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Postby lost » Sat 24 Jan 2009 14:12 GMT

Please help, I will be coming to Bulgaria in June with my boyfriend, he is Bulgarian. He comes from a village close to Plovdiv. I believe the name is Streamer/stremar. im not sure of the spelling. Please if u have any information at all on this area, what is there? As a 20 year old english girl will i find work? I can speak very very little Bulgarian.
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Postby Trev » Sat 24 Jan 2009 18:24 GMT

Dear Lost,

Could you not ask your boyfriend for the proper name of the village?

It really would help us to tell you more about the location, and your future prospects here in Bulgaria.
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Thanks for reply

Postby lost » Mon 26 Jan 2009 09:28 GMT

Stremer, It is Close to Plovdiv.
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Postby Trev » Mon 26 Jan 2009 16:33 GMT

Hi,

Think you will find it is spelled Struma.

Click HERE to see a map.

As far as work goes, you will always have a problem because of the language barrier. It might be possible to get seasonal work during the tourist season, however, you are still going to need some Bulgarian.
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