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Old 04-24-2019, 03:45 AM   #380
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Originally Posted by Big Bad Sven View Post
In Melbourne I met a lot of Bulgarians from the social circles I was in (internationals). There seems to be quite a few that have arrived in Melbourne to study English and also work. When Bulgarian sports stars came into the city they would throw big parties

I never had any problems with them and they seemed quite friendly to me once I told them I was Macedonian. The odd one or two would say something stupid like we are the same or speak the same language. I would politely correct them lol

In the city I live in I have met a few as well, they have a growing community as well. Same deal, international students, people working in jobs like bar men, cleaners etc

I have also met many young girls come here with Australian partners.
I think now with the EU and the Bulgarian economy still struggling Australia will see more Bulgarians (and Romanians) migrating to Australia.
That's really interesting BBS! I have to say for the most part I have never really had many issues on a personal level with Greeks or Serbians here, some underlying tensions for sure but nothing too serious, so I would say Bulgarians in Australia would be the same scenario. In saying that I am sure many have experienced the opposite end of dealing with some of the more crazy types of these communities.
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