The short and straightforward answer to the notorious question of whether one (or even worse, a group or family) can get bed bugs from good old camping is: YES! You can indeed take home unwanted hitchhikers that suck on blood and thus further infest both your home and expose nearby properties to a terrible risk, up to an endless cycle of infesting. Continue Reading →
October 1, 2020
by Dmitri Kara Comments Off on 7 Things You Can Do to Prepare for Your First Post-Quarantine Trip
Who would have thought we would be literally trapped in our houses almost all throughout 2020? Well, the reality is a sort of bleak, especially if you’re a traveler who always has a trip planned, but the pandemic won’t last forever.
Prep for your next trip once it’s safe to travel—this will keep you busy and sane for sure.
Off-road trails are a connection to the wild past of our planet and the earth before human civilization. It is an excellent activity to escape from the hectic chaos of the urban world and reconnect with our primordial selves. Off-roading is a raw and pure emotion that can become extremely contagious when you accustom yourself to it. Off-roading allows you to stop following the roads and explore the wilderness where there are no roads.
Dear All, I am so happy to announce you my new webpage –http://privateguidebulgaria.com/ on which I was working for the last few months. It’s about my tour guiding services in Bulgaria and the Balkans. There you will find a lot of interesting information, helpful tips and ideas for Guided and Self-guided custom tours, adventure tours, different activities, traditional festivals, women-only tours, Sofia city tours, bunch of day trips and multi-day adventures and all you need to know about this part of the world.
So, if you, your family or friends need a tour guide in Bulgaria or help to plan a tour around, don’t hesitate to contact me at any time. Continue Reading →
Easter is a major holiday in Bulgaria: its Bulgarian name “Velikden” means “great day”. The preparation for the day starts a week earlier, with the customs established in the centuries, based on traditions and intertwined with Bulgarian customs.
Usually Easter in Bulgaria is one week after the Catholic Easter. The day of Orthodox Easter is calculated in relation to the first full moon after the spring equinox. Continue Reading →
Borovets – the oldest Bulgarian ski resort is one of my favorite places for skiing in Bulgaria. You wonder why I prefer it to the others? Not that crowded, not that expensive ski resort with excellent conditions for night skiing, located just hour and half away from Sofia. What else? O yeah, it’s just BEAUTIFUL! Continue Reading →
“What is this Monument?” and “Why it’s still here?” are questions all my tourists ask me every time we pass the city center on the way to the National Palace of the Culture. But the question which scares me the most is “What do you think about it?”. My answer is always the same: “To be honest, can’t wait the day when it will be leveled to the ground!” Continue Reading →
Varna – the sea capital of Bulgaria a.k.a my home town is one of the most famous summer destinations in Bulgaria. Unfortunately, I can’t say this for the winter season. However, while in Sofia only a few small squares are decorated, Varna is shining of lights, colors and Christmas spirit carried by the cold sea wind. I really love it! Continue Reading →