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  • TRVL turns everyone into an ‘amateur travel agent’
  • TRVL turns everyone into an ‘amateur travel agent’
    Leo Hidalgo (2016) ©
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TRVL turns everyone into an ‘amateur travel agent’

Thanks to sites like Expedia and Skyscanner, anybody can now arrange and book their own holiday. But with so many trips to choose from, picking the perfect getaway can be laborious. TRVL lets globetrotters post their past vacation and earn money from those who follow in their footsteps.

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