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Category: Postcards

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Postcard #25: Rizal Park: Remembering Jose

I’ve been postcrossing for some time now and privately exchanging with other enthusiasts too. Some time ago, a group of enthusiasts had an eyeball and they sent me a postcard of the Rizal Park – which I knew more as Luneta – during their trip to the post office. — So who is Rizal? Very Read More

Postcard #24 - Aalen, Germany 2

Postcard #24 – Aalen, Germany

I received this postcard like half a year ago. ^_^ Been meaning to post this for the longest time but…many things in between happen, even meeting the sender of this postcard in a distant city. Aalen is a small city near Stuttgart, Germany. Honestly, I only came to know of it through Rachelle, a blogger Read More

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Postcard #23 – Vigan’s Hispanic Charm

UNESCO (The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) has designated five World Heritage Sites in the Philippines. The UNESCO World Heritage Sites are places of importance to cultural or natural heritage as described in the UNESCO World Heritage Convention. I am fortunate enough to receive a postcard of one of those designated sites…Thanks to Read More

By Alex Proimos from Sydney, Australia; cropped by Beyond My Ken (talk) 00:05, 29 August 2014 (UTC) - Broadway Crowds, CC BY 2.0,

Postcard # 22 – New York

This is another postcard I won from a giveaway of a blogging friend. Seen is the Empire State Building, a 1,454 ft (443.2 m) high building that was once the world’s tallest. The fourth-tallest freestanding structure in the Americas, the Empire State Building is also one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World. I received a wedding invitation from Read More

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Postcard #21 – Atlantis, The Palm, Dubai

Dubai has truly capitalized well on tourism securing its spot as one of the top tourist destination in the world. The list of tourist attractions in Dubai is very long and each deserve a feature. There are a lot of activities that will ensure a happy stay and the hotels, always on top when it Read More

Postcard #20 – Tom Kha Gai , Thai dish

The cheapest way to travel to a certain city is through postcards…but the yummiest way is via food! So put these  together and you’re in for a wonderful adventure! I received this postcard from a friend in time for the leap year (Thanks sis!). (I know right, super late for the posting…) What better way Read More

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