Saturday, May 23, 2015


Greetings from Peru! :)

A beautiful card flew all the way from Peru to my mailbox! :D Thank you so much Vanessa for this wonderful choice<3 I'm glad to receive a postcard from a new country in my collection. :) According to Vanessa, This is Machu Picchu ruins which believed they were used to be the residence for relaxation of the Inca civilization. Every year, many tourists (both local and international) visit this wonderful place. Thank you for the explanation dear and I hope one day I'll be able to see this wonderful place myself. :D

Stamp. :)

Saturday, May 16, 2015


Greetings from Croatia! :)

Thank you Maria for this wonderful view of the city Vukovar<3 :D According to Maria, the city is located in the eastern part and it has the berries river port in the country. Also, this city is considered as an old baroque town that was destroyed during the war back in 1991, and this is how it looks now when it got rebuilt. Thank you for the explanation and for sending me something I like dear<3 :D



Greetings from Germany! :)

Another postcard from Germany! Yay! :D Thank you Yvonne for this gorgeous scenery of the city Mainz. Apparently, You can see the cathedral in the middle of the card and the state theatre at the bottom. Also, the river on the top left side is the Rhine river. Thank you for pointing out all these things on the postcard Yvonne<3 I love it very much. :)


Sunday, May 3, 2015


Greetings from Hungary! :)

A super fantastic view of Budapest that was sent by the lovely Ania<3! I love this postcard so much especially the giant clouds<3! :D She is doing a lovely project where she collects postcards from different islands from all over the world. How amazing is that! :D
According to Ania, Budapest consists of two parts: Buda and Pest, with the Danube River between them. This photo was taken from the castle in hilly Buda, looking at the beautiful Pest, with the impressive Parliament and the Margaret Island, which is located in the middle of the river.
Thank you for the loads of interesting information Ania! And wishing you best of luck with your project<3! :D