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Postcard of the Week: French Chateaux

           I received this postcard last week from my mother who’s been down in south-west France for a few weeks. I spent most of my childhood summers on the south-west […]

The Souvenir Dilemma

         The other day I found myself browsing through a tourist shop in London. I was amazed at the sheer quantity of gawdy figurines and tacky t-shirts that are hoovered […]

Postcard of the Week: Postcard Aeroplane

          While browsing gifts and stocking fillers before Christmas I stumbled across this Postcard Aeroplane. I admit that it is a tad geeky and I didn’t actually buy it in […]

Postcard of the Week: Capri

        Capri is just paradise. A fairytale. It’s the place I dedicate most daydreaming-time to. Without a doubt. Capri (pronounced [ˈkaːpri] with the emphasis on the ‘a’) is a tiny […]

Traditional Britain summed up in 5 Greeting Cards

           Wandering through the Christmas Market in the grounds of Winchester’s atmospheric Cathedral, I stumbled across a wood hut selling the cutest paintings in a very particular style. They depict […]

Postcard of the Week: Brighton

         Brighton possesses all of the trademarks of a city that’s past its glory days. Its grand Victorian townhouses overlooking the sea are dirty and desperately in need of a new […]

6 Months of The Well-Travelled Postcard

          Today marks 6 months since my first post, The Beauty of a Postcard, on 13th June 2012. I cannot believe it has flown so quickly and I’m pleased to […]

Postcard of the Week: Bosham

        This has to be one of my favourite ever postcards. “Bosham?” I hear you say? “Where the hell is Bosham?” Well my friends, for those of you who haven’t had […]

Could Postagram be the future of postcards?

          As I discussed in my first ever blog post, The Beauty of a Postcard, sending postcards is a slightly archaic means of communication, in comparison to the plethora of alternative […]