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Ella es Cassie de Pecol la mujer que ha visto todos los paises del mundo en menos tiempo.

Cassie De Pecol muy pronto sera reconocida por su nuevo record Guinness y es que a sus 27 años ha visitado todos los paises del mundo, las 196 naciones soberanas en 18 meses y 26 días. A sus 27 años un buen día decidió lanzarse a esta aventura y trabajando como canguro reunió los primeros 10000 dólares que necesitaría, el resto fue buscar patrocinadores y muy pronto editará un libro contando su aventura y un documental.

Todo su periplo ha quedado plasmado en el perfil de Instagram que creó para ello llamado Expedicion 196 y si bien entrar en algunos paises no tiene ningún problema, resulta que hay otros en los que no es tan fácil, como por ejemplo siria o Corea del Norte a la que consiguió acceder con unos turistas chinos. A continuación os ponemos algunas de las instantáneas pero os recomendamos que visitéis su perfil donde podremos ponernos los dientes largos con su alucinante viaje.

After so many requests, the Expedition 196 Entrepreneur website is finally LIVE with three unique course options, all based online! If you’re curious as to how to pursue your own passion project involving travel and working towards a cause, or if you’re interested as to how I made Expedition 196 come to fruition during LIVE chats, or perhaps just want to know how to travel on the cheap or obtain funding TO travel, then this seminar is right up your alley ☺. Head to the link in my bio to check it out and see if it’s something you’d be interested in, and be sure to register before the seminar starts February 3rd! If you’d like to register for the full, 3 month intensive but won’t be around to catch one or two of the Friday courses, you can always log back into your portal to view previous classes and materials, no worries… this seminar is meant to work around your travel, student and/or work schedule. Feel free to head on over to the @expedition196entrepreneur Instagram to ask questions and integrate with other students who will also be taking the course. So looking forward to helping you travel for a purpose and potentially sponsor your first passion project after the 3 month intensive! ❤ • • • P.S. The official countdown begins ⏳! Currently in the Middle East with only 3 countries to go (Syria, Yemen and Turkmenistan) until #Expedition196 is completed

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The way I prefer to travel is to leave all preconceptions at the door and walk in with a completely open mind. • • • When I used to travel, I’d sometimes extensively research the country; the good, the bad, where to go, what to do. By doing this, my mind naturally conditioned itself into thinking that the reflection of that country from the media or from what other people told me, was true, and because of this, I was almost just waiting to see or experience something good or bad from these preconceived notions. Sadly, I ended up experiencing more negative experiences than good because much of this research typically led me to media and government sites that would say everything they could to steer me away. Well, I decided to let that all go and this time around, to refrain from researching countries before I arrive (aside from the basic visa, language, currency, etc.) and to instead learn first hand from the people there what gives their country a “sense of place”. I find that my experience now when I travel, is much more euphoric and positive in doing so. A great example of this practice surfaced during my stay in Pakistan. People were scared for me when I told them I was going, although I personally looked at the opportunity as both a privilege and unique adventure. Having been to places such as Afghanistan, Somalia and North Korea, alone for example, I had zero worries about entering Pakistan and just knew it would exceed my expectations in the best way possible. What we hear in the media can be so degrading and devastating, but this shouldn’t deter us from experiencing that country first hand. By using tourism as a means for #peace, we have the ability to open our eyes to the truth when we experience these places through our own perceptions while learning directly from the local people. Once we realize the common denominator of humanity, we’ll judge less, and accept more. We will be more open to the kindness of people around the world and that most people just want peace, too. ✌️ • • • #Expedition196

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Visions will become clear only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes. – C.G. Jung • • • #expedition196

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Samoa Country #2 of #Expedition196 #WorldTourismDay2015 #PeaceThroughTourism

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Successful first day at the #WTTC Global Summit. I was invited to attend the Private Reception Dinner where there was a surprise visit by the King of Spain, Felipe VI. I sat next to the CEO of Hawaiian Airlines, the CEO of Soneva Hotels, the President and CEO of American Express Global Business Travel, the Deputy Secretary-General of JATA and my friend from the IIPT World Symposium in South Africa, the Minister of Tourism of Seychelles, Alain St.Ange. Also had the privilege of meeting the Travel Editor for CBS and Travel Weekly. And finally, a photo with the King of España, Felipe VI. Here’s to the start of a fantastic WTTC Summit in Madrid, Spain! #WTTC #España #Expedition196 #KingofSpain #FelipeVI

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