or dancer
- people playing traditional music or show
- native letter
- illustrations(up to you)
- traditional recipe,
- or interesting place in your country,
2. your own photograph: photo that taken by yourself when you were travelling to nature, to the other countries, or the other interesting place
3. cat(s) in real or illustration.
Handmade is welcomed (pls in good quality :) )

I like to exchange of souvenirs from abroad. So if you can do and it doesn't need much cost, please also send me unique souvenirs, keychain, or anything like tickets(any kind of tix) and coins, then I will send you back (don't forget to write your address)
*PS: it's not forced :)

I'd be happier if you could write me a few lines in your native language/letter (with translation please). If you are Japanese please write use Japanese in formal language(using ひらがな or カタカナ) because I'm learning it.
ありがとう = Thank you.

Happy Postcrossing!

-from @Emlu www.postcrossing.com/postcards/FI-1913749
-from @Norbert88 instagram.com/p/iAs1xSpU98/
-from Marina t.co/8X3vdSdBi1
-from @ahaturek instagram.com/p/o2XW8qpU9z/

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