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This Woman Traveled To 208 Countries In 87 Hours, Set A Record

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According to the news published on IndustrialPunch.com, Dr. Khawla Alromathi has set a world record for the fastest time to travel across all the seven continents in just 3 days 14 hours 46 minutes 48 seconds.

Khawla visited 208 countries and dependent territories during his visit. His trip ended in Sydney, Australia on February 13, 2020, shortly before the Coronavirus-related travel ban came into force.

Khawla said that the United Arab Emirates is home to around 200 different countries, I wanted to visit their countries and learn about their cultures and traditions.

The journey was not easy for Khawla and he thought of leaving several times.

Khawla pointed out that it was a difficult journey, a lot of patience was required in this endeavor, especially at airports as well as for continuous plane rides. I was honest and it was also true that I wanted to come back home. But I was waiting for the final goal. My family and friends inspired me, encouraged me. I give them a lot of credit for this.

Khawla said the UAE is a country known for exceptional record-breaking achievements, whether it is the tallest building in the world or the largest high-definition video wall, and even the fastest police car service. I wanted to show the world.After doing this, I am certainly very happy which I cannot express in words. This happiness is further increased when you realize that your feat has been recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records.

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