"Bulgarian media are already grown-up kids: they won't allow anyone to spank them on their bottoms and tell them what to do."
Advertising boss Krasimir Gergov, who recently admitted he broke previous legislation by covertly owning a part of bTV
I am a teacher at the American College of Sofia. I am, along with many of the other international teachers at ACS, a big fan of your publication.
"In Bulgaria, whether it rains or not it'll always be a disaster."
Issue 18, March 2008
Special Irish Issue
Issue 3, December 2006
Regina D'Amico is the lucky winner from our Where in Bulgaria Are You? quiz for this issue and she gets to enjoy a weekend for two at the Medite Spa Hotel in Sandanski. She wrote to tell us in detail why she was able to recognize Cape Kaliakra immediately:
The month as was seen by Vagabond
Since visiting Bulgaria last year I've been an avid reader of any news item that makes it into the British press.
However, these mostly concern quirky millionaires trying to buy up a Bulgarian village, a few paragraphs about the impenetrable politics leading up to EU accession in 2007 or, my favourite, tantalising photos of golden Thracian objects. Tantalising, because I passed through the countryside where they were found. Who knows what lay just beneath my feet?