A man set foot on all Seven Wonders of the World in seven days—here's how he did it

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TRAVEL GOALS! ✈ The Guinness World Records put the spotlight on Jamie McDonald, also known as “Adventureman,” for achieving his goal in just six days and 16 hours. | via philstarlife READ:

A man set a new world record for the fastest time to visit all Seven Wonders of the World, finishing the challenge in less than a week. in just six days and 16 hours.As shared by his sponsor Travelport, he traveled the world from March 6 to 12—kicking it off in China to visit the famous Great Wall, then to India’s Taj Mahal, and then to his third stop in the ancient city of Petra in Jordan.

“When you move across the world that quickly, you suddenly realize how small this world really is,” he said.Watch his interesting journey below: All in all, Jamie reached the Seven Wonders in just six days and 16 hours using public transportation, marking the fastest record ever. He went on board 13 flights and 29 ground trips in less than a week.

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