A cruise from Stockholm to Tallinn-A Travel Tale

We cruised from Stockholm to Tallinn via Helsinki. The first leg of the journey from Stockholm to Helsinki was onboard MS Mariella, a ship in the Viking Line fleet. The second leg of the cruise from Helsinki to Tallinn, was on board MS Finlandia a ferry in the Eckerö...

Relaxing in Stockholm-A Traveller’s Tale

  We travelled to the capital of Sweden, Stockholm, by train from Oslo. As we approached the Swedish border, the forest began to close in and the farms became more sporadic than they had been across the Norwegian countryside. We crossed the border into Sweden...

3 Days in Gothenburg, Sweden-A Traveller’s Tale

We arrived in Göthenburg by train from Malmo and found the tram to our AirBnB, right outside the central station. The trams are quaint retro style rattlers painted cream and light blue, quite charming as they trundle around the city and it reminded us of Melbourne,...

How to spend a week in Malmo-A Traveller’s Tale

When heading for Scandinavia, we had wanted to stay in Copenhagen but alas there was no accomodation, or none that we were willing to pay for; hence we decided to stay across the Øresund straits, in Malmo.  In fact it turned out that what we thought was an apartment...

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We are Cath and Ian, an Aussie couple who love food, wine and travelling.
Over the last 5 years we have travelled together, starting with a few weeks at a time until 2017 when we are travelling for 12 months.

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Featured in Evade Magazine UK

Today is an exciting day for us at PossesstheWorld.com, we have been featured in the first edition of Evade Magazine UK. Evade Magazine are based in London UK and dedicated to delivering quality, in depth, independent journalism on topics ranging from politics to...

One night in Tangier

Tangier is a bustling port city in the North of Morocco, the perfect spot to depart for the south of Spain. The bus journey from Chefchaouen to Tangier was a real pleasure, the bus traversing wide valleys against backdrops of craggy mountain ranges. The bus station at...

Prague in Winter- A Traveller’s Tale

We flew into the capital of the Czech Republic, Prague, on a winters  afternoon, over dazzling snowfields, broken up by small forrest tracts. You have to remember that snow is a novelty to Aussies, we are more likely to see red dust on the side of the tarmac. It...

Meeting Friends in Sligo- A Traveller’s Tale

When you are travelling long term or living overseas, it is always nice to have a few little reminders of