Boredom, mischief or too much cheap booze make some Brits in Bulgaria engage in expat feuds
Huw Davies moved to Bulgaria three years ago. He saw a niche in the market and began a business furnishing homes and apartments for the influx of foreigners. He loves the Bulgarian tomatoes, red wine, sunny weather and the good-looking…
The first sketch, or maybe portrait, of British expats in Bulgaria reveals a surprising image
Bulgarian high school graduates enter the adult world inebriated, wearing strange clothes and heavily in debt
Bulgarian attitudes to dying are in sharp variance with the English way of doing it
When the holiday feeling fades, harsh reality steps in for many Britons
Ever wanted to do business with someone in Amsterdam? Easy, as long as you don't call the Dutch Dutch
One-day-a-man-will-come-and-fix-everything is the best answer an expat can hope for in many situations in Bulgaria
Some Britons may be moving to Bulgaria to escape over-regulation at home. Is it really safe?
Is it time to question the value of political correctness in public services?
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