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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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    Comment@ Stephen S.:
    You will learn a lot Stephen if you do attend conferences 🙂 And you will meet me too 😉

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    Stephen S.

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    Interesting! I’m I just starting my life as a travel blogger and I’m hoping to attend these someday! Very entertaining.

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    Comment@ Gemma Suñer:
    Exactly, Gemma! I was so looking forward to it but both on Thursday and Sunday I was on trips so couldn’t do the city tour. At least I have a reason to come to Girona again 🙂

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    Gemma Suñer

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    Hi Alexandra!

    It’s a pity you couldn’t join any of the Girona’s city tours, as there were some on Thursday and Sunday… We knoe what we have to show you next time you visit the area!

    Cheers!

    Gemma.

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    Comment@ Karl aka Captain K:
    Thanks! See you there then 😉

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    Karl aka Captain K

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    I need to attend a conference next year, for the 1st time. Nice read .

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    Comment@ Si:
    Haha Simon, this comment of yours is really funny! Well, some things are the same at TBU and TBEX, others are very different, so it really depends on what you are looking for 😉

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    Si

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    As a completely neutral, unbiased observer – TBEX seems to be the one with the most buzz. Put it this way – and it may just be me – but I hadn’t heard of TBEX until a month or so back; I hadn’t heard of TBU until a minute ago! Does that mean I live under a rock? Or I’m just not that cool yet?

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    Comment@ Pointsandtravel:
    Really shame we never met during TBEX! But I see that mostly you have the same opinion about TBEX like me! Thanks for sharing your point of view 😉

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    Pointsandtravel

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    I attended TBEX, enjoyed the POST TRIP Fisherman and Medieval Towns! Costa Brava was an amazing host! The seminars at TBEX were lacking and some of the speakers were very narrow in their thinking about what they think a travel blogger should be. Overall, I had a great time, and mostly just enjoyed the contacts and new friends that I made and hope those help me further my blog along. too bad we did not meet.

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    Comment@ Leyla Giray:
    Thanks for such a detailed comment, Leyla 🙂 I agree with the thigns you added to the conversation and I am happy we met and spent a few days together!

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    Leyla Giray

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    Great insights – I pretty much agree with everything you said. At TBU the sessions were marked beginner/intermediate/advanced, although the line between them was sometimes a bit hazy. TBEX had no such distinction. It’s certainly needed.

    I absolutely agree with the city tours – I too was unable to see Girona because of a conflict with a workshop so I managed to sneak out a bit and walk around but it’s not the same as being guided by people who know and love their city.

    I have mixed feelings in comparing the two conferences. I can’t say I liked one more than the other, but I felt TBU was a bit more ‘European’, whereas TBEX was a bit more ‘American in Europe’, both of which had advantages and disadvantages. The smaller TBU was also cozier, although the larger TBEX provided a bit more opportunity for interaction. TBEX will apparently be held in Europe every year from now on so we’ll have a clear choice each year.

    I did find there was some overlap between the two, but that’s inevitable. Interesting experiences both, with the best part being meeting and getting to know so many talented people!

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    Comment@ Micamyx|Senyorita:
    Yes, Barcelona time was the worst one … Hopefully next year I will see you at one of these conferences, honey!

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    Micamyx|Senyorita

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    We have a number of blog conferences here in the Philippines like the iBlog Summit and the Wordcamp, where WordPress founder Matt Mullenweg attended (I met him too teehee) and your suggestion about the Basic, Advanced etc is a good suggestion as it is applied in Wordcamp too. I still feel bad that I wasn’t able to attend TBEX Spain. It is my dream to go there, but I have other priorities atm (still $100 wasted lol). anyway, I still wish to attend either TBU or TBEX. I hope they bring it to Asia as well. Nice post, hun although I imagine that Barcelona part to be the toughest

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    Comment@ lola:
    You have to go to TBU next year so we can see each other more often 🙂

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    lola

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    nice wrap up of both conferences. i hope to go to TBU at some point too so i can compare and learn from both events. cannot wait to see you again in Toronto!! but also sooner.

    🙂 lola xx

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    Comment@ Lucy:
    I am happy I helped you a bit, Lucy! Will be great meeting you at one of the conferences next year 😉

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    Lucy

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    Thanks for the round up – I’ve been thinking about coming along to one of these conferences next year and it’s interesting to see the differences. I think I like the idea of the smaller TBU as it’ll be my first conference so a bit less overwhelming, but will hold out to see the destination as Toronto would be amanzing!

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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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