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  • May 2016 03 Tuesday

    Hi there,
    with my wife we´d like to see the famous Uluru rock. When researching the car hire options of hiring in Adelaide and returning in Alice springs, our jaw dropped (around 2500AUD for the relocation costs!)

    If you are going this way, we´d really appreciate your offer.
    Alternatively we are thinking of doing the same trip Adelaide -> Alice springs .

    If you are interested, please let us know your conditions.

    We are a young easygoing couple from Czech Republic, backpacking for 6 months non stop now so we have a few interesting stories to share :-)

    Thanks,
    Pavel and Pavla
    http://pavelapavla.cz
    http://facebook.com/pavelapavlanaceste

    • Listed Monday, 11 Apr 16
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  • May 2016 03 Tuesday

    Hello, I am travelling from Eindhoven to Amsterdam on Tuesday, May 3., around 10 AM with my boyfriend, and we need a lift (and are willing to pay a certain fee, of course), since the train is very expensive. Please, if you ride on that time, contact me on my e-mail.

    • Listed Saturday, 30 Apr 16
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  • May 2016 03 Tuesday

    One-or-two day shot from Winnipeg to Chicago in a 2005 Toyota Matrix with a sunroof, ac, good stereo.

    I'm driving solo across the country, and am looking for someone to help pay the gas. This leg of the trip would run someone 50 bucks.

    Yeah I calculated the gas price and it should run me around 80 bucks for the trip. I'm charging the passenger over half.

    There will be room for luggage. You'll get the front passenger seat of course. If more than one person is interested maybe something can be arranged.

    Perks will be a chill travel experience and good music -- you can control the stereo or just listen with headphones, whatever. We can stop places to take photos. Or we can just get there as fast as you want.

    If we stop somewhere all costs would be split. I don't have a tent.

    It's about a 14 hour drive time, so we'd leave early. I'd like to get the whole thing done in a day -- head out at 5am and hope to arrive around 8-9pm.

    I have some experience driving this route before.

    I'm really friendly and easy to get along with. I speak English, French and some Mandarin. I'm from Manitoba, about to move from BC to Montreal.

    • Listed Wednesday, 30 Mar 16
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