0525 GMT November 29, 2020
Her record-breaking trip ended in Sydney, Australia, on February 13, 2020. During her epic journey, AlRomaithi visited 208 countries and dependent territories, guinnessworldrecords.com reported.
"The UAE is home to around 200 different nationalities, I wanted to visit their countries and learn about their cultures and traditions," she explained.
The road that leads to record-breaking achievements is often filled with obstacles and challenges, and Al Romaithi’s attempt was no different.
"It was a difficult journey; the attempt demanded a lot of patience especially in airports as well as having to deal with constant plane rides."
"I wanted to quit on many different occasions if I am being honest, I just wanted to get back home. But I kept looking forward to the end goal. My family and friends deserve a lot of credit for motivating me and encouraging me to keep moving ahead in my journey.
Al Romaithi expressed the joy she felt after breaking the record.
"Achieving a Guinness World Records title is an absolute honor for myself and for my society... I want to dedicate my record title to my home country and society as a gift."
Al Romaithi’s accomplishment coincides with Guinness World Records Day, an annual celebration of record-breaking achievements from all around the world.
This year’s theme is ‘Discover your World’. We aim for everyone to discover their world, whatever that would look like at this strange time.
"I hope that my accomplishment can be an inspiration many at home and worldwide. I encourage everyone to find a way to accomplish their goals in life, nothing is impossible!”