I have been to Sunny Beach and seen these people walk the streets looking for easy prey, the gypsy women with the drugged baby to keep them quiet, the gypsy boy with the puppy with the broken leg, and walking a long and from out of nowhere the poor dancing bear with its teeth ripped out.
But in all the times I have been staying at my place in Primorsko, the only gypsies I have seen have been sitting quietly and discreetly on the kerb selling cray fish and corn on the cob. Primorsko is vacated by mainly Bulgarian tourists, there is hardly a brit in sight. My point is, why doesn't places like Primorsko have the problems like they do in Sunny beach? Is the answer that the Bulgarians will simply not put up with these scumbags and kick them to the kerb and then police will come along and arrest these thieves and then lock them up? Or do the police keep them away from Primorsko in the first place? Or is it that the majority of Bulgarians do not carry large amounts of cash on them?
My brother has not long returned from Sunny beach and he said that the 18-30 crew are hitting there big time. The thieves are going to have a field day with all those un-exspecting drunkard young men & women, god help them! White socks & sandals
and the handkerchief on the head is not going to save you. Why do the brits forget their common sense and leave it at home when they are abroad?
My advice to anyone staying in these mostly brit tourist area's is: Don't carry large amounts of cash, don't stray off the beaten track, don't accept drinks in a bar off anyone. No matter where you go in the world there is always someone who will rob you if you they get the chance.