Last week I posted about a social experiment that I wanted to do. I offered to send postcards to people, wherever you are in the world. I was very happy that quite a few people wanted to take part and trusted me enough to give me their address.
Today I finally got round to buy the postcards and write a personalised message to everyone. It's been a long time since I hand wrote so much, plus my handwriting isn't the best, hopefully @dkkarolien, @travelgirl, @gabrielatravels, @dfinney, @melinda010100, @delishtreats and @soyunasantacruz, you can read what I've written.
Writing out the addresses was an interesting challenge in itself. I had to make sure some of the foreign place names were spelt correctly. USA house numbers goes up to 4 or even 5 digits, I always find that amusing. Does a US street really run that long 😉 ? And some people use post office boxes, including one where I had to add their phone numbers underneath the address.
The Taiwanese postal service, whilst affordable can be a hit and miss sometimes. Sending 7 postcards around the world today only cost me USD2.60, that's a small price to pay to extend my friendship. I just hope they all arrive safely to the recipient. I'm still waiting for my Brexit referendum ballot card to arrive from UK, it's only been 3 years ....... not that it makes any difference now.
USA, Australia, Switzerland, Romania, Mauritius and Venezuela, postcard from Taiwan is on its way!!!! Watch out!!!!