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tamarisk posted Blood donation VT area/ anyone willing? on the Bulgaria forum on May 22, 2015:
Hi, I am new to the forum but not Bulgaria. My partner is in intensive care in VT. Is there anyone in the area willing to donate some blood please? The blood group doesn't matter, it is to keep up supplies at the blood bank. You have to be under 60 and obviously quite healthy. Apparently you even get a goodie box from the hospital.
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chloestclair posted looking for some new friends to meet on the Bulgaria forum on May 19, 2015:
Hello everyone, my name is Chloe, i'm 25 and from London but I live in Moscow. I am coming to Bourgas in June for 3.5 weeks with a Russian family to nanny and teach english to their two children for 5 hours a day with one day off a week. I will have a lot of time off and be on my own, it would be fantastic to meet some people who can show me round and have a drink or two ;-) Looking forward to hearing from you guys. Thank you so much. :-)
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vivihihi replied to the thread Bulgaria Address on the Bulgaria forum on May 13, 2015:
vivihihi initially posted:
I am looking for someone who has permanent address in Bulgaria to do online shopping. I am willing to pay for shipping and handling charge. Please help. Thanks!
vivihihi replied on May 13, 2015 with:
Thank you so much Serpico !!!! I just sent a request to add you in Skype. Let's chat there. Thanks!
Serpico replied on May 12, 2015 with:
Hi, i will be happy to help you. My address in Sofia please let me know how can i help you. Skype thebronxman
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Fribble replied to the thread Who's selling in May ? on the Bulgaria forum:
DianeandLarry initially posted:
Hi any expats out in the Bourgas region. We are coming out first week in May and will be purchasing while out there. Criteria is *Min land 2000 " bedrooms 2 *internal stairs or bungalow * 20,000 euro approx * approx -1 hour to coast & 1 hour to Bougas airport * must be renovated to a decent standard and possibly out buildings Please either pm or email direct Thanks :-)
Fribble replied on May 11, 2015 with:
Hi there, My house has views 'to die for' over a beautiful valley. We had a new roof put on but the builder knocked down as small porch & didn't treat the new wooden floor kindly, so I won't kid you - it Defo needs some work done. But I'll be sorry to see it go - nice & close to Bourgas, in the village of Nedialsko, where I have noticed the houses are snapped up immediately they come up for sale. Here are the details:http://www.bgdreamhome.co.uk/show_prop.php?Details=Details&propid=639 Let me know if you're interested. Kind regards J. Godfrey
Serpico replied on March 21, 2015 with:
Hi, Why don’t to make research some properties for sale in General Toshevo area, there is really good location also close to Black Sea coast in north. It will cover your budget so you can find a lot of British relocation people there. Success.
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jackielt replied to the thread Retiring to Bulgaria on the Bulgaria forum:
jackielt initially posted:
Hello. I am just considering retiring to Bulgaria. It's only just in the last few days that I have started looking and would really appreciate some feedback from someone who has already made the move. I am a woman on her own. I love the countryside and nature and would, ideally, love to live in a beautiful area. The house itself is not important, except that it would need to have some character. I also need to take daily medicine and need to know how the health system works in Bulgaria. Any help or advice would be very much appreciated. Thank you.
jackielt replied most recently with:
Hello and thank you for your reply. It's good to know you don't have any regrets and I will certainly look into this further. All the best.
staloneuk replied most recently with:
Hi, the best way you can be advised properly is if you perhaps give an outline of what you like in regards to area and if you like it warmer or cooler and such as that. I have retired to Bulgaria and live in a village in the north. The village is about 20 killometers from 2 towns and has all facilities such as doctor, shops, and the towns have hospitals and everything that you would need. If you would like to be near the sea, or in a sleepy village, then perhaps you could visit with a friend and get a feel for whichever kind of area that you think would suit you. There is so much to see and do here, and quite honestly no way of really knowing if you have chosen the right place until you have spent some time there. We felt good about our village, and have no regrets at all. It is peaceful, as most villages are, and even though we hear that other people have problems, it is all about you, and how you understand and fit in with your new neighbors. As long as you bring some meds with you and they have your name on them, you can see either your local doctor or one in the nearest town, and they will prescribe them for you. There is so much that I could say, but all in all, suggest that you ask more direct questions and outline just what you want and neede. If you have any specific questions, then the guys on the forum will help you I am sure. Good luck, and you will be fine...
