Monday, September 12, 2011

Postcards to Indonesia, Estonia and Finland

Last September 1, 2011 I visited the Post Office to mail 3 postcards. The postcards are for three postcrossing project members residing in different countries. 

One of the postcards is bound for Indonesia. Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world, home to famous destinations such as Borobudur and the island of Bali. 

Estonia is another country of destination of one of these postcards. Tallinn, the capital, will be the new home of the postcard I sent. 

The longest distance would be covered by the postcard that I sent to Finland. Hopefully, the postcard will witness a Scandinavian smile once it is received. 

Postcards are lucky for they get to go to faraway places for a fixed price of Php 14.00 each! Sceneries and great things about a place are usually featured in a postcard. Thus, they serve as a visual link and an invitation for the receiver to travel the place shown. Hopefully the receivers would consider visiting our interesting country, the Philippines.

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