peiler, Germany
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  • Member since Joined 22nd Nov., 2013
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About Christian...

Getting in contact with just few of the almost 8 billion people, this earth has given life to, is a great pleasure to me. Everyone should have some friends far away from his own world, to consider and respect the little differences between us, our cultures and societies.

Running is part of my lifestyle, as well as I try to travel a lot (in normal times) and to practise languages. I was lucky to see parts of the world while traveling with my bicycle and to discover exotic and exciting countries (exotic to my part of the globe), but going round the world still remains a dream.

I like sketching, drawing with watercolors. If possibe, please surprise me with your own little artwork. As I have many interests besides my job in the diverse technical fields of a public broadcaster, I mostly enjoy non-technical things or activities in my spare time. I love and am always fascinated by the nature, here in the surroundings of my hometown as well as elsewhere in the world and since many years I try to live in a more responsible way.

Even you're unknown to me, I'll be very glad to receive a postcard from you... But please take a look at my received cards, before you choose one, to avoid doublets. Thank you.

Over the years many of my sent cards got lost on their way - it's always a pity but it happens, and obviously this is 'part of the game'. So I often give an expired card a second chance to reach its destination.
When traveling for a longer time, I set my account inactive already about three weeks before I'm leaving, to not let your sent card expire while I'm not at home. I register every card I receive, so if I don't register your card, this simply means that I didn't receive it. Thank you for understanding.

P.S.: Dear friends in Lithuania, please avoid putting a Registered Mail sticker onto your postcard (or please advice the friendly clerk at the post office not to do so), as this forces Deutsche Post to stick another (a second) large barcode sticker (for their part) onto the card, which isn't removeable and which often damages the picture or the stamps. Thank you !

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