Unique Postcard IDs

My 10th card from Vanuatu just reached its destination today, after 129 days :partying_face: :tada:

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For such a popular holiday destination for Australians, I’m so surprised that there have been so few official cards sent from Vanuatu!

It’s a fascinating destination and indeed quite close to Australia. So it makes sense you would think that. But… when I went there I didn’t meet many Australians; and the ones I did meet it was only inside the tourist resort.
I think Australians prefer mainly Bali, NZ and if they feel adventurous, Fiji.
Also when you are in Vanuatu it’s not exactly easy to send cards. It is expensive (3.90$ AUD per card) and post-offices are very rare.

And last but not least, Postcrossing is not very popular in Australia.

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Not quite a palindrome, but I still like this number:

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Received CX-1001

And sent US-9999666

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My second postcard ever is ES-777750! And if it ever makes it, I also sent ES-777751. Guess not too many people are awake at 2am to request a postcard address, hehe

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I was happy to send postcard RS-74000 and it didn’t take long to reach the destination in Finland.

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I was happy to receive ES-778899 recently.

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Love it. That’s a really good one.

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I received a nice palindrome from Italy today: IT-727727 - I really like that :slight_smile:

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Today my card AU-921129 reached its destination.

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The Ruskeala Express has reached its destination!

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The latest unique postcard IDs I got were…
359997, 359998, 359999 and 360000
I got them on February 22.

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My card UA-1950000 was received
:slight_smile:

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First time I asked for an address in +10 months and I got this one: FI-4590000 :sunglasses:

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