I'm amazed that this is the first forum post about Bulgaria. So please tell me what you know about the country and if you would ever consider visiting?
Am I to understand that you are willing to pay for our airfare and lodgings?
I would if I could Greek One.......alas I can't pay for airfare, but have plenty space for a tent
Tent? What food are you bringing on for us?
Maybe, Rural Bulgaria will fry potatoes for us. Check his hubs, he has a garden.
Hey, really like your hubs. You see, we live in a world which is poisoned by media and regimes. Bulgaria is a fine place, so are all other places. We live in planet Earth.
Thanks Second Lives. Food aplenty here, just gotta go find it in my garden
Hey, a few serious questions for you. First, what is the average price for a house in rural Bulgaria. Secondly, did you take Bulgarian citizenship? What was the procedure?
Average price for a run down, needing repair/renovation house where I live is around 10,000 Euros or less. All depends on the amount of work needed etc.
No, I'm a UK passport holder and haven't taken citizenship as I don't need to. Have the right to reside within the EU
Read a book about travels and what he says of the woman behind the hotel check in desk was something like, burly, brusque and smoking a cigarette.
Here a Bulgarian Muslim bride with special make-up -
Hollywood edited special effects... those opera pictures.
Burly, brusque and smoking a cigarette eh? Well you could say some are like that.
They don't wear the masks everyday thankfully
I met some amicable Bulgarian folks a few years ago in Vegas. They were nice people, proud of their country, just nice people overall.
I know someone who went from the UK to Bulgaria and lived there for a number of years, somewhere in the middle of nowhere. He found the bureaucracy frustrating and now lives in Rome (personally I don't believe Italian bureaucracy is much better!).
I don't have a closed mind to living elsewhere. Indeed, I lived in ex-Yugoslavia for five years. However, despite the rain and the economic problems of the region where I now live, I have fallen in love with Wales and now would not wish to live anywhere else.
As to visiting Bulgaria. I might well do so one day. I used to travel abroad a lot. Now, I'm put off by the cattle-truck mentality of airline travel. Also, I now prefer short holidays of 3-4 days, where I learn and do things rather than going away for 2 weeks to tick items off a sightseeing list and/or fry myself on a beach. I find plenty of such activities relatively near to home. And I still need to work through my book of 100 places to see in Wales, which means mastering more Welsh since I have the Welsh edition, and then plan day trips and longer trips in order to visit them all
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