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Cassie De Pecol The Woman Who Visited All The 190 Countries Of The World In Record Time !!!!!

Cassie De Pecol

De Pecol as much as Cassandra wanted to avoid politics during his Globetrotter voyage, was devastated by the war Yemen is the only country in the world that he had left to visit.
Cassie, 27, visited 195 countries and was only one nation to her goal to establish two Guinness World Records to realize, to be one of the first documented woman, all the world's sovereign nations have visited, and become another person Faster man or woman to do so. On the way, looking for their expedition 196 project sustainability and promote peace.

"I want the goodness of America, to represent the American people," he said via Skype from the Grand Turkmen Hotel in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, the second country on the list. "I would risk my life to do this to me in some places, which is worth 100 percent."

De Pecol had tried to come to Yemen on January 27, two days before our conversation. She traveled by bus to a desolate border crossing between Oman and Yemen.

A bearded frontier guard, who spoke through a small window outside told him that she was free for Yemen, but pointed out that the authorities in Oman could not guarantee that they could leave. He said it would require the prior approval of the US Embassy in Oman, which was across the country in Muscat. She turned to continue the pre-clearance decision before flying to Turkmenistan. Try Yemen to enter re-next week.
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Your moment could not be more serious. A few hours later, the newly inaugurated President of the United States, Donald Trump, signed an executive order for the reception of US refugees and blocking the absorption of "countries of special importance," including Yemen suspension program other predominantly Muslim nations . On the same weekend, Team 6 members of the US seal launched an unfortunate incident against Al-Qaeda operatives in central Yemen. At least a dozen militants were killed with unconfirmed civilians. One US command was killed and three others were injured, according to news reports.

Pecol is much harder than it seems at first glance. The blonde 5ft 7-inch blue eyes has triathlons to do since he was 16 years old and knows the Israeli self-defense art Krav Maga. When she was in her twenties, she visited 25 counties on her own, $ 2,000 as far as she could go, and even slept at the train stations. For this recent world expedition remained undaunted by repeated denials of visa, return every week to the embassies in New York week.

Several times during the expedition was De Pecol arrested by the authorities, who suspected that he was a journalist, a spy or drug traffickers. In Peru his taxi was stolen with a knife. In North Korea saw a soldier in the eyes and said: "I will destroy."

Going solo
Cassie De Pecol

De Pecol is from Connecticut and went abroad when I was younger. The world of the series had been since high school an idea in his mind. Several years ago, he moved to Los Angeles and did odd jobs to survive, but he felt uncomfortable. He asked, "If I could do anything in the world, what would you do?" The answer: visit all countries.

The former head of the Guinness World Record, American professor named Liu Yili, took three years to visit three months and six days a sovereign country, ends in December 2010.

Entrepreneurs rummaging through the books De Pecol was inspired by Chris Guillebeau, world traveler and bestselling author "The $ 100 start-up" and "The Art of Non-Conformity." He began putting on schedule support from sponsors including Clif Bar, Eagle Creek and Krav Maga Worldwide and get a confirmation from the International Institute for Peace through Tourism. On July 24, 2015, he begins his expedition to the World Domination Guillebeau Summit in Portland, Oregon, an event that challenges participants to live remarkable lives in a conventional world.

Although De Pecol move fast, not only to the airport on the way and then left. During his travels, he met with students, representatives of local governments and Minister of Tourism. He presented exhibitions on sustainable tourism, the hospitality insistence, which is from the energy point of view, depending on local food production and respect the local culture and heritage in an efficient manner.

Whenever possible, I stayed in bed and breakfast facilities, hostels and Airbnbs said. The Pacific Island nation of Vanuatu, vulnerable to the effects of global warming, was recovered by a powerful cyclone when he visited De Pecol. The villagers were in their homes.

Recognizing that flying around the world is not remotely sustainable, De Pecol has also established a tree planting program around the world in an effort to offset its carbon emissions, while admitting that the cancellation take years could.

Overcoming the barriers was an important aspect of their adventures. To introduce North Korea, he paid $ 1,000 for a visa and joined a group of Chinese tourists by a local guide led Miss Lee named 24 years.
Cassie De Pecol

Propaganda Postcard "The first thing that tourists were a series of war", "De Pecol said his trip three days." I opened the envelope. He literally beats the Pentagon soldiers and US soldiers down with him. "
His bus was monuments and memorials, remained in the copper statues of the country's leaders, and were villages where children played and washed in a river. The short tourist tourists showed just what the government wanted to see. His conversations with Lee were friendly, but limited. De Pecol felt that he had to be careful about what he said or did. The hotel rooms include a TV on the wall, which I suspect of recorded audio data. She still does not know for sure what was real about her stay, and that is not it.

During the last leg of his voyage, De Pecol Syria returned to Lebanon from the port city of Latikia. They shared a taxi with a 28-year-old woman from Aleppo named Hadeel was allowed to join her husband in Germany as a refugee, then demolished behind her house. This would be his first time, Syria and his first time flying in a plane to leave.

"It's one thing in the world between the countries, governments are facing," De Pecol said. She wants a world could give, where everyone is considered as a global citizen instead. That does not mean you have not experienced a triz, but.

He said he had been arrested several times, including in Bahrain and Libya, where authorities suspect he worked for the CIA.

"I often think I'm a journalist because I have my tripod on the side of my backpack and my camera equipment," he said.

While waiting for a shuttle to a local bed and breakfast from the airport on the small island of Granada, the staff came and said they looked suspicious. It was taken 8 square feet with low ceiling, yellow walls, a wooden table and two worn chairs in one room.

De Pecol learned that some American girls were captured two weeks before attempting to smuggle cocaine into the country. He used a sealed plastic bag that vitamin pills contain saffron, valerian root and vitamin C. Authorities the contents of the bag are tested individually before allowing it to leave.

