Over the last six months I’ve felt torn. Torn between my need for stability, a little space to call my own, routine, family and good…Read More
WELCOME TO SCRIBBLE, SNAP, TRAVEL
Hello! I’m Andrea and I have an insatiable appetite for travel (and food – the belly tells the story!). Scribble, Snap, Travel started out in 2014 as a couples’ blog, but within a year I found myself alone on my journey. I decided I wanted to continue documenting my adventures, so I now write about travelling solo with an emphasis on wellness and the transformative power of travel.
I believe that seeing more of the world helps us to learn, heal, be inspired and connect with others. In fact, travel helped me get over my breakup. I hope my stories and photos will push you to get out of your comfort zones.
I travel slow, while working on my freelance writing business as I go along, eating vegetarian food, reading a tonne of books and practising yoga when it’s warm enough to get out of bed. That’s me in a nutshell. Want to know more?
When I was younger, the words ‘afternoon tea’ conjured images of grannies nibbling on scones while having a good old natter. Fast-forward to a…Read More
Before I visited Berlin in March, I read quite a few stories of bloggers who had been victims of pickpocketing or muggings while staying…Read More
Books, much like travel, make my soul sing. Let me loose in a book store and you’ll lose me for hours. Give me a…Read More
If you’re anything like me, you like good, personal travel guides – not generic ones that you find on mainstream sites, but ones full of…Read More
If you’re on this site, chances are you love to travel. A lot. In fact, I’d say most of us love travel in one…Read More
This post is part of a two-post series on the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Angkor. The next scheduled post will be a guide…
Overview Ah, Koh Lanta. We arrived there in mid-November utterly exhausted after five weeks in India and it’s exactly what we were looking for…
Trekking in Sapa sounded like a marvellous idea at the time. But then, who can blame us? When you see the pictures of cascading…