A Pokemon Go expert has gotten a chance to travel around the world in order to complete his Pokemon collection.
Just seven days ago, Nick Johnson made a declaration that he had been the first Pokemon Go player to catch all 142 Pokemon that are found in the US. There are a total of 151 monsters in the game franchise.
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There are an extra six that lie beyond the United States’ territory and are specific to other regions. So now Nick Johnson is about to travel the world in order to complete his collection.
He is especially crazy for specifically three regional monsters that will make his collection almost complete. For this Marriott Rewards and Expedia are financing his trip around the world.
Johnson and his love interest will board a flight headed for Paris, according to BusinessInsider. The goal is to capture Europe’s Mr. Mime. Then it is on to Hong Kong in search for Farfetch’d.
Finally, Sydney, Australia is the ultimate place where Kangaskhan will be spotted. Such a fun-filled journey is seldom enjoyed by people on our home planet unless they are very rich or very famous.
Then for each locality, the Pokemon Go community will come in handy in Nick’s trek across the global village. Each missing monster leaves behind a trail of clues and by following them to the letter, Nick will come upon them in his quest for Pokemon-mania.
Nick is a brave and intrepid soul and he does not believe in using mapping tools such as PokeVision for finding the monsters. It is a matter that is between him and the monsters alone.
He prefers to use Reddit for some of the information necessary for grabbing the little critters and monsters. Also he travels on foot for long distances in order to spot the small wonders.
After Nick has completed his Pokemon Go monster collection, he will fly off to Tokyo to spend some vacation time with his girlfriend. Now that’s what we call a fun ending to a fun enterprise.
Marriott Rewards will be paying for the various hotels that Nick and his girlfriend will be staying in city by city. These include famous hotels in Paris, Hong Kong, Sydney and Tokyo.
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Nick will be writing for a blog too as part of his contract with Expedia. He will also give media interviews where he will be asked difficult questions. Twitter and Snapchat will be his modes of operation. This man definitely has got it made.