During a trip by taxi in Peru, four young men armed with knives suddenly attacked the vehicle and took the driver in a red light. "I almost got the phone on my butt to get it," he said. "No, I picked up the phone, can not pick up the phone, because I had all my notes, my diary, everything." De Pecol called the incident an accident and continued.
At the beginning of December, he was noticed to the hotel, which had only $ 20 free for Cuba and during the taxi ride from the airport. US debit and credit cards are not accepted. "How will I pay the driver?" Then the hotel is, they are like, we need money too, "he said.I felt so stupid.
Cassie De Pecol

She tried an ATM anyway. That did not work. It became difficult just before midnight and De Pecol panicked when he looked back at the airport on foot, which would take hours. Travelers usually sat on steel on the side of the road and began to cry. His taxi driver, whom he described as a small man with brown eyes, gray hair and a friendly expression called Dago, approached.

"He said in Spanish:" I have three daughters and I would hate that they were in your situation, what do you think if I take my home? You can stay in my house and everything tonight to settle what tomorrow, "she said.

Left in his little concrete house and returned to work, De Pecol said. His wife made the bed and the next morning when the US left the room, she discovered that the woman had only slept a flower leaves earth in a thin and narrow foam cushion on the deck.

"He went to sleep on his bed, not even I know," De Pecol said. "Strangers in the world, they want to show how friendly and they are useful to welcome you to your country."

Welcome with open arms

On the morning of February 2 De Pecol finally crossed Oman to Yemen. He even counseled his Yemeni contacts who enter and leave the country as quickly as possible. He went right on the south coast in half a small town near the border.

With a black hijab, a black long-sleeved shirt and wide pants with black and white designs De Pecol met with a local family who lived in a house. They gave him lunch - a breathtaking stretch of fresh grilled fish, rice, chutney, salad and a pile of breads. Later the villagers showed how to sesame seeds to grind in oil and set it up with a plastic bottle filled with the result of a labor intensive. She drank camel's milk and ate bread under the stars.
Cassie De Pecol

After crossing the border to, De Pecol flew to Doha, Qatar. Sleep deprivation and full of nervous energy, he stopped at an airport restaurant and ordered to celebrate a glass of red wine. De Pecol achieved its goal in one year 6 months and 26 days. That's almost half the time it took the previous Guinness, Liu to keep the world record. Guinness does not have to check its records, but De Pecol has documentation.

During his landmark reflects launched De Pecol Facebook from the audience live to connect the phone to the world who had followed his travels. She congratulated and stabbed with questions. One person asked for Yemen.

You can see that on the news and think, oh my God, it's too dangerous to go there, De Pecol said. But go and see that it is not.

At the beginning of December, he was noticed to the hotel, which had only $ 20 free for Cuba and during the taxi ride from the airport. US debit and credit cards are not accepted. "How will I pay the driver?" Then the hotel is, they are like, we need money too, "he said.I felt so stupid.

She tried an ATM anyway. That did not work. It became difficult just before midnight and De Pecol panicked when he looked back at the airport on foot, which would take hours. Travelers usually sat on steel on the side of the road and began to cry. His taxi driver, whom he described as a small man with brown eyes, gray hair and a friendly expression called Dago, approached.

"He said in Spanish:" I have three daughters and I would hate that they were in your situation, what do you think if I take my home? You can stay in my house and everything tonight to settle what tomorrow, "she said.

Left in his little concrete house and returned to work, De Pecol said. His wife made the bed and the next morning when the US left the room, she discovered that the woman had only slept a flower leaves earth in a thin and narrow foam cushion on the deck.

"He went to sleep on his bed, not even I know," De Pecol said. "Strangers in the world, they want to show how friendly and they are useful to welcome you to your country."

Welcome with open arms
Cassie De Pecol

On the morning of February 2 De Pecol finally crossed Oman to Yemen. He even counseled his Yemeni contacts who enter and leave the country as quickly as possible. He went right on the south coast in half a small town near the border.

With a black hijab, a black long-sleeved shirt and wide pants with black and white designs De Pecol met with a local family who lived in a house. They gave him lunch - a breathtaking stretch of fresh grilled fish, rice, chutney, salad and a pile of breads. Later the villagers showed how to sesame seeds to grind in oil and set it up with a plastic bottle filled with the result of a labor intensive. She drank camel's milk and ate bread under the stars.

After crossing the border to, De Pecol flew to Doha, Qatar. Sleep deprivation and full of nervous energy, he stopped at an airport restaurant and ordered to celebrate a glass of red wine. De Pecol achieved its goal in one year 6 months and 26 days. That's almost half the time it took the previous Guinness, Liu to keep the world record. Guinness does not have to check its records, but De Pecol has documentation.

During his landmark reflects launched De Pecol Facebook from the audience live to connect the phone to the world who had followed his travels. She congratulated and stabbed with questions. One person asked for Yemen.

You can see that on the news and think, oh my God, it's too dangerous to go there, De Pecol said. But go and see that it is not.

What comes after visiting 196 countries

From Pecol she said non-permanent roots can be anywhere, and not so safe, take nine to five loops.

"I thought, you know what? I really scary. I smoke and it would end after a week," he said.

There is not only one place where De Pecol was in Antarctica. Although not technically a sovereign nation, it will travel with Quark Expeditions there late February.

"I was like, hey, if I'm six continents, 196 countries, can also make the last continent," De Pecol said.

He plans to write a book about his journey and end an educational documentary when you get back from Antarctica.

"I'm in this position where I now have to figure out how to sustain myself through business projects and that kind of thing for the rest of my life," he said.

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