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  1. Hello, guys, I am Jun, a Chinese student in high school and I will have a break for about 2 weeks on Sept. . Backpacker is a attractile role for me but I didn't have chance to be that before. So I hope I can start being a backpacker and go to somewhere which is funny. If u have some plans at that time and need a kind people to travel with or u wanna make some plans for travelling, please contact me or comment for this thread. My english is not as good as local people, I just came to Adelaide for half year. I think the experience will be helpful for me to know more about the country and make more friends. Waitting for your reply! Best wishes Jun
  2. Nissan Urvan Campervan Model: E23 Year: 1983 Kilometres: 245722 Speed: 5 speed manual Fuel: Petrol Seats: 6 colour: Gold Hi everyone! we are a young scottish couple who have finished our travels and decided its time to sell our Nissan Urvan campervan, opting for a boring old house and HOT shower...! She is being wasted getting run to and from work... she is designed for the open road! Fantastic runner, we have had one hiccup where the clutch for the starter motor went, which we repaired, but apart from that, no problems in 5 months! We bought the van from an older retired couple who as far as we know were the second owners of the van, we paid a bit extra for her but only because we knew that she had been well looked after rather than passed through car dealers every 6months. We have all reciepts for any work/services that have ever been done. She has recently had a revamp and had two new tyres fitted, a new starter motor clutch, new bulbs in lights. Pop up roof is ideal, gives more room and comfort for cooking/getting dressed etc and is definately leak free (we went through some amounts of thunder storms in melbourne and not a drop leaked through roof) Not only are we selling a vehicle but a place we called home for 5 months and is filled with lots of laughs and great memories. Comes with: roofrack awning three way fride/freezer gas cooker/grill double bed that can be folded into seats with 3 installed seatbelts - also 3 seats in front of van. lots of cupboard storage space and storage under seats pop up roof bike rack 1.1/2months rego spare tyre Looking for $5000. A bargain seen as we bought it for & $6500 and only had it 5 months, however, just urgently looking to sell so we can buy a car for getting around the city. Please contact us to arrange to view or PM I can send u a few more pics via email also. Thanks alot Amy n Craig
  3. Kacymru

    Blog about Oz

    For those of you that might be interested I've been writing a blog about coming to Oz, there are a few pictures and videos on there...feel free to have a nosey...kacymru
  4. We have been offered to swap our 1 month short-term rental from Seaton to Hallet Cove, the property in Hallet Cove seems a lot nicer property than the one in Seaton. Problem is my wife has got a job a north Calvary Hospital, which is North of the CBD and she will be commencing employment two weeks into our 1 month rental period. I have also gained employment in the North as well but I can drive and hopefully have transport means, so travelling for me is not a problem. My wife Jane has gained a job at North Calvary Hospital, which is in the North of the CBD and I have been given jobs also in the North (Elizabeth Vale) North East (Royston Park). Edwardstown and another good job offer in Woodville, for City of Charles Sturt Council. Not made my mind up which one to take up yet. I do fancy the Woodville job offer. Hence us wanting to find short-term rental in the West/CBD region as we will hopefully be residing in that area once we have gained our long-term rental. We are willing to consider the swap but we will need some questions to be answered honestly before we can consider swapping. My wife does not drive hence she will have to use public transport. What are the transport links like from the South to the North. The cost implications. The length of time travelling. Most importantly is the transport availability? Jane will be working shifts, starting at 06:45 am, also starting and finishing at 10:30pm. We are wondering about how can she get to work via public transport at those times and/or can return home if we are situated in Hallet Cove. Jane will be commencing her job two weeks into our rental at Seaton or Hallet Cove, not sure when I need to start. In addition we have a 17 year old and a 21 yr old who would like to be nearer all the action so to speak and much easier links to get back home after a night out, etc. Summing it all up Seaton is the perfect location for us to accommodate our needs for the first month of arrival and probably on a longer term. We are happy to swap but its just the transport links and the distance to our employment and where all the action is. CBD and Glenelg for instance. I will not be able to afford a car immediately, so I will be using public transport as well. My Son will want to enjoy the nightlife at Glenelg and Hindley Street as well. I must admit I believe the cost of rental and the price of housing is cheaper and better value for your money in the South and we have seriously consider Hallet Cove as somewhere to live, so its not out of the question. I look forward to your responses

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