We were in Pleven at her parents
hmm, i wont start explaining you 'how the stuff work' in bulgaria, just advice you to ask somebody (bulgarian) to tell you what pleven is famous for. still, no offence really, but you sound like this 'typical' polish holidaymaker in bulgaria - absolute uninterested in understanding my country. wish you luck with you relationship.
The steward serving a breakfast, Neso (Serb), went to the messroom and greeted us: "Good morning! Good morning, Polish Brothers!" and then the oldest of us, Ryszard the bosun, gentle, well trimmed, 60 years old man went mad. I've never seen him before like that. "F*ck off, Neso!" he roared "Kurwa, if you look for brothers, go there!" and pointed at Bulgarian table.
quite typical also.
One day even the last Polish redneck will notice that WW2 is over and times are different now...
towards germany, yep. most young polish i know arent that much into this hatred towards germans, but they absolutely and insanely hate everything russian and this one wont go away. the irony is that polish and russians are so much look alike.