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New Zealand

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The South Island is bigger but less populated, only 1 million, and is the most touristic so you will often be picked up by travelers, especially along the West Coast, where there isn't a lot of traffic.
*'''West Coast:''' West Coast is basically one unpopulated and a favored travelers way because of the nature and glaciers. If you are hitching between Greymouth and Wanaka you might have the fortune to score a ride with one of the DHL drivers aka the local posties. They are a couple of awesome guys who meet up in Fox Glacier to swap packages (and hitchhikers too if you are lucky!).
*'''East Coast:''' More inhabitants and thus a bit more local traffic, not like the West Coast which is mainly used by tourist cars.
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