|Swap Coordinator:||Canariangal78 (contact)|
|Swap categories:||Miscellaneous Letters & Writing Postcards|
|Number of people in swap:||8|
|Last day to signup/drop:||March 30, 2009|
|Date items must be sent by:||April 20, 2009|
|Number of swap partners:||2|
I thought now that the group has grown in numbers it would be lots of fun to do a second round of this swap and it would be lovely if many of you participate.
Here is how it works...
You will have 2 partners for this swap and youâ€™ll mail them:
-A letter (handwritten as it feels more personal I think, what are your thoughts on this? if you prefer it typed please say so on the comments section for the swap)
-2 postcards of â€˜â€™your islandâ€™â€™
-A little something from the area
In your letter please tell your partners a bit about yourself and also some fun and/ or insightful fact about the island you live / grew up in.
Just some examples â€¦ you might wish to tell your partners about your favorite restaurant or bookshop, a childhood memory, a tradition you are very fond ofâ€¦ whatever you wish! The main thing is to make your partner smile and that after reading your letter they will think â€˜I feel I know more about this place nowâ€™.
For the little something from the area you could send a bookmark, a small tourism brochure of the place, some chocolate/candy, a recipe â€¦ it is senderâ€™s choice so my only advice is please check your partnerâ€™s profile to avoid sending anything included on their dislikesâ€™ list.
There are no specific requirements to join this swap as I know you all are honest swappers so Iâ€™m positive there wonâ€™t be any flaking on swaps.
Have fun and letâ€™s share with one another our heritage!
P.S = Picture taken from the Internet; it shows Mayor Island (NZ)
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