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sarkaa97, Poland

sarkaa97

(or Sara) is a member in Poland . She has been a member for over 5 years (2,031 days).
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  • Distance sent: 270,627 miles
  • Last seen: 4 days ago
  • Website: http://sawatka.blogspot.com/
  • Languages: Polish/English/German
  • Birthday: 16th September 1997 (19 years old)
  • Interested in direct swaps: Yes Click to learn more about direct swaps
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Lat: 53.01, Lon: 18.60 | Google Maps

About Sara...


Hello!

My name is Sara and I'm 19. I live in Mała Nieszawka. It's a small village close to Toruń, in Poland. I was born in Toruń and I'm still in love with this city.
I love reading books. I prefer books about real life and love (Nicholas Sparks is one of my favourite authors).
I'm interested in foreign languages and geography. In the future I would like to travel a lot. I've already visited some countries. :) My dream is to visit all European capital cities. I'm a big fan of the Beatles and Taylor Swift.
It would be great to receive a card with:
- views of cities,
- palaces, castles,
- lighthouses,
- bird's-eye views,
- night views,
- amazing mountainous scenery,
- maps or flags,
- royal families,
- "greetings from..."
- postcards from capital cities
- the Beatles
It's fine when there is a name of a city written on the postcard. That might sound funny but I also like postcards with white frames.
Birthday cards (September 16th) are going to bring me a smile, I know it!
I prefer written cards. And if you send me a card - please write something in your mother tongue and then translate into English, German or Russian. If you really want to, it will be a nice surprise for me, if you write ALL your card in your language, even without translation. ;) And write something about you! I'm so curious about other people, their lives, traditions, cultures...
Thank you very much (in Polish - dziękuję bardzo) and happy postcrossing!
PS. You can visit my blog about travelling and postcards to know me better :) My blog is really important for me.
www.sawatka.blogspot.com