A tourist still in Iceland wanted to mail a letter, but he didn’t know the address. You’d think that would nix the concept of mailing the letter, but no!
The sender wrote the Country, the name of the village, added “A horse farm with an Icelandic/Danish couple and three kids and a lot of sheep,”1 and then drew a map on the front of the envelope. The letter was delivered to the intended recipient.
I especially like the note explaining that the wife works in a supermarket.
- Xeni Jardin, “Letter sent to Iceland farm with hand-drawn map instead of address gets there anyway,” Boing Boing, 2016-08-30
- Photo by Skessuhornið/Steina Matt