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Serpico replied to the thread Weather in Voneshta voda on the Bulgaria forum:
goodwinlucknow initially posted:
Hi, I am hoping to buy some property near Voneshta voda. I would like to know what the weather is like all year round in this area if anyone can help. How long does summer last? How long does winter last? How much does it rain? Average temperatures? How often does it snow and how many inches of snow usually? Any info will be much appreciated thanks :)
Serpico replied most recently with:
Voneshta Voda has warm and hot weather during the summer and cold winter during the winter. Summer the average daytime temperatures are about 22-23 degrees, and at night 10-15 degrees. Great summer weather in the middle part of stara planina. Unfortunately in winter is cold - in January the average temperature is - 5 degrees and can drop to - 20 degrees, a lot of snowing - about 60 centimetres., but not regular. Snowing has during late November to midd March. Rains fall usually in the spring from April to June. I hope that is useful for you. My source bulgarian article in wikipedia for stara planina http://bg.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%A1%D1%82%D0%B0%D1%80%D0%B0_%D0%BF%D0%BB%D0%B0%D0%BD%D0%B8%D0%BD%D0%B0
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19briot posted ZIP AND LINK BEDS on the Bulgaria forum:
Ok, ive looked everywhere, does anyone know where I can buy zip link beds in Bulgaria? basically, they are 2 3ft single beds that can be'zipped' together to make a kingsize bed. failing that, I am considering selling my 1 bed apartment in Albena, but I need to clear 25k (euro) I have a lovely apartment in a stunning complex but I never get to use it, only for renting. I know things are not good for selling, but im hoping it will i change.
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cherry1 replied to the thread Preparing to move to Bulgaria on the Bulgaria forum:
hibulgaria initially posted:
Hello all I want to prepare to move to Bulgaria when I retire approx 4 years time (i know I could be dead by then). I have been researching Bulgaria and looking at the views of expats living in Bulgaria. I want to come over and hire a car to take a look at areas that I am interested in. I would initially want to rent somewhere for a few months before buying. Could anyone tell me if a rental for say 6 months would be possible? I want to get a feel for the place and get a chance to talk to people to glean as much information as possible. I also want to keep away from estate agents. I would be grateful for your comments. Many thanks Pam
cherry1 replied most recently with:
Hi, I have a house in village Rogozina near Black Sea. It's a bungalow with 3 rooms, large kitchen and a new bathroom. There is a cellar and a big garden. The village is about 20km from Black Sea. I still live in UK, so the house is empty. There are few expats living in the village. Please let me know if you are interested.
Detelin replied most recently with:
I think that you are doing the right thing,one step at the time.Everything is possible. More info at http://bulgariatravelagent.com
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lyncarol replied to the thread Lack of money..killing the dream! on the Bulgaria forum:
Yrn4bg initially posted:
Hi, My partner and I are desperate to move to Bulgaria with our children, but the only thing holding us back is.. yes you guessed it... money. We don't own a home in UK nor have a nest egg nor family to supply us with an income while we settle. We would love a little house in a village and be as self sufficient as possible, we don't need all the major luxuries, just a chance to raise our children to learn the value and importance of family. We are both doing a Tefl course but doubt that it would be much use for securing employment over those with higher qualifications and experience. We would be willing to do pretty much anything, but then aren't most people! I would want to learn Bulgarian and enjoy as much of the local culture and tradition as possible. We also have debts in the UK which we would need to account for in terms of continuing to pay them off. If anyone has any ideas at all on how we could make it possible to make the move in the next year we would be extremely grateful!
lyncarol replied most recently with:
go to the mayor in a village you like and ask for property to buy,average would be about £ 3.000 but would need work possibly upto £10.000 of work including new kitchen bathroom doors windows roof etc
Morbeous replied most recently with:
You say not to buy via Estate Agents. If thats the case how to you find what properties are for sale? I have looked online myself at properties via an estate agent and have seen some 1 and 2 bed apartments fully furnished in Veliko Tarnavo for 25000 Euros to 30000 Euros which I consider to be cheap. What sort of price would I be looking at if I was to buy something like this but not via an Estate Agent?
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Hi all, I am looking for 1 or 2 bedrooms fully furnished apartment for rent in Mladost area, Drvenica, Musagenitsa, from the owner! Only seroius offers with photos and no agents, please. Thx, George
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