However laying the concrete blocks - is a slow, time-consuming, manual and labour intensive work.
Here's a simple idea from a Dutch inventor, Henk van Kuijk with his "Tiger Stone" paving machine that can certainly change all that.
The road-wide device is fed loose bricks, and lays them out onto the road as it slowly moves along.
A quick going-over with a tamper, and you’ve got an instant brick road.
As of now bricks are moved by hand from its hopper to its sloping “pusher” slot – in the desired finished pattern. From there, gravity causes them to slide together, in one road-wide sheet, down onto the sand.
According to the company (Vanku), a machine with two operators can pave at least 300 square meters (3,229 sq.ft.) of road per day, whereas a single conventional paver on their hands and knees manages between 75 and 100.
Preparation of the ground before that is very crucial, and the normal conventional way would be good enough.