After long deliberations, the Israeli Post finally came up with a list of countries that we're not supposed to mail to. Not many surprises there, except for one: Algeria. I have already managed to send them postcards, with various degrees of success. So as usual, the guiding principle is "don't worry, it's gonna be fine".
Just by watching this lovely smiling face, you get the feeling that everything is gonna be just fine.
(By the way, I changed my Postcrossing settings to "send to repeated countries". I hope this eliminates problematic destinations, such as Latin America, Malaysia, New Zealand and such...)
|Got this lovely card from Moldova, my first one from that little country squeezed between the Ukraine an Romania. The front of the card is nice and colorful, but the back is the most interesting part. Bound by the Postcrossing's code of ethics I could not scan it all, so I'll just show two parts. The exotic stamps, and the skillfully drawn karate practitioner. The sender must have been impressed by the "martial arts" topic in my wishlist.|