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IN Travel & Adventure ON 10 Nov, 2016
Many of us want to travel to other countries, but this woman took things to a whole new level by deciding to visit every single country in the world.
A trip spanning 18 months and 26 days (which is almost half of the time taken by previous Guinness World Record holders) she has made her dreams become the reality of her life.
De Pecol named this voyage as, 'Expedition 196', which is almost entirely sponsored to promote ethical and eco-friendly tourism. Finally, after completing her tour, De Pecol has released her ten favourite destination pictures.
Cassandra De Pecol is a beautiful 27-year-old woman.
Seriously, you can say that she is addicted to travelling around the world.
She is still relatively young and has experienced so many cultures and seen so many sights till now.
It means that she has visited all of the sovereign states and to the new nations. Let's have a look at her ten favourite destination pictures.
De Pecol visited Mongolia, to engage in the prehistoric forest and to ride the untamed horses.
The Hajj (to Paro Taktsang) was being out of Avatar, a desire to travel into low-hanging clouds with a frightening drop at any second on either side.
Visit Maldives to see amazing of the azure water, whitest sand and most remarkable sand banks in the world.
She was here to feel the method of how Kava is prepared and to meet some of the best people.
To bury yourself in the wilderness and mountains, while learning from locals who live in the hills, it's a whole unconventional lifestyle.
De Pecol in her statement has said: "the town of Sidi Bou Said (20km from Tunis, the capital) just blew me away."
De Pecol has spent some time living in Peru. She enjoyed the Amazon Rainforest and Aguas Calientes.
The Monkeys, fresh fruits, soothing music and volcanoes... Do, I need to say further?
It's a saying, the house is where the heart is, and the more I explore this world, the more that's becoming real to me.
Are you ready to go on your own adventure?
That's all, folks!
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