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wildernesscat, Israel


(or Danny) is a member in Israel . He has been a member for over 8 years (3,280 days).
5,061 sent 5,065 received

  • Distance sent: 12,595,718 miles
  • Last seen: about 17 hours ago
  • Website:
  • Languages: English, עברית, русский, français basic, عربى شوى, natuke eesti keelt
  • Birthday: 15th April 1970 (47 years old)
  • Interested in direct swaps: No Click to learn more about direct swaps
  • Danny is a Postcrossing Supporter
  • Danny is a Postcrossing Ambassador What is a Postcrossing ambassador?
  • 1st on most postcards sent from Israel
  • 1st on longest distance sent from Israel
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Lat: 32.32, Lon: 34.94 | Google Maps

About Danny...

Born in Tallinn, Estonia; emigrated to Israel at the age of 10; studied CompSci in Tel-Aviv; served in the Air Force for 6 years; currently working as a programmer, raising four kids and enjoying the little pleasures of life ;-)

I am into hiking, cycling, street photography, martial arts, football, Geocaching, foreign languages, politics, science fiction, traveling, parenting, humor, history, fitness, technology, lifestyles, and more.

Please send me a card that you personally find interesting. You may write, what makes this card special for you. If you want to ask questions about me, or about Israel in general, feel free to do so. I will answer in my thank-you note. Here is a 4-minute video that shows what people in Israel look like:

A few words about adding to favorites: I will add to favorites both cards I have received and cards that I haven't. If you want to make me happy with one of those, please check that I'm not on the 'to' side :)

I usually register cards the same day I receive them, which can be any day between Sunday and Thursday (we don't get mail on Fridays or Saturdays). Hope to see your card soon!

P.S: Here is a blog entry about me from a few years ago: