Several lovely cards came to me this month from Nevis, the twin island of St. Kitts in the Caribbean. Nevis issues its own stamps, so it is a philatelic rarity to see stamps postmarked Charlestown, Nevis in the mail, as the island's population is very small, just over 11,000 souls.
This multiview card shows scenery from the twin island nation of Antigua and Barbuda, a country close to my heart, as it was the very 1st foreign country I visited, when I was 16. I fondly remember the whitish-pinkish sand and the clear waters around the coast of the verdant islands.
This card was recently sent to me by Mohammed, and shows the map, flag and scenes from the Northern region of Cyprus, which is under Turkish administration since 1973. The lovely stamps show a dolphin and a vineyard, with a very clear town cancel from Lefkosa.