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Crazy Sexy Fun Traveler

Alex is a crazy Slovak girl who made traveling the reason of her life. In March 2011 she quit her stewardess job and hasn't stopped ever since. Her motto is ''I live to travel, I travel to live.'' She writes about crazy travel, fun adventures and sexy photos.

How to be FIT when traveling

After years on the road and health courses around the world, as a certified Fitness Nutrition Coach I finally found out how to be fit (not only) when traveling.

I tried almost anything out there to get rid of some diseases that seem to be normal in our society but definitely are not ok when you lead a healthy life.

Plus, more than 60 world travelers share their best secrets about how they stay fit when traveling.

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    Ε imon

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    I agree only with the negativity.
    Unhealthy food? It is our traditional food. The food of our ancestors and they eat what they have. We doesn’t eat pirohy or halusky every day just only in rare occasion.
    Smoking on public places in Slovakia is forbidden for many years.
    Drinking too much alcohol? I agree, but no one force you to drink if you won’t. It’s just the other tradition in Slovakia to welcome someone with alcohol.

    No beaches? We’ve got beaches but no sea πŸ˜€ However we have many artificial beaches on lakes, rivers and other places. Also we have a many thermal spring with therapeutic effects.

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    Frank

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    Hi Alexandra – always love your posts. I was curious to read this one because we are currently in the Czech Republic where, as you say, people usually have a glum exterior similar to that in Slovakia. They definitely don’t smile and can be quite surly. I read an interesting book on the Czech character that I reviewed and found quite interesting: http://bbqboy.net/a-review-xenophobes-guide-czechs/
    We’ve met some nice people though too and I wonder if Czechs/Slovaks (in general) just present a surly exterior that isn’t necessarily a reflection of how they are; we’ve had people give us their seats on the bus for us, help us get metro tickets…You can compare to an American who’ll be the friendliest guy on earth but when it really comes down won’t help you out when you need help. Different nationalities put on a different front but often times the interior is quite similar.

    Like you I love Mexicans and most Latino cultures. And your friend Arturo is right, not just about Europeans but most people in the west. Maybe we just have it all too easy which makes it boring – we need something to complain about.

    Great post!
    Frank (bbqboy)
    Ps. Would love your feedback on my post. Curious how Slovaks feel about the Czechs.

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      Crazy Sexy Fun Traveler

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      Hey Frank, thanks for your honest comment. Well, it’s never easy to generalize, right? I just wish all people would be more positive and not fake. Negativity brings you down and being fake doesn’t get you anywhere, so whats the point for these two qualities? πŸ™‚ I’m gonna check out your post and let you know my thoughts πŸ˜‰

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    mm

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    You say this is not nationality thing but still you put all Slovakians into one sack. You must have lived in one hell of a place to based your experience that people are unhappy. Well, let me tell you “People living in Slovakia do smile too”.

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      Crazy Sexy Fun Traveler

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      I never said people do not smile in Slovakia, after all, I am from there and spent 18 years there and since then spend a few weeks/months still there every year. But every single person who travels will realize that if you compare the nationalities, then the Slovaks are less happy, smile less and complain more. And if you don’t think so, then just go to countries like Central America or Mexico, for example.

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        tomas

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        I believe and I see people changed in Slovakia. They are very nice. I had similiar opinion but more often I am coming home I see how nice people are in Slovakia. Slovakians help you no problem as well . I am not living in Slovakia last 11 years but i see big improve in people behaviour. You can not expect people smiling all the time especially if you know how much money they make in Slovakia.

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          Crazy Sexy Fun Traveler

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          I so know what you mean, Tomas πŸ˜‰ I’ve been abroad for almost 13 years and try to understand the people back home but they are still more negative than my fave Latinos.

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    mm

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    I wouldn’t call it negativity. I think people are more honest the way they feel and don’t pretend to act around others like in some other countries. You say that people ask in Spain, The U.S. or other countries “How are you?” but to tell the truth mostly they do not care for the answer. If you ask in Slovakia someone “How are you?” then they really want to know and they listen.
    Slovakian people went through some rough times and they have to work hard for their living. They are humble people and even though, they might have some different approach to some things than others, it is that what makes their culture unique. Whether in other countries culture just disappeared.

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      Crazy Sexy Fun Traveler

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      Well, I do agree with some things you said but not with all. People in other parts of the world do care about you, this is not a nationality thing, the answer is though. No one wants to hear just the bad things that have happened to you, not even in Slovakia, and not even if like you say, people care about you. There’s other countries where have to work way harder to make living than in Slovakia, yet they are still smiling and happy every single day. This is what I am talking about.

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    jareso

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    We have many beaches here in Slovakia, such as beaches of large dams, those are quite vast and with beautiful nature too, but I understand that real sea or ocean is something completely different.

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      Crazy Sexy Fun Traveler

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      I don’t count lake beaches the same as sea beaches though, unfortunately.

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    Crazy Sexy Fun Traveler

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    Comment@ flipnomad:
    Much agreed, we should be positive, productive and happy πŸ™‚

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    flipnomad

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    good for you to fight back the negativity around you! staying negative most of the times is F**** exhausting and not to mention unproductive πŸ™‚

    safe travels Alex

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    Crazy Sexy Fun Traveler

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    Comment@ Franca:
    True, more and more people become positive which is a good sign πŸ™‚

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    Franca

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    Negativity isn’t good! I’m pretty sure not every Slovakian is the same way, isn’t it? You managed to fight it and you did pretty well! πŸ™‚

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    Crazy Sexy Fun Traveler

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    Comment@ A:
    Well, maybe me too πŸ˜€

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    Bella

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    Hey, negativity is what we humans do best. What’s better when waiting for a late bus, finding your favourite store closed, or coming to terms with a different culture and a different country, than moaning and having a good grumble.
    I’m English and complaining to each other is what we do best.

    That said, I applaud you’re positivity and agree with you about the points you’ve raised about your country, although I’ve only visited once, and then as a real tourist πŸ˜‰

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      Crazy Sexy Fun Traveler

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      The worst thing is that negativity brings even more negativity.

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    Lukas Cech

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    You hit it right on the head with the negativity. ThereΒ΄s always something to complain about and thereΒ΄s not point trying to change it. — is the general attitude πŸ™‚

    Hopefully this is more of a hangover from the old communist era and young people see things more positive.

    Hey, I know a bunch of great people from Slovakia who travel the world, thatΒ΄s a good start ;).

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    Hogga

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    lol @ treated like someone from Star Wars

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    Crazy Sexy Fun Traveler

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    Comment@ Adam Pervez | HappinessPlunge.com:
    Much agreed, Adam! Let’s show the others that it is possible to be positive πŸ™‚

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    Adam Pervez | HappinessPlunge.com

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    Great post! I noticed the same thing a couple weeks ago when I left 3 months of being around happy, positive people in Cyprus and landed in Hungary. I realized that the smiles were gone, people seemed to be much ruder to strangers, and there was just lots of negativity and despair in the air. It’s not impossible to maintain personal happiness when surrounded by unhappy people, but it’s much harder. I think by noticing that everyone else is negative, you’ve already transcended the negativity. You just have to keep the fuel going on the positivity fire within yourself! πŸ™‚

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Alex is a crazy Slovak girl who made traveling the reason of her life. In 2010 she quit her stewardess job and hasn't stopped traveling ever since. Her motto is ''I live to travel, I travel to live.'' She writes about crazy travel, fun adventures and sexy photos. Alex is also a raw vegan specialist, fitness health coach and yoga teacher.

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