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... despite hyper-inflation in the mid-90s that rose to 1500% per month; organized crime: it was sponsored by the Communist government and it's here to stay (but it's not much of a problem because it only affects less than 1% of the GDP); NATO: he thinks it's weak because it no longer has a clear enemy, and no one can fight ISIS; and the Eurozone: he believes Bulgaria will be on the euro in the next few years but thinks it's a bad idea because the Bulgarian economy is managed ...
... Bulgarian culture including their traditions, language, religion, beliefs, etc. I joined a diverse group from Italy, UK, Poland, Russia and India, but everyone spoke English. There was one American couple but they've lived the last 20 years in Macedonia.
There are many pocket parks in the city and we gathered in one and were taught a traditional Bulgarian dance. The first dance was in pairs and my partner was an elderly man from India named ...
... and stored our bags for the day. We were immensely proud of ourselves for accomplishing all of this. We high-fived each other,....got back on the Metro, and headed for the city center. Oh,....almost forgot, at the Metro,....where the attendant spoke NO English,.....she called the 'Police' to help us. They came,...and directed us as to which way to go to locate the train depo. As they stood there,....Kris,....being the 'tourist' that ...
... li>Blokes were singing archipela in the very specky Alexander Nevsky Patriarchal Memorial church, sounded fantastic. Took vid but bloke got upset. Saw Mikey doing it so thort was OK. Normally the guide warns you and there are signs everywhere but did not notice anything. get story
... tied to the Bulgarian Mafia. Another election was held in May, but none of the parties appealed to the young voters of Bulgaria and thus many did not vote. So when, the old Communist party, now called the Socialists won many seats, they formed a union with the Movement for the Rights and Freedoms, a political party designed to look after the interests of the Bulgarian Turks, a Muslim minority in the country and they formed a ...