afforded charge/cost of their arrival/transportation.

ortak

Senior Member
Turkish
They can stay in restored guesthouses for free with the chance of afforded charge/cost of their arrival/transportation.

Hello friends,
I just want to ask about the bolded part of my sentence. Is it understanable?
I tried to mean it is paid by the people who will host the guests. (afforded charge/cost of)

Which one better to use to mean the trip to arrival station? Is there any better alternative?

Thanks in advance.
 
  • PaulQ

    Banned
    UK
    English - England
    I am afraid it is incomprehensible, but your explanation is not so bad. :)

    They can stay in restored guest houses for free with the chance of and possibly have afforded charge/cost of their arrival/ free transportation to the accommodation.
     
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