Postcard From Zurich – a Place of Joy

I remember my visit to Zurich, in February 2015, for a European Karate Championship.

I didn’t see an much of it as I truly wanted, but I got a little view of this wonderful city in a same condition like I see it on this postcard. And ahh, it brings me so many amazing memories from that time.


Marco (/u/penguinsontv), thank you so much for reminding me of this city!


Lille, France – a place for everyone

Even though I spent a lot of time in France, I spent them mostly on the French Riviera, where Cannes, Monaco, Nice, Mougines, Valbonne and Antibes are settled.

I didn’t have an opportunity to visit places like Lille, that hold a rich variety of culture and different monuments that are a must for every tourist. The special thing about Lille is that it became french with the King Louis XIV in 1667.

I hope one day, I’ll have a chance to visit it, and until then, I’ll just admire this FR-657853 postcard from the DuDu Family .



New York City

Do you have fear from big cities? I kinda do. I live in a capital, and it’s so crowded that it sometimes scares me. I guess I just want to visit those big cities, but not live in them.

However, that doesn’t take away their beauty. They all have something very special in them. Same with New York. I’d love to go there and see everything it has to offer.

Thanks to /u/MyBFFRose, I had a chance to see New York for a second on this lovely pictures craved in the letters of the city. I wish I could see it at night, with all the lights on, and I wish I could see it by day, with all the traffic it has 😀



Malaysia postcard made me daydream again


I love this kind of postcards. The ones that seem to be taken by a random visitor. The ones that show you the normal view of a city, with its people doing things they would usually do. Those kind of postcards that make you want to be there right away, to live there and be among all the other people, or to travel and ask the people who live there about their city. I can see myself there, wandering around the streets, asking some old man to tell me stories about this city that nobody has heard them before. I have the wish to go there now.

And before I forget ( we all know I would never), this huge THANKS to /u/darahjagr from RandomActsofCards,  for the amazing card from Malaysia, that made me daydream about travelling again and again.

P. S: I love the reddit avatar you drew on the back.

P. P. S: I need to write down the quote you wrote me. I believe it’s worth reading it!

One of the risk of being quiet is that the other people kill your silence with their own interpretation : You’re bored. You’re depressed. You’re shy. You’re stuck up. You’re judgemental. When others can’t read us, they write their own story – not always one we choose or that’s true to who we are.

Sophia Dembling
The introverts’ way