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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.

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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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    Pess

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    Wow!! A dream job of mine.. But meehnn.. Like I lost a lil interest. So its this more stressful. And the going and coming with a mobile phone.. Hmmm

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    Sam

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    Interesting article, I’ve heard conflicting stories about United Arab Emirates stewardesses during there time at posh hotels. Some say they have to abide by strict curfews while others say they have wild, crazy ‘sex parties’ planned at hotels in certain hotspots. I was recently at a luxury hotel just outside San Francisco where an UAE crew was staying and I heard a lot of ‘Bumping and grinding” going on even out in the hallways. Not sure if it was the UAE flight crew but I thought you might have some insight on these stories.

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      Crazy Sexy Fun Traveler

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      Sam, I have no comments. I don’t talk abut other people but parties are normal everywhere, I guess.

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    Lindsey

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    That was so interesting! I read part of a book called “Cruising Attitude” and it was stories about the author’s life as a flight attendant. Have you written more posts about it? I would love to hear/read more! I didn’t know flight attendants could get so many injuries!

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      Crazy Sexy Fun Traveler

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      No, I haven’t written more posts about this part of my life but maybe I should as many people are asking me about it 🙂

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    Crazy sexy fun traveler

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    Comment@ Prince Bhatia:
    Happy to show you the insights of this job as many people don’t really understand what it is all about 😉

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    Prince Bhatia

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    I really enjoy your blog because the things I read here are new to me. I though the cabin crew is very high paid job but you proved me wrong. Another thing I was not aware that you have to take care of skin and hair more than anybody else. I just want know how much stress involve in this job. From outside it looks very glamorous and kind of a dream job.

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    crazy sexy fun traveler

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    Comment@ Worldfamilytravellers:
    Thanks for the comment! Yes, I used to work for Ryanair and some of the passengers were grumpy and horrible.

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    Worldfamilytravellers

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    Great post. I think some people are so involved with themselves, that they don’t stop to think that the workers around them are people too. I bet you deal with some real jerks up there, and have to work hard to stay positive. Judging by your picture, it looks like you might work for Ryanair, if that is the case, I’m guessing you get some really grumpy travelers that are upset about fees or aren’t seasoned travelers. I always appreciate a good flight attendant, especially one that tries to help make the travel experience better for me and my family.

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    crazy sexy fun traveler

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    Comment@ Alex d F:
    Alex, thank you for your opinion. I do agree with you, long haul flights are less stressful for the cabin crew which is visible on their happiness 🙂 Safe onward flights!

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    Alex d F

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    Hi there, I have no idea how I stumbled across your blog but that’s the way of the lateral universe of the internet.

    I enjoyed your article about being an air stewardess. In the last couple of years I have had the honour to fly more often than in my entire life put together. I would like to express that I massively respect cabin crew. I certainly do not think they are just waiters in the sky ( and let’s not disrespect waiters either, to be a good waiter takes great skills on many levels ). I am personally not particularly comfortable with the idea of being in this hugely complex flying machine, relying on human and computers to keep us alive in this artificially pressured environment,so I admire the lack of fear that you cabin crew have. You always look so calm… and I look to your faces for re-assurance when there is turbulence… if I saw fear or concern in your eyes it would raise my blood pressure to uncontrollable !

    I admire the fact that you have deal with all sorts of situations with people from all walks of life.

    What I have observed, is the happiness of the cabin crew distinctly seems to vary from airline to airline. For example, the crew on Easyjet tend to seem fairly happy and smiley whilst the crew on Ryan Air are more often blank faced and touchy if you ask them something. The other day I was on a busy flight and couldn’t find any space to put my back in the overhead compartment. The stewardess sternley said ‘theres no room left, you have to put it in front of you…’ – and she was clearly defensive and almost expecting me to argue with her. I did not and just endured the entire flight with my sizable hand case where my feet should be.

    THe happiest airline crew seem to be the long-haul. On Kingfisher ( Indian airline ) the staff were impeccably happy and helpful. The same can be said for Emirates. I can only assume they are paid more and get more perks because of the long-haul nature.

    Anyway I must stop talking and do some of my own work.

    I hope one day to free myself from office work and do something with travelling, writing and passion like you.

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    crazy sexy fun traveler

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    Comment@ Petrichor:
    Thank you! Good to know that I opened the eyes of someone and it is not just the cabin crew who realise all these things 🙂
    I quit my job in march, but still enjoy traveling 🙂

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    Petrichor

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    Thanks to your post I now have a better understanding and more respect and admiration for cabin crew. I now realise how hard you have to work. I think if passengers are just more courteous and understanding towards cabin crew that would make your job more enjoyble.

    It is shameful that some male passengers harass female cabin crew; they probably have the same attitude towards women in general, not just towards stewardesses.

    On a positive note, I love the photos! Seeing such incredible views every time you fly must be one of the best things about being a stewardess.

    I hope you continue enjoying your travels and your job.

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    crazy sexy fun traveler

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    Ed, every job has advantages and disadvantages, these are just one of them 😀

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    Ed

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    I’ve seriously thought about becoming a flight steward. At least my dreams of traveling will already be satisfied as it’s already part of the job.

    Thank you for sharing these insights on the cons of being a cabin crew staff. Definitely it’s not all fun and games and it’s just part of the job that one can get.

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    crazy sexy fun traveler

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    Ayan, this is what everyone thinks, but as you can see, it’s not true. Hope you see it now more realistically thanks to my post 😉

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    ayan

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    surprisingly this is my first time to hear a stewardess rant about her job. you are really spot-on about the misconceptions, i admit i have always seen flight attendants as lucky people who get to see the world for free, doing an easy job =)

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    Diego

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    Just like Jarrod, I also had the fancy to become a Cabin Crew – actually I kind of do, but never thought about all the cons this profession has. Honestly I don’t know if I could take unpolite passengers without replying back in the same terms, I think I would get crazy soon enough! hahaha

    And when I see that quite the large amount of you are so kind to us passengers, it seems even more unfair what certain people do! (and the worst thing is that a transatlantic flight carry 200 nice people, but it only takes 1 unpleasant being to ruin a nice day, unfortunately. :()

    Anyway, I bet there are lots of good things, too, and they always prevail over the bad ones, don’t they? 🙂

    Thanks for sharing your thoughts, always nice for a passionate traveller like me to get to know our dear Cabin Crew members! 😉

    Cheers,
    Diego

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      crazy sexy fun traveler

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      That’s the point! All the pasengers nice except one and that just one ruins everything. I mostly have Italian passengers which is good in a way cos I can’t speak Italian good enough to answer them how they deserve… but this way they will never shut up and listen…
      Thanks for ur comment 😉

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    crazy sexy fun traveler

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    Jarrod!!! I love ur comment, we share the opinions! I wish all the passengers where like u! Hope to see u on one of my flights 😉
    And yes, there r people who love to complain and argue but unfortunately we cant answer them in a way they deserve! Not fair haha …
    Thanks again for ur opinions 😉

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    jarrod

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    I read with interest this article about cabin crew as a job, Ive always had an interest in air travel, I regularly fly throughout the Uk mainly so ive seen a few things. Im currently reading a book entitled “Airline Identity, Design and Culture” by Keith Lovegrove which I recomend if this is your subject. Its an interesting insight into air Travel on board.
    During my flights in my lifetime Ive watched with interest, learnt from what ive seen and comunicating with other Cabin crew. I have a friend who flies with Monarch as cabin crew, she is often away weeks on end and the word “home” is almost non existant, going home is a Holiday!
    You have to respect these people (cabin crew) there is nothing that annoys me most than people who pay no attention when the safety announcment is made! If the plane crashes I want to have a chance of surviving so no matter how repetitive it is, no matter how many times its been said I LISTEN! People think it could never happen to them, if it did i wouldnt want to be on that flight with them!
    Cabin Crew are nice to you, BE NICE TO THEM BACK!
    The flights you describe are mainly short haul I would imagine? I can not imagine what a long haul flight must be like? Say australia or USA. Not only is it the fatigue but ther is meals to think about also which is yet another job for the Cabin Crew to Deal with.
    I can relate to you about the free flights for Cabin Crew issue too! A recent chat with a very tired British Airways Cabin Crew from Heathrow to Edinburgh, told me how much she had to pay for her flight to get home!!! I naturally thought all employees would be looked after by there employers of air travel but nO??? She actually had to pay more than my fare was!!!!!!!!!!! Thats sick and I soon wrote to British airways to say so shortly after I got home!
    My Final point is the people that complain! Some people live to complain!!! They see a nice natured cabin crew who they know can not answer back the way they might like to and take advantage to give them hell. Its at this point ive often felt like getting up myself and saying just ease off! I know Cabin Crew are trained to deal with with these sad o types in the correct manor but its more unneccessary stress for an already hard working job.
    So, to you and all your fellow Cabin Crew I have one thing to say “RESPECT” . When ever Ive travelled Ive been treated in a nice and friendly manor and I wouldnt want to respond back in any other way. And believe me, it does pay to be nice, my last flight I got a second free drink from the Cabin crew!!!! ;):)
    Well done for writing this article, perhaps a few more people will realise now its not all fun and games, and i for one support your views 100%!

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Who is Crazy Sexy Fun Traveler?

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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