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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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    Jeff @ Go Travelzing

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    You are crazy! I have no idea what any of these word have to do with getting a girl in bed except maybe Tequila.

    It is funny that you mention the difference between Mexican Spanish and Spain Spanish. Last year I took a Spanish class and I drove the teacher crazy because I wanted to learn the Spain Spanish. She was from Mexico and since I live close to Mexico most people wanted to learn the Mexican version. She was however very knowledgeable on the difference in Spanish in many different countries.

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    Crazy Sexy Fun Traveler via Facebook

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    ya lo se 😛

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    Abraham Garcia Estrella via Facebook

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    Si que capturaste nuestra esencia como mexicanos jajajaja

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    Crazy Sexy Fun Traveler

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    Comment@ Hannah @ Getting Stamped:
    Haha you will hear it everywhere 😀 Loved Tulum!

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    Hannah @ Getting Stamped

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    Great post! We will be in Tulum, Mexico in 5 days! Now I will know what they are saying, mainly hot girl!!

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    Ali Gökkaya via Facebook

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    I should have learnt that before lol

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    crazy sexy fun traveler

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    Comment@ Martin Reyes:
    jajjaa pues ves, asi es … no naciste en otra parte dl mundo? 😀 Hm, no creo, el nombre no m suena … tonces creo q no lo habia probado, q pena!

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    Martin Reyes

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    Comment@ crazy sexy fun traveler:
    Si, de acuerdo a mi acta de nacimiento si soy mexicano aunque mis amigos americanos me dicen que no lo soy por que “no hablo como mexicano, no me gusta el picante y me encanta el futbol americano”
    Por cierto mi comida favorita es el estofado, no se si lo probaste alguna vez,es uno de los pocos guisos que no son picantes en Mexico.

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    crazy sexy fun traveler

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    Comment@ Martin Reyes:
    Jaja en serio? Q raro? Seguro q eres mexicano? 😀 Yo no puedo comer nada picante y tampoco uso wey 😛

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    Martin Reyes

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    Hola,tenia que comentar este articulo(muy divertido por cierto)aunque no lo creas yo soy mexicano pero jamas uso la palabra “wey” de hecho odio esa palabra y algo aun mas raro es que no me gusta la comida muy picante y creeme que es algo complicado cuando soy invitado a comer!

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    laura

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    so funny!! will have to bear in mind 🙂

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      crazy sexy fun traveler

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      Laura, I am sure you would just have to smile or wink to get what you want, but if someone tells you those phrases, at least you will know what they mean 😀

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    crazy sexy fun traveler

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    Haha guys, I know the Argentinian accent pretty well, too! You know, telenovelas, and I used to live with an Argentinian guy and had some more friends from Argentina. I so love the singing Argentinian accent together with the Mexican one!

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    Henry Lee

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    Alex: Vale / listo. 🙂

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    Duane Storey

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    You should head to Argentina – it’s a totally weird form of voseo spanish that sounds a lot like italian. It’s really cool.

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    Nomadic Samuel

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    This is a funny post 😛 I found that living in Korea as an English teacher that I was exposed to a lot of ‘grammatically’ incorrect phrases; when I came back to Canada I started speaking some of them myself much to the shock of my friends and family 😛

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    Bjorn Karlman

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    Funny post! I thought the Argentine castellano was even tougher than Mexican Spanish… with Argentines you have to fend with the accent, the new words AND the creido style:) I love both countries though. Can’t wait to visit again!

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    crazy sexy fun traveler

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    Haha so u liked it 😀 Good! Yes, they do understand baños, but you could never see it written anywhere, they don’t even use the word in between themselves.

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    Christian Eilers

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    Alex, you are too funny. Of course a tall, skinny, white woman such as yourself would go to Mexico and only hear this part of the language, lol. But a lot of the words that you described as Spanish from Spain, I think, is valid in Mexico, such as baños. Anyways, great article, my stomach hurts from laughing 🙂

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    crazy sexy fun traveler

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    Crees q funcionaria? 😛

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    Luis lever

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    Lol

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