This is a postcard from Tunisia. I love it so much because there's an amazing recipe on the back which I'm going to cook now!
Sunday, August 7, 2011
I was long wondering what to do with those ad cards I got from Brazil. They're blank and I don't really like them, but in the end I decided to keep them. First, because I could never throw a postcard away and second, because they're still an example of a culture, of ads in Brazil.
This is the Tasman Glacier on New Zealand's South Island. It's the biggest glacier in the country and you can land on it with a plane and do a guided ski-tour down it. The Tasman Glacier was named after the explorer Able Tasman (who also has a national park in New Zealand named after him). It turns into the Tasman River and then ends in Lake Pukaki.
This is Campina Grande, the second largest city in the Brazilian state Paraíba. It's more than two thousand kilometres away from Rio de Janeiro (just so you have an idea of how large that country is). The picture on the upper left shows the Museo do Algodao, the one next to it the Maria Fumaca. At the bottom is a panoramic view of the city.