Today I've received this postcard from Brazil showing the "Pão de Açucar" on the top right corner and the Portuguese Calçadão... Yes... You need to take your eyes from the bikini babes to see it... Yes, I'm sure!!! Think you've seen enough, right?
On the back of the postcard was the Manicure stamp... Yes I know... you're still looking at the babes, right? eheh! Well... they also go to the manicure!!!! So look at the stamp ! Well... I hope you've enjoyed the postcard... probably also the stamp.... Who am I kidding?!? You enjoyed only the babes!!! LOL!
Hello all! I'm Carolina, the new writer on this nice blog. (:
I'm a 20 (almost 21!) years old girl studying Graphic Design at University. I've been penpalling/postcardpalling since 2006, when I registered at Postcrossing. I also collect stamps, but I really don't know much about them... I hope I can learn much about it just posting to this blog. (: Despite this things I love the winter, art, photography, draw, reading, music...
But now let me talk a bit about stamps in Brazil: the first brazillian stamp was made in 1843, so Brazil was the second country in the world to have stamps! (first one was England, I think you know it, right?)
The mail service in Brazil is called "Correios", and was created in 1969. It's nice to tell that brazillian post also made the first stamp written in Braille and the second holograph one.
Well, I should end it here. I'll try to be better on the next post. (: