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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.

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    Nancy Amir

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    Guanajuato is a city with a rich history, known for deposits of precious metals. I love it.

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    Anna @AnnaEverywhere

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    Love Guanajuato! Such a cute little town :)

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      Crazy Sexy Fun Traveler

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      Me too, it is really an extraordinary town :)

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    Frank

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    I was reading up on why Mexico was your favorite country and got onto this post. I too love Guanajuato and couldn’t believe I was in Mexico when I visited the town earlier this year. Honestly, I never thought Mexican towns could be so beautiful. But I felt that I was somewhere in Southern Spain when I saw Guanajuato: https://bbqboy.net/guanajuato-and-queretaro-mexico/
    Going back next year to visit my mom, most likely visit Puebla and Oaxaca.
    Frank (bbqboy)

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      Crazy Sexy Fun Traveler

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      I know, I had the same feeling in Guanajuato, such an incredible town. Puebla and Oaxaca are also beautiful, you will love them, Frank ;)

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    Melissa

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    This made me miss Guanajuato so much!

    Btw, about the legends of El Callejón del Beso, as far as i’m concerned the second legend that you were told is the “real” one :) I don’t think i’ve ever heard of the first legend and i’ve been there a million times!

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    Wftristan

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    Loving the look of this place – looks like a great place for some serious urban exploring.

    Tristan

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    crazy sexy fun traveler

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    Thanks Christy :) Like you said, the houses at the hill is onw of the things I loved in Guanajuato. You should visit it!

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    Christy @ Technosyncratic

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    Wow, great photos – there’s so much going on there! On the few trips I’ve made into Mexico (mostly near the CA border), I was so surprised to see how the hills were just covered with houses. I guess a lot of places might be like this, but the look and feel of the areas I was in was so distinctive. You really captured it well. :)

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