Η μόλις 27 χρονών Cassie De Pecol από το Connecticut ταξιδεύει σε όλο τον κόσμο θέλοντας να σπάσει το παγκόσμιο ρεκόρ Guinness της γυναίκας που ταξίδεψε σε όλο τον κόσμο δηλαδή σε 196 χώρες, στο πιο σύντομο χρονικό διάστημα.

Ξεκίνησε το ταξίδι της τον Ιούλιο του 2015, έχει ήδη ταξιδέψει σε 180 χώρες παίρνοντας 254 πτήσεις και της απομένουν άλλες 45 μέρες για να ολοκληρώσει την περιπέτεια της.

Η Cassie προτιμά φιλικά προς το περιβάλλον ξενοδοχεία μένοντας σε κάθε χώρα περίπου δυο με πέντε ημέρες.

Προκειμένου να σπάσει το παγκόσμιο ρεκόρ έχει ήδη ξοδέψει 198,000 δολάρια, έχοντας βέβαια και την οικονομική υποστήριξη από σπόνσορες.

Cassie De Pecol, 27, from Washington, Connecticut embarked on her journey in July of 2015 and now she is nearing the end of her epic mission to visit all 193 sovereign nations plus Taiwan, Kosovo and Palestine (pictured above in Bhutan)

Having a passion for travel, the bubbly blonde started to plan for the trip of a lifetime - Expedition 196 - on her 25th birthday (pictured above in El Nido Palawan, Philippines)

So far the intrepid traveller has ticked off 180 countries, taken over 254 flights and has roughly 26 flights left to go - she has an estimated 45 days left to complete her whirlwind adventure. Pictured above in Kazakhstan

Balancing act: It's estimated Cassie's burned through $198,000 (£161,880) in a bid to break the record. A range of sponsors have also helped lighten the financial burden. She is pictured above in Bali, Indonesia

Speaking out: Investors have also contributed to the making of the educational documentary which Cassie has filmed along the way, to promote promote sustainable travel

Speaking out: Investors have also contributed to the making of the educational documentary which Cassie has filmed along the way, to promote promote sustainable travel

Different perspective: After 15 months on the road, Cassie has experienced both highs and lows and believes that travelling as a solo woman has shaped some of her experiences. Pictured above on the beach at Christmas Island, Republic of Kiribati

Soaking it all in: Cassie says although she isn't the first documented woman to travel to every country in the world, she imagines that the 'feeling of accomplishment and awe will be overwhelming'. Pictured above at Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Paperwork: Along the way, Cassie has had to return to America to get new passports and apply for travel visas

Paperwork: Along the way, Cassie has had to return to America to get new passports and apply for travel visas

Mapped out: Cassie's epic route across the globe is seen planned out above


 

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