Someone Traveled 12 countries in 24 hours, only using public transport!

Traveling is fun; Adam Leyton did unbelievable work once in a blue moon. He has become the first man who traveled 12 countries in 24 hours, became successful to break previous World record of traveling 11 countries in 24 hours of 1993.
He is eagerly awaiting for confirmation of Guinness team to verify his achievement and declare him as a new record holder.

He had a great enthusiasm to break the previous record, and fortunately, he proved his incredible and magnificent effort.
His adventure was started on 25th may, 2016 in Perl at 7:01 am, Germany. By using only public transport, he visited 12 countries through Luxembourg, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and ended in Austria, reached Austria at 6:38 am on 26th May 2016, just before the ending of his deadline.

Adam in Copenhagen Airport image by Adam Leyton
Why did he choose Perl as his starting point?   
Perl is not his birthplace, but he chose Perl as the beginning of his traveling. When this question was asked to him, he answered: “Perl is located next to Schengen in Luxembourg, where the agreement was signed for Schengen freedom of movement”.

Father-of-three, Adam Leyton has set a radical record at the young age of 39. He is also a great entrepreneur and by his marvelous expedition to raise money for sands, helped for charity to reach it more than 1,000 GBP.

He didn't believe in his own exceptional work, when he finished his own challenge, he told himself "absolutely elated he is now".After returning back from his undeniable journey without having any luxurious transport vehicle, he also said: "What an EPIC adventure it was!".

Adam is A-OK!  We congratulate him on his courageous and stupendous job.

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