On the first week of December you may have happened to see a group of people gathering in the Town Hall square. Despite there being well over a hundred people, there is no need to worry. These people are not political, most of them even don't smoke. They simply gather for an annual birthday celebration of three local guys who like it big.
The Bansko town is wrapped in the off-season quiet and looks a few sizes too big for the number of people on the streets. Turns out that coworking space with its nomads' influx makes a notable difference. With approximately 40 digital nomads who rent apartments, buy food and keep up an active social life can actually make a difference to a small town economy.
There is a home for a digital-nomads in a Bulgarian mountain town. Next three weeks I will be a nomad in residency in Coworking Bansko. My arrival day is Sunday and the bus reaches the remote village after 5 pm. Surely nobody is still working there?