Woman reaches Antarctica from Singapore to deliver food, sets world record
Manasa Gopal has shared a video of her journey to deliver food to Antarctica on her Instagram handle.
A Singaporean woman went so far as to deliver food to her customer in Antarctica. She did the world's longest food delivery from Singapore to Antarctica across 30,000 km and 4 continents. Manasa Gopal has shared a video of her journey to deliver food to Antarctica on her Instagram handle.
In the video, she can be seen traveling 30,000 kilometers with a food packet in his hand. She started in Singapore, then travels to Hamburg, then Buenos Aires and Ushuaia, and then reaches Antarctica. In the clip, Manasa is shown crossing several icy and muddy roads and finally, she delivers the food to her customer.
In the post, he wrote, "Today, I made a special food delivery from Singapore to Antarctica! So excited to partner with the amazing people at @foodpandasg to make this happen. It's not always that the most remote places on Earth For one of the places! You get to travel 30,000km across four continents to deliver the flavors of Singapore."
Not all heroes wear capes, Some come dressed as delivery partners, ready to provide delicious food items to their customers, even if they have to cross four continents to do so. This was the case for Manasa Gopal, who embarked on a 30,000 km long journey from Singapore to deliver food to a hungry customer in Antarctica.