We, Bulgarian women, are convinced that the key to a happy relationship is surprises and spontaneity. If you’re sick, we’ll nurse you to health (provided that you trust our superior self-medication skills enough).One day you might come home to find you hazel-eyed, brunette lady as a sparkling blonde; on a Saturday she’ll take you on a weekend escape to her in Kyustendil and next thing you know, she’ll be driving you across the border to Greece for some olives and baklava, only to prove that her baklava is waaay better. If you’re sad, we’ll be your shrink and listen patiently.The landscape consists of mountains, foothills, and plains.
The names "Bulgar", and "Bulgarian" most likely derive from a Turkic verb meaning "to mix." Ethnic Bulgarians trace their ancestry to the merging of Bulgars (or Proto-Bulgarians), a central Asian Turkic people, and Slavs, a central European people, beginning in the seventh century in what is now northeastern Bulgaria.
Situated in an upland basin near the western border, Sofia was on the crossroads of major trade routes between the Aegean Sea and the Danube and between Turkey and central Europe.
It also offered easy access to Macedonian lands, which were not part of the new Bulgarian state.
Our moms teach us the classic “a man’s love goes through his stomach,” so prepare for opulent dinners of ?
Well, that absolutely applies to us, Bulgarians, too.