Hideaway Island marine sanctuary in the Republic of Vanuatu. It sits in around three metres of water and anyone who is brave enough to try diving is able to post special 'waterproof postcards' any day of the week as if you would in a regular post office.
Couples goals at the St. Regis Resort in Bora Bora French Polynesia courtesy of @hayley_dubai "Dream Big Eat Well & Travel On" by luxuryworldtraveler https://www.instagram.com/p/_nl4wXinw6/ #Flickr via https://instagram.com/hotelspaschers
Hiking the Cross-Island Track (Rarotonga). 'A Cook Islands sojourn usually involves lots of good eating and drinking, and lazy days on the beach. The perfect balance to this tropical relaxation is to challenge yourself on Rarotonga’s Cross-Island Track. The three- to four-hour hike via the 413m-high Te Rua Manga (The Needle) immerses walkers in some of the island’s most spectacular scenery.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/rarotonga-and-the-cook-islands/rarotonga
Some exciting post box facts: The blue post box was utilised from 1930-1938 for air mail letters, when such items were not common; and there are over 100 in London alone. The colour blue was rightfully chosen to honour the RAF. This particular blue box is adjacent to the site of the Windsor Post Office,(1887-1966) should you wish to see it, and commemorates the first UK air mail delivery made at this site. Original post boxes were not red, but green.