On the cover, Patrick used five beautiful stamps. The postmark date is 23 August 2013 and the location is Road Town Post Office in Tortola.
Inside is a beautiful postcard of a beach in Tortola. Thank you very much Patrick!
A postcard from Belarus, received from postcrosser Ann Demchuk through official postcrossing.
The postcard shows some fruits and flowers.
At the back, Ann used two definitive stamps. The postmark date is 13 June 2013. Thnaks a lot Ann!
A cover from Malaysia, snet by postcrosser Nurulhuda Kadir for Nice Cover Circuit in postcrossing forum.
On the cover, Nurulhuda affixed a souvenir sheet from the Cats in Malaysia issue. The souvenir sheet contains two cat stamps: Birman and Persian. The postmark date is3 April 2013 and the location is Muar Mail Centre, Johor.
Inside is a postcard that shows a drawing of Malaysian fruits. Thanks a lot Nurulhuda!
An FDC from Taiwan, sent by S Chuang through registered mail. The FDC arrived in a plastic cover with an apology note from Canada Post, but there was no damage inside.
This FDC is from the Berries second series issued by Chunghwa Post on 17 January 2013. On the cover, Chuang affixed four stamps from the series. Two special cancels were applied.
This is the back of the FDC. Chuang affixed three stamps and one postage label at the back. Thanks a lot Chuang!
My first postcard from Vietnam! This one is from postcrosser Jo who sent it for North America meets the World RR in postcrossing forum.
It shows a lady on a trishaw loaded with bananas in Ho Chi Minh City! I visited Ho Chi Minh City in summer 2010 and the place is fantastic! I always plan my own trip without joinig any travel package – it’s a bit difficult but you got the feeling that it’s a real adventure for you! The language is a bit of a problem but I am amazed at the honesty of the people. I still remember once I was caught in rain near the War Museum and a security officer came and lend me an umbrella. As we arrived at the museum entrance, I took out some change to give it to him as a tip and it ended up that I was being scolded by him that this is corruption and it’s his duty to offer assistance! It’s very interesting to know how did the government managed to educate the population such that a low rank officer himself rejects tips!
At the back, Jo affixed two stamps and a cute Hello Kitty sticker. The first stamp features frangipani and the second stamp shows the martial art Taekwondo. The postmark date is 17 November 2012 and the location is Saigon, the old name of Ho Chi Minh City before the unification. Thank you Jo!