After reading the previous topic, I thought, I would lighten the tone slightly, first who am I and what do I know. Well, I have been in Bulgaria since early 2008, I live in the Kardjali area about 10 km from the Greek border that will open one day... honest!
So as this is the bad vibes section here are the things that really get up my nose:
Shaky Head - Although I have since got over this up down no, left right yes. I have ended up buying things I don't want and all sorts of trouble.
M-Tel Customer Service. The customer is always wrong! Again I have got over this and now don't speak to them until I have had sto gramme of whiskey, then everything is plain sailing.
Not original I know, but pot holes. I brought my motorbike over from the UK and have hardly used it as I don't want to kill myself on the roads. This, even in the last two years has improved quite a lot though, so it might get a spin this year!!
Bozar!: If you haven't tried it don't, absolutely horrid malted drink that smells of cat sick (disguises itself as chocolate milkshake - don't be fooled). I have personally written to Borisov to have it banned!
Kashkaval: (yellow Cheese). Bulgaria you make some of the best white cheese going, what's with the plastic yellow stuff!
Last and by no means least documents and stamps. Even the locals in my pub feel ashamed the amount of signatures that are required on one document, One document one signature. How hard is it.
These are my gripes with Bulgaria, that is why I am so happy here. I also believe they can all be fixed. Especially the Bosar and Kashkaval.