slunecnice83

slunecnice83, Singapore
  • Country Singapore
  • Member since Joined 20th Oct., 2016
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icon icon icon Postcrossing Supporter 75th on sent postcards from 81st on longest distance from
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  • icon Czech, English, German, Slovak, a little bit of Spanish, a little bit of Italian
  • icon Female
  • icon 4th October

About Zuzana...

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Sophia from Oregon, I received your card, but the ID is missing. Please send it to me, so I can register your postcard.
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Ying from Thailand, I received your beautiful card, but the ID doesn't work. Please send me a message with ID so I can register it.
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Hello postcrossers,

I am orginally from the Czech republic but I just moved back to Singapore. This is my second time living in this amazing country. I have also lived in Japan (1.5 years), Singapore (1.5 years), USA (5 years), Germany (1 year during my college years). I love everything about my experience living abroad. From giving birth to my amazing daughter in Japan, enjoying car-free life in Singapore, improving my English in the USA and becoming a US citizen, drinking great wine in the Franken region of Germany. The world is a beautiful place and I love when I get postcards from various places.

I scan all the cards I send. I find the PhotoScan App by Google to be the most convenient to do so. Give it a try if you want to scan your cards too.

I love real stamps so if it is possible, please use them. I am working on an art project/collage of stamps from different countries!

It would be nice to get postcards showing:
- real places - national monuments, famous buildings, national parks (especially the ones in the USA), unique features of your country. This gives me a great inspiration for my hobby - traveling :)
- food & recipes, cocktails, typical drink of your country
- b&w photos
- maps
- people in national/traditional costumes
- jokes (I don't get offended easily and enjoy politically incorrect jokes)
- for Czech postcrossers: I would love to receive one of these:
https://www.pidifrk.cz
- for Japanese postcrossers: I love gotochi cards and just started collecting them. If it isn't too much trouble, it would make my day to find a gotochi card in the mail.

I look forward to receiving your postcard.

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