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'What are the chances': Impossible to say. Probably, if he's going in the general direction and is ok with picking up hikers, the chance of him stopping is good. 'Would it increase my chances if...': Probably. What really increases your chances is to not hold a sign and wait for people to stop, but to make sure you hike from gas station to gas station and ...


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There's a train to Aktau that will set you back 20-30$ According to Caravanistan, there are shared taxis that will take you there too, for about 500 tenge, though from my searching around everyone seems to take the train there and there is little mention, if any, of marshrutkas and taxis to Aktau.


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From which point near the NSW/QLD border does it become legal for pedestrians to walk along the M1 (Pacific Highway)? From which point do I change my clock? Really you'd have to guess a bit, but I'd say you'd be okay once you've passed the 'Welcome to NSW' sign... Which coincidentally is not accessible by pedestrians from the QLD side on the physical ...


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Without being a local resident, I wouldn't be able to give you a definitive answer, but the general rules are that you should be fine as long as there are no signs stating no pedestrians. I'd advise that you only take a route that you know and is legal. You should be able to find this out by asking someone in the particular local area if you are not sure. ...



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