About

About 10 month ago, I stumbled on a website called postcrossing.com and was intrigued by the concept of bringing modern social media and old fashioned postcard writing together. I have to say that I was never really that person that would write 20 postcards from holiday (rather 1 or 2 if at all). However, I gave it a shot and discovered very quickly that postcrossing is a way of travelling and sharing a nice hobby with strangers from around the world. It is just absolutely amazing how a postcard from a complete stranger from the other side of the world can make you smile and lift your emotions. Now, checking my mailbox has become something special. I am looking forward to it all day and on most days I will find another nice postcard in my box that will give me energy. Having received over 100 postcards from various different countries and continents, I decided to share this beautiful hobby with all of you. One of my main collections is capital cities of the world and I will share these cards with you on this blog. Please feel free to send me a postcard from your capital city or with your national or regional flag to the following address:

Roman Griesshaber
Flat 8, Globe Wharf
205 Rotherhithe Street
London SE16 5XS
United Kingdom

Happy reading and enjoy.

Roman

One thought on “About

  1. Hello, Roman!
    My name is Eva, and I’m a mail lover myself. I’ve arrived to your blog from Postmuse’s blog (http://postmuse.blogspot.com), which I love. I’ve participated in her project some times. I have a mail blog too, but it isn’t just about postcards, it’s about mail in general. If you want to take a look: http://mailadventures.blogspot.com

    So I can understand perfectly that you have been infected by the mail virus… 😉

    I find your collection quite interesting. I’m from Spain but currently living in Morocco. At this moment I’m not able to find a postcard from the capital because I’ve live far away from Rabat. But if I got it in the future, be sure I’ll send it to you. Next week I’m travelling to Spain, and maybe I could sent a postcard from Madrid to you. So I have some questions:

    1. Do you prefer a naked stamped postcard or a new postcard in an envelope? It’s the same price from Spain.
    2. Do you like just postcards from monuments, or everything goes?

    Sorry for the long comment!

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