GOA uncut 2013 – Goa ASMR videos

This video tells about Goa and Goan nature as it was in 2013. It has uncut and unstaged videofootage saved by a travelblogger while traveling in Goa, India. Unique collection of Goa ASMR videos!

See for example sunrise and sunset in Goa, South Goa and North Goa, Margao, Colva, Sernabatim Beach, Anjuna Flea Market beach, Baga Beach and Morjim Beach. See the beautiful nature in Goa and hear the beautiful birds singing!

Video duration 37:50

Collection of Goa ASMR videos

This video will also answer for example to these following questions:

0:00 Sunrise – What does the sunrise look like in Goa, India and what does it sound like when a rooster crows in India

3:48 Baga Beach – How is the Baga Beach in North Goa during daytime outside peak tourist season

6:08 Majorda Beach – Are there swimming supervisor working in Majorda Beach, South Goa, in tourist season

7:09 Colva Beach – What kind of shops there are in the evening in Colva Beach, South Goa

8:09 Colva – What it’s like to ride a scooter in evening in Colva, South Goa

9:10 Sernabatim Beach – What does Sernabatim beach in South Goa look like and what guesthouse is there

10:11 3-leg dog – How does an Indian dog run with only 3 legs

12:01 Birds – How do Indian birds sing in Goa and how nice is living in the middle of palm trees

13:16 Colva – How is Colva during daytime outside peak tourist season

14:19 Benaulim Beach – What does the entrance to the Benaulim Beach look like

15:20 South Goa – What did the streets look like in South Goa in 2013

17:20 Single bird – How does a single bird sing in Goa

19:02 How do Goan birds sing before sunset

20:37 Sunset – What does it look (and sound) like the sun setting behind the Arabian Sea in India

22:04 Church bells – What does it sound like when a church bell rings in Goa

23:04 Margao – What did Margao city center look like in 2013

24:28 Lighthouse – What do North Goa beaches look like seen from Fort Aguada Lighthouse

25:34 Calangute – What did the entrance to Calangute Beach look like in 2013

26:34 Anjuna – How was the Anjuna Flea Market Beach and Cafe Looda in 2013

29:00 Live music – What kind of live music is played in Anjuna Flea Market and Cafe Looda

31:27 Anjuna – What color are the rocks and the sand in Anjuna Flea Market Beach

33:01 Morjim – What does Morjim Beach look like during sunset when it is windy

34:01 How the sun sets behind the sea

35:01 Arabian Sea – What do the Arabian Sea waves sound like during sunset if you sit in a beach shack

36:23 How the setting sun melts in the horizon in India

Enjoy the video and the asmr voice trip it gives and read more about travel and Goa from my visual guide INDIVUE – Trip to Goa!

I’ve been making it for 17 years, also in Finnish: Matka Goaan.

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Kleines Café in Vienna with my video reaction

Some 10 days back I published a video in YouTube indivuetv which I had filmed in Vienna, Austria. It was about the famous Kleines Café. What makes that café famous to me was the fact that it had been shown in the lovely film called Before Sunrise, starring Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy. And now it’s time to tell my reaction to the video.

Video duration: 1:18

Kleines Café in Vienna

Yes, you read it right. My reaction to my video. In YouTube it is very popular to take somebody else’s video or a movie trailer and then film it again with your own facial reactions and publish that. But how about making your own video and then show your own reactions to that?

So 10 days have gone since the publishing and I think it’s enough time to reflect back to what I’ve done. This 1:18 minutes long video has gotten 39 views by now says Google. That’s a little sad, considering how much time and energy I had put in this video – I mean – in addition to filming and editing and publishing, I had first waited for 3 years to go to Vienna, shifting my original flights year after year because of corona restrictions. Then finally in June 2022 I am in Vienna and after a long day in an art museum I walk in the Viennese streets aimlessly and suddenly from around the corner this beautiful color green Kleines Café jumps in.

And that’s how the video starts, focusing on the Kleines Café’s greenish facade. It is warm summer evening and the terrace is full of customers. My first reaction was like oh no, will I get a seat, but the next thing the video shows, there’s many seats inside the café. The café which had suddenly started to look like a pub to me. I hesitated to go in because I was not after cooling beer like the customers sitting outside, but when the busy waiter brought the menu, I dared to stay.

The movie Before Sunrise is a must see for every young traveller from the mid ’90s. It has a scene where the lead actors, Parisian girl and American boy, who had met in a train, sit in the terrace of this Kleines Café. In the scene it is late night and dark, and a funny fortune teller pops in from somewhere to read her (Julie Delpy’s) palm. But the film never took you inside the Kleines Café in Vienna. Like my video does now.

So the video began with the terrace and then the first look inside to this cafe. Then comes in the menu and from there you can see the famous Viennese sachertorte, sachkercake, (4,2e) which you will see in this video later on. But before that, the video reminds you that Kleines Café has been working since 1970. The café was older than me! Respect. But the next thing you see is the back of chairs which look really worn-out. Makes you wonder could they also be 52 year old chairs…

The video starts showing you spice grinders on the tables, which would not be common in a bar. The music in this cozy café, which you of course can’t hear, was good old rock songs played. And that brings me to the background music in this video – Yes, I admit, it is not very good, but it was the best free music I could find for this video.

After spice grinders we get to see outside from the table where I sat, the newspapers hanging by the door, and a little bit more of the café interior with the liquor bottles. This was while waiting for the sandwiches and the sachkercake and the nonalcoholic drink. The sachkercake comes with cream foam and you can see the chocolate shining and glimmering on top of the cake. I must say it was the best sachkercake I had in Vienna. And Vienna is famous for its sachkercake.

Allthough the video feasts with the cake from many angles, I don’t think it can tell you how delicious that cake really was. I mean, it was really awesome. Or was it just the long day in the museum? I don’t think so. And what about the sandwiches then, you might think? Rye bread with fresh cheese and tomato and chives and rye bread with fresh cheese, camembert cheese and chives. Well, they were also nice, especially the tomato sandwich. They had cut it nicely so that it was easy to eat. See that also in the video.

In the end the video points out to the half-extinguished lightbulbs as if hinting that the video is almost done. And finally it gives a last glimpse to the street sign saying Franziskanerplatz – the street by which I found Kleines Café.

Having been to that café myself, I think this one minute video portrayed the café well enough, without being too commercial or music video-like with fast flashing images. And considering the modest equipment I had for making this, it was ok.

What do you think about this video? Have you been to Kleines Café yourself? What would you recommend?

Read more inspiring traveling in Europe from INDIVUE – Trip to Europe and tell your friend as well!

Taste trip around the world – Videos of restaurants and cafes

I’ve photographed restaurants and cafes around the world, or around Europe and India to be more specific, and I’ve made videos of them to tell you about mostly nice taste experiences I’ve had along the way. I’ve been posting music videos with cafe and restaurant theme on my YouTube channel for several years now and I’m building an inspiring playlist into my Youtube channel INDIVUETV called Restaurants and cafes around the world.

There are already 62 videos on that playlist and my goal is to make it altogether 100 music videos by the end of the year. I hope those videos will inspire my readers and viewers to go out again for a cup of tea or rice after two years of sitting at home because of corona. Join as a viewer and subscriber to see the latest videos as soon as they’re released!

Press play and let me take you on a taste trip around the world, to its cafes and restaurants in India and Europe!

Restaurants and cafes


A Yemeni restaurant from Helsinki, a Finnish restaurant from Espoo, a café from Fiskars and a grill from Alavus have already made it to this playlist from Finland. In addition, you will find also a grill from Nurmijärvi as well as a Turkish restaurant, some cafés in Porvoo and Turku and several restaurants in Åland.

There are even more cafés and restaurants from Helsinki, such as a Thai restaurant and a Middle Eastern restaurant. Indian and Nepali restaurants can also be found of course. Especially vegetarian food and gluten-free food stand out in my videos and video collection, as a tip for their consumers.

Well-known shipping companies, and especially their vegetarian and fish foods, are also featured well in my restaurant videos. In addition, several cafes from Helsinki, including the cat café and the ice cream rickshaw, have found their way into this delicious and inspiring video collection I made. So sit back and watch and get inspired – Lots of new videos are on their way from Finland and elsewhere from the world!

By June 2022 my restaurant and café -video collection has had a café known from a film which was shot in Vienna, a café from Goa, and the best Indian restaurants in Europe. In addition to Goa and India, I have made café and restaurant videos e.g. from Poland, Sweden, Germany, Spain, Estonia, the Netherlands and Latvia by now. So do subscribe to my channel and enjoy the taste trip!

Check out and recommend also my visual INDIVUE travel guides – you will find them below –

Trip to Finland

Trip to Europe

Trip to Goa

Trip to India

Trip to Bollywood

You can read this post also in Finnish.