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With zero driving experience but a hundred percent travel determination, I rely on public transport to get from A to B. So when I hit ground in Bulgaria, I naturally inquired how I would get around. Turns out travelling Bulgaria by busis quite easy. But not entirely without the occasional challenge.
Visiting Buffalo was such a no brainer. I was at the Niagara Falls and on my way to New York City. Stopping in the second most populous city in the state of New York. Of course, I had to check it out and I had high expectations knowing this fact. But then I was wildly […]
How did Bulgaria look like? I had no idea prior to my arrival. Maybe some old-fashioned houses, some typical Eastern European influence? I touched down in Sofia and was surprised. Everything looked rather familiar. If you had shown me a picture of some of the streets I curiously strolled along, I would have guessed them […]
“Your ticket,” he was blurting out his words at me. Again? I just gave him my ticket. What receipt should I put into my taxes folder if the Bosnian bus driver took that one as well? He just looked at me with daggers in his eyes. He was a no nonsense man.