Reporting from Rila Today, November second, marks three years to the day from my first and most recent trip to Bulgaria’s Rila Monastery. It so happens I will be returning to the monastery today. To refresh my mind about the intrigue and the significance of the place, I watched the video I filmed
Josh Friedman shares his top lesson for anyone seeking a new life abroad or a new life of travel. Filmed outside Alexander Nevsky Cathedral in Sofia, Bulgaria RELATED READING: 7 WAYS TO FLY FOR FREE 6 WAYS TO FIND THE CHEAPEST FLIGHTS
Josh Friedman and Brent Sanders share their thoughts and impressions on meeting and interviewing Dinko Valev, Bulgaria's renowned "refugee hunter" (aka Dinko from Yambol). Does Dinko come across as credible? What is he like to be around in person? Josh and Brent also discuss the wider refugee situation in Bulgaria and how that plays into Dinko's
"I don't want these people in Bulgaria," Dinko Valev, Bulgaria's renowned "refugee hunter," says of the asylum seekers entering Europe during recent migrant waves. Valev (aka Dinko from Yambol) obtained fame and possibly fortune after he tied up a group of asylum seekers, filmed them lying on the ground and called the police to pick them up.
On this edition of the FreeManCast, Josh Friedman and Brent Sanders mourn the destruction of Bulgaria's communist 1300 Years monument. After hitting the big Five O, Brent discusses memories and lessons from having spent more than half his life in Bulgaria. In particular, Brent recollects the turbulent 1990s and how the city of Sofia
Alex "Sasha Daygame" Lasarev By JOSH FRIEDMAN SOFIA, Bulgaria — Departing from countries ranging from Japan to Brazil and Canada to New Zealand, men of countless walks of life journeyed to Sofia, Bulgaria, Europe’s highest capital, to absorb the teachings of a lineup of lesser-known gurus assembled by a comedian-turned-pickup artist-turned-professional at “waking