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I am Anna. A travel lover. A food lover. A dreamer. This blog has been created to inspire to follow the dreams and turn them into plans. My dream is to travel. What is yours?

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Postcards from the World inspire and helps to travel mindfully, be more enaged, present and connected with your heart and people you meet on your way during the adventures.
Hello everyone, I hope you are having a lovely Sunday. Today we have received a postcard from La Paz sent to us by Maya. One of the most impressive views of the capitals I have visited has been La Paz.  La Paz is located in a huge canyon in the...
I like practical things. I rarely buy something that has a purely decorative purpose and lies around the house collecting dust. I like comfortable clothes that allow me to travel without worrying about cold wind, too hot sun or getting dirty. Adventure comes before picture-perfect looks.  I like, however pretty...
There is many reasons to love Galápagos. From seeing how evolution theory looks like in reality to unique landscapes to amazing fauna…just get a pick. I guess one of the main reasons people travel to those beautiful islands are their beautiful inhabitants and the list is long. The Galapagos Islands are probably...
  • venice, italy
Hello everyone. I hope you are having a lovely Sunday. Today we have received a postcard from Venice in Italy sent to us by Miss Happy Feet, Vivian. When I tell my friends that I love Venice, they raise their eyebrows, because I am not the kind of person who...
  It’s a beautiful morning and I’m preparing safety gear for my trip, quite contentedly, in a hammock near Cat Tien National Park in Western Vietnam. There’s a newborn kitten curled up in my lap monitoring my writing progress and her adoptive mother, an attentive middle-aged dog, is puttering around...
  • sharks, Galapagos
Alarm went off at 5:45 that morning. The sun was slowly raising . The excitment of the forecoming adventure was successfully substitutng my need of caffeine. We could smell the toasted bread and freshly made coffe by the lovely staff of Peregrina. I put the bikini on, packed the essentials...
  • varanasi india
Hello everyone. I hope you are having a lovely Sunday. I would love to know where are you today? We have got another postcard today, yay! It was sent to us by Izzy from India. This is what she said: This was taken on The River Ganges in Varanasi, India....
I get many questions from my lovely readers asking how I plan my travels. I mentioned in the past how I used to travel while studying and working at the same time.  Now I am not restricted so much by work, but I still use the techniques I learned in...
  • Uyuni, Bolivia
Salar de Uyuni is the biggest salt desert in the world and one of the most popular destinations in South America. It is truly an unforgettable Bolivian landscape.  I am sure that you have seen photos of a mirror-like endless land where the sky meet the ground. When it rains...
  • Japan Hakone
Good morning, everyone. I hope you are having an excellent weekend. We got a postcard today, yay! Annalisa travelled to Japan with het family and wanted to share with us the place she liked so much. This was taken in the mountains of Hakone, Japan. My family and I were...
  • Lago Chungara, Chile
We love road trips and have seen almost every corner of the northern part of Chile and Atacama by car. Locals call us crazy. The distances are huge and according to them if you don’t have at least a week off, your bums should stay in the city or barbecuing...
  • Sunday postcard, Tanzania
Good morning, everyone, I hope you are having a lovely Sunday. Today we have got a postcard from a Maasai Village in Tanzania sent to us by Savannah. “I have nothing and no way to explain what has happened to me over the last two weeks. Where can I even begin? How...
  • Cuzco, Peru
A former centre of Peru and the most important city, Cuzco nowedays is mostly visited by tourists whose  final destination is Machu Picchu. And it is ok. I think however, the rush and emotions caused by the urge to see the famous lost city stop some of us from discovering...
Hello everyone. I hope you are having a lovely week. Traveling is a big topic nowadays and I am happy to be one of those people who travel. It is a privilege. It also makes me happy to meet other travelers around the world. What inspires me most however, are...
  • Mono Lake in California
Good morning, everyone. I hope you are having great Sunday. We have received today’s postcard from Heesun, who runs a travel blog called Me Want Travel with her friend Sharon to show you how to travel better, cheaper, and longer. She has a goal of traveling to 100 countries before 100 and is currently...
  • Salta, Argentina
I have heard about Salta many times and it was definitely a place I wanted to go while living in South America. Located on the far western north of Argentina, relatively close to the border with Chile and Bolivia, a trip to Salta can bring many adventures. As I live...
  • Paris, Sunday postcard
Hello everyone, I hope you are having a lovely Sunday. Today we have been especially treated with a postcard straight from Paris. Who doesn’t like Paris, right? Thank you Sophie for brightening our Sunday. My name’s Sophie and I live in Paris… so I’m sending a postcard from the city...
Hello everyone! I am presenting you the fifth and the last one-day Arizona trip from the series written by Mitch from Southern Discoveries. I hope you’ll enjoy it! Hiking in Tucson is arguably some of the best hiking in the world. From lush Sonoran Desert vegetation to picturesque mountain ranges it’s...
  • dishes in Spain
If I tell you that Spain is a paradise for the senses, I guess I am not discovering anything new to you all.  But in this post I am not going to talk about the beautiful beaches in Spain, nor the excellent wines, neither the amazing museums or arquitechture all...
  “The Scottish sun, shocked by having its usual cloudy underpinnings stripped away, shone feverishly, embarrassed by its nakedness.” Stuart Haddon I have lived in Edinburgh for 10 years and never stopped finding out a new things to adjust to. It never got boring and living in Scotland was truly...
  • Sapa
In the Mountains of Sapa ‘Are you tired?’ Pan asked me. She put a pot over the fire burning in the small indent etched into the kitchen floor as I looked up at her. She was pretty, maybe 30 years old, but she could’ve passed for much younger. There was...