New Site Turns Travelers into Video Tour Guides

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With the launch of the new web site, web surfers can now view real-life, candid travel videos of popular and interesting destinations made by everyday tourists.

Recently launched web site brings to the web real-life travel videos made by non-professionals so people anywhere in the world can view popular and interesting destinations in their raw and unpolished beauty. Web surfers can preview potential vacation spots, or simply become a "virtual tourist," taking a new trip each day.

Rather than commercial travel videos, visitors are instead treated daily to amateur camcorder videos, which are more revealing, useful and certainly entertaining. The footage is a raw and often very personal portrayal of one's trip or homeland.

Recent videos include a hike up Yosemite's beautiful Half Dome Mountain, parasailing over Rio de Janeiro, a ten minute tour of Bangkok, Thailand, a casual look of Capri, Italy, an Amsterdam canal boat tour and a UAE citizen's view of the incredible city of Dubai.

The videos are handpicked from the thousands of uploads made to and other video-based social networking sites, and posted with commentary. Viewers are encouraged to comment on each video.

"I've always found professional travel videos a bit disingenuous. It's just all too sugar-coated for me. With one can visit worldwide destinations vicariously, through the eyes of everyday people, seeing life as it really is," comments founder Mark Fleming.

For additional information on the website, or to request an interview, contact Mark Fleming, or visit

About is owned by Marklark LLC, an internet opportunities company. Its founder, Mark Fleming, has launched many technology-related companies over the years.


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