How to get your picture in the Guinness Book of World Records
A couple of weeks ago, a Guinness World Record was created in a small village in India called Thapar.
The village, about 100 kilometers (62 miles) east of Thapur, is one of the last places on the island of Kauai that still doesn’t have a proper road.
The village has had a road since the 1950s, but the village still has to cross the sea every week.
As a result, there is only one road that goes from the village to the road, and it is the only one that doesn’t cross the river.
That is where the Guinness World Records came in.
According to Guinness World Magazine, Thapars road has been used for over a hundred years, but it was only in 2017 that the village finally received a road.
“When I was a kid, I used to go and look for the road.
Now, it’s not so easy,” said Dina Kavulka, who lives in the village.
Dina Kavaulka said that even though her village still doesn-t have a road, the road is a huge help.
“The road is very useful.
It helps us get to our homes, it helps us cross the stream and it helps keep the water flowing,” said Kavaulu.
She said that when the road was first built, she didn’t even realize that it was a Guinness record until she heard about it on CNN.
“We’re not used to this kind of infrastructure,” said Kaariparu, the village’s head of agriculture.
But not everyone is satisfied.
The road has the capacity to carry over 30,000 people, but not everyone wants to take it.
“I would like to thank Guinness for their honor, but I want to have a better life for my family,” said Rupita Devi.
“The road will be the same as what we have now, but my children will have to take more risks.”
When the village was finally able to receive the Guinness Record, it is hoped that it will be used as a model for other villages in the island nation.
“It’s a testament to the villagers who were willing to sacrifice so much to make the road possible.
It’s a beautiful testament to what it means to be a citizen of the island and that you can make something happen when you do not have money or resources,” said Vicky Bhatt, the chair of the village council.