How to travel with your partner and not kill them – Learning to get along

I am sharing this info not because I like to air my dirty laundry but because I’m sure everyone goes through it and some do not make it. Our second big issue in the outback was each other. Somewhere between the first blissful months of traveling with your significant other, and, in our case month … Continue reading How to travel with your partner and not kill them – Learning to get along

What to do in the Aussie Outback

Our first outback stint was on a cattle station. Over 150kms to the nearest grocery store but maybe 30kms to the famous Mckinlay bar where they filmed the Crocodile Dundee Movies. The owner had 2 farms, 1 for him and 1 for us. We had a little house with a big screened in veranda that over looked … Continue reading What to do in the Aussie Outback

Aussie Outback here we come

After our short time eating free and cheap fruits and veggies in the campgrounds of Childers we found a job via the internet site Travelers at work or TAW.com. A cattle station was looking for an extra hand or 2 for a short season in the Queensland outback. 1-3 months he said, so we were … Continue reading Aussie Outback here we come

Myanmar temple in Bagan

Home Decor Now Available

I am so excited to announce that I have just opened my official online store Nadbrad.com   Right now you will find Fine Art and Artist Canvas prints for home and office decor available. This caliber of Fine Art sets you, the Collector apart with a bold statement of who you are.  Strong, confident, deep, … Continue reading Home Decor Now Available

Myanmar and the City of Angels

The country of Myanmar, which was formally known as Burma is one of my all time favorite countries to visit.  The streets are alive with the most beautiful people on the planet.  My first experience in the country after leaving Western culture put a huge smile on my face and left me sitting back in … Continue reading Myanmar and the City of Angels

Walking through the rubble you are taken to a place where only dreams can describe…

Made famous by Angelina Jolie and the popular movie Tomb Raider, Cambodia and the Angkor temples receive almost 2 million visitors annually. The temples of the Angkor area number over one thousand, ranging in scale from nondescript piles of brick rubble scattered through rice fields to the magnificent Angkor Wat, said to be the world's … Continue reading Walking through the rubble you are taken to a place where only dreams can describe…

Went for a drive then this happened…

It was a windy, rainy day in Cape Howe National Park, on the South coast of Western Australia.  Hanging out on the coast was proving to be a cold experience so we went for a drive for some reprieve.  After winding around rolling hills along the water we came to the end of the road … Continue reading Went for a drive then this happened…

Gorgeous coastlines, surfing and treks all in Noosa Heads

Before we came to Australia a friend recommended we stop in Noosa. I’m so glad he did.  It's actually something we try to do on a regular basis now; travel upon recommendation, it's the easiest way to get to the most amazing places you'll never find on a map.  Noosa is right between Brisbane and … Continue reading Gorgeous coastlines, surfing and treks all in Noosa Heads

Brisbane the land of Sunsets

After taking our time relaxing our minds, bodies and souls in the Byron Bay area of Australia it was time for us to go back to the “real” world and get a job. Unfortunatly we didn’t make enough selling feather earrings on the footpath to subsidise our whole trip. So off to Brisbane we went … Continue reading Brisbane the land of Sunsets