I'm now almost half way through my challenge to collect as many postcards from you through this blog and social media.
As part of my postcard challenge I asked people to send me a postcard from where they are in the world.
Here are some more of your excellent tips:
Berlin, GermanyI received two from Berlin on the same day, Jody has these tips for you.
Berlin is such a cool city of lots of interesting history that reveals itself in its architecture. From the stark to the opulent to the modern, a walk through Berlin brings all that history to life.
My second came from Ana who is the Postcrossing community manager and also lives in Berlin. Her tip would be to visit the Ritter Spot Chocolate "museum" where you can pick and mix ingredients to make you own Ritter Sport! Sounds yummy!
Bushmills, Northern IrelandScotty and Neil from Northern Ireland recommend a little fish and chips at their favourite spot on the North Coast called 'Flash in the Pan'.
Parco Naturale della Maremma, Italy@anythingtuscan has a tip for us - rent a bike in Alserete, the National Park Centre.
From there you can enjoy the stunning fauna and flora on an 8km cycling path and when you reach the beach you can then build your own dream beach hut.
Banos, EcuadorMy first postcard from South America came from @jackandjilltravel
They recommend you visit the monkey reservation in Puyo and chill out afterwards at the Meeting Point coffee shop in Banos.
They painted the windows of the shop so check it out when you are there.
Munich, GermanyOn a recent trip to Innsbruck I met Carina from Pocket Village who promised me a postcard. She duly delivered on her return to Munich.
Her tip is to go to the French Quarter (Franzosen Viestel) where you'll find lovely little shops to buy some rather individual clothes and funny junk stuff.
El Paso, USAClaudia has several ideas if you're passing through El Paso in Texas.
Drive to Scenic Drive and enjoy the views.
Watch "Viva El Paso" during the summer.
Eat Mexican food
Hike through the trails in Franklin Mountains State Park
Don't cross the border to Cd Juarez as it's one of the most dangerous cities in the world at the moment.
Manila, PhillipinesJohanna is currently staying in the capital of the Phillipines, Manila. She says it is one busy city but has lots of nice places to visit.
Barcelona, SpainThe lovely people at Budgetplaces.com all contributed to the postcard they sent from Barcelona.
Try 'La Bombeta' in the Barceloneta neighbourhood as it has the best tapas in town and really authentic.
In Carrer de la Merce there is a Venuzuelan bar called 'Rabipelao' where you must try Guarapitas.
Spend an afternoon at the swimming pool on Monjuic - the views are amazing.
Go to the shops in Carrer d'Avinyo where you'll find unique gifts, clothing and accessories. You'll love it.
If you want to try the best tortilla, just in front of the Budget Places offices there is a bar called Michigan.
Have you been to any of these places? What did you do when you were there?