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Cards sent from Galapagos Islands take 30 years to arrive

BBC News Wednesday, 6 February 2019
Cards sent from Galapagos Islands take 30 years to arriveThe two postcards were posted from the Galapagos Islands to Greater Manchester in July 1989.
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