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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.
Weekend escape from Buenos Aires After some time in busy Buenos Aires, we drove south to the most popular beach city in the region. The pleasant route in the middle of picturesque landscape of lagoons and cows leisurely feeding on grass took us to Mar del Plata. After 5 hours...
  • Sunday postcard, Poland
I must say that I just adore today’s postcard we got from Dorota. She said that this visitor was coming near the house in the southern Poland a few times. This is a great thing about Poland as you can still find so many unspoiled places, even near the cities....
  • San pedro de Atacama, Chile
Atacama is one of the biggest desert in the world. What words come first into your mind when you think of a desert? Sand? Empty? Hot? Dry? Atacama is many things, but for sure is not boring. I am presenting to you a list of my favourite shots from Atacama...
  • Rhine Falls, Switzerland
See, hear, be amazed Rhine Waterfall in northern Switzerland Switzerland is a beautiful country, popular mostly by its watches, banks and mountains…ohh! and cheese. Apart from the spectacular scenery of the snow-capped Alps, Switzerland is also a land of beautiful lakes and waterfalls. The largest plain waterfall in Europe, Rhine...
  • Andes
I could not resist sending you a postcard from the air. We never had one like that here. To me this is not a normal view from the air you would sea, because instead of the clouds, you see the mountains. Not always I am lucky to have this view...
  • Mafalda
“I like persons that say what they think. But above all, I like persons, who do what they say.”           Mafalda turned 50 last year. This comic strip written was first published on the 29 September, 1964 in the magazine Primera Plana, soon after it was...
If you have been following my blog for a while you might have noticed my relationship with coffee. I just cannot imagine my life without it. Well, maybe I am getting a little bit too dramatic, but seriously…life is better with coffee, right? And even better if the coffee is...
Mate is a treasure of argentinian culture. It is not only a drink, it is above all a ritual and a reason to meet with friends. Argentinians do not need more reasons or excuses to meet up for a chat than mate. During my travels to Argentina I got really...
  • Stockholm
Visiting the capital of Sweden impressed me more than many other cities in Europe. It was one of my solo travels and I loved every minute of it, even though the weather was rather capricious. Here you have probably one of the most famous images from Stockholm, but come on,...
  • Palacio Real de La Granja de San Ildefonso
This Sunday I am presenting a postcards sent to us by Ignacio from a beautiful place in Spain- Palacio Real de La Granja de San Ildefonso. This place is just perfect for a nice Sunday aftrenoon, don’t you think? Palacio Real de La Granja de San Ildefonso Spain is famous...
  • Valle de Cocora, Colombia
Colombia is often underestimated as a travel destination. People think is beautiful, but don’t go there put off by some dreadful stories. These days Colombia is not so dangerous and if you travel with street-smart attitude, you will be fine. Use common sense, do your research and avoid risky places...
It is a bitter-sweet thing, knowing two cultures. Once you leave your birthplace nothing is ever the same.–Sarah Turnbull Traveling is one thing and living an expat life is another. You might travel full-time for a year, two…who knows how long for your legs will be taking you to new...
  • Mallorca
Hello my lovely readers. This week I am sending you a postcards from sunny Mallorca that I visited with my mum a while ago. Beautiful beaches, sun, summer breeze, tasty food- what more can you ask for to spend a relaxing holidays with your mum? Please don’t think though that...
  • Arequipa, Peru
Arequipa- the White City After many hours of traveling by buses from Chile, after long queue at the border with Peru we arrived to Tacna, the first place after crossing the border. With a little stop we took another bus that would take us straight to Arequipa, the second largest...
  • Laguna Miñiques, Chile
High altitude: what you need to know Some of the incredible travel destinations are located in places difficult to rich or at a high altitude. This affects everyone to some extend, but some people suffer more than others. I almost always suffer from high altitude. From tiredness and sleepiness to...
  • Tulips, Holland
Don’t you just love those tulips? This lovely postcards has been sent to us by a London based blogger- Maaike. She shares there stories from the home of Big Ben and much more, giving a special attention to the tulip country she comes from. This is what she attached to...
Did you ever happen to have traveled to some amazing destination and it rained for your whole stay? Or it has been so hot, that protruding your nose out the door resulted in a sizzling sound of your skin? I have experienced it all and although I still enjoyed those...
  • Valle de Cocora, Colombia
Salento and Valle de Cocora- unforgettable colombian experience Coffee tradition, friendly people, tasty dishes, untouched landscapes…Salento has it all what is best in Colombia. The weather was not spoiling us too much, but there’s no rain that can ruin the beauty and experience of Valle de Cocora or hiking through...
  • The Giant’s Causeway, Game of Thrones
Today’s postcard has been sent to us by Lance from  Travel Addicts, a really interesting travel and photography website, so if you like this photo, I can assure you that you will love to see some more (Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram). This is what Lance said about the photo: “The Giant’s...
  • Edinburgh Lightning
Scottish sky decorated by lighting storm. Last year some of the lucky ones had a chance to admire Aurora Borealis, commonly known as Northern Lights, in Edinburgh. It is not a common occurence there, but the nature probably wanted to recompense for too many rainy days that spring. No complaints...
  • Cali, Colombia
El Gato del Río is probably the most recognizable symbol of Cali. This bronze sculpture has been created by colombian sculptor Hernan Tajeda and proudly guards banks of the river Cali. Now, this giant cat weighing 3 tons is accompanied by 15 smaller cats that have been painted by various...