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  • Are friends the best travel guides?
  • Are friends the best travel guides?
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Are friends the best travel guides?

From websites to apps, travellers are inundated with recommendations and reviews of places to eat, drink and visit. But often a scribbled note from a friend is the best guide. Founded on this idea, Travelboxe is an online friend-to-friend recommendation network.

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