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Believe It Or Not? This 29-Year-Old Guy Has Travelled To 58 Countries Worldwide!

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Pictures: Facebook Christian Albert Gaza, Pngtree

Many are envious of this 29-year-old guy who travelled to 58 countries worldwide! Travelling is an activity much favoured by passionate souls searching for adventures. And it’s a ‘must-do’ on their bucket list.

Usually, some people have targeted when they’ll start packing their bags, book the tickets and plan a thorough itinerary for their exciting new journey. They might do the headstart after retiring as, at that point, their savings would be enough to have them reach every corner of the world.

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Interestingly, some might start their adventure locally before flying to other countries. And, of course, there should be ‘must-go’ places they’ve jotted down in their notebook.

Travelling is a fun activity. The fun multiplies if we can travel to every country we like!

This 29-year-old guy is surely lucky!

A Filipino travelling enthusiast, Christian Albert Gaza or Xian Gaza, has visited 58 countries around the globe! Can you believe that?

In his Facebook post, Gaza has listed the countries he has visited, and we can safely say he has been circling planet Earth to its every nook and cranny!

The 58 countries are Philipines, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, United Arab Emirates, South Korea, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, Indonesia, Myanmar, Cambodia, Brunei, Laos, India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Israel, Palestine, Brazil, Peru, Colombia, Ecuador, Bolivia, Georgia, Oman, Azerbaijan, Maghribi, Armenia, France, Switzerland, Italy, Vatican City, Spain, Portugal, Luxembourg, Belgium, Germany, Czech Republic, Austria, Hungary, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Finland, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Iceland, Greece, Monaco, Malta and Liechtenstein.

A little interesting fact about the countries Gaza has visited

Technically, Gaza explained, he travelled to 57 countries only since Hong Kong and Macau are under the Special Administrative Regions of China. Yet, they have their government, separate immigration and border control.

Furthermore, Gaza said that Palestine is an independent state. And their largest city is Gaza.

Not only that, but if you’re going to Vatican City, you’ll have to pass through Rome and Italy before you arrive at the destination. As for Monaco, you’ll cross France, except you’ll need your own boat to cross the sea path.

If you’re interested in visiting Liechtenstein, you’ll have to go through Switzerland or Austria since the country has a limited number of airports. It’s also far from the ocean.

In his post, Gaza said Vatican City is the smallest country in the world, followed by Monaco. Liechtenstein, Vatican and Monaco are three out of six micro countries in Europe. The state of Liechtenstein is only one per four of Metro Manila.

Thus, are you excited to plan for your next holiday trip? Maybe you can take the cities Gaza has listed into consideration! Happy travelling!

Sources: Facebook Christian Albert Gaza

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