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 people. He doesn't like the bling fashion, the potholed roads, the grey, crumbling buildings and the fact that Burgas airport shuts in the winter. Oh, and one other thing - he's gay.
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Tackiness, provincialism and the impenetrable language don't stop British teenagers enjoying life in Bulgaria