Travel ASMR: A Tingly Texas Itinerary + Soft Spoken Packing List

In this week’s Travel ASMR video, I’m coming to you live from San Antonio, Texas. I’ll be telling you about some of my favorite local experiences, from beautiful strolls to bars serving ghost chili-laced cocktails. Moreover, I’ll open my suitcase to show you exactly how I packed for my one-week Texas trip visiting San Antonio and Austin.

Some ASMR triggers used in this video include soft speaking, zippers and tapping.

This soft spoken video showcases actual advice for packing and planning a similar vacation, so along with relaxing you I hope this video helps your own travel safety endeavors.

Fun Facts For Visiting San Antonio

A few fun San Antonio facts to start you off with:

  • I kept saying San Antonio was an uber romantic city due to the abundance waterfront restaurants, winding staircases and sprawling ivy; however, Amazon also rated it the USA’s most romantic city in 2014 thanks to the abundance of romance novels and films being bought from there.
  • At the local Witte Museum you can see a very special bench. It once sat near the River Walk, and is where Johnny Cash inscribed “Johnny Loves Vivian” declaring his love to his later-to-be first wife, Vivian Liberto. Cash’s song “Walk the Line” is pledging devotion to Liberto.
  • Many celebrities were born in San Antonio, some including Joan Crawford, Carol Burnett, Jared Padalecki and Michelle Rodriguez.

What Is ASMR?

If you’ve never seen an autonomous sensory meridian response (ASMR) video before it may be a bit weird at first, as ASMR is a phenomenon not everyone experiences; however, those of us who do know how powerful it can be for stress relief, inducing sleep and relaxation through whisper / soft speaking, gentle touches and tingle-worthy sounds. You can read more about ASMR here, as well as how I use it to relax on the road here.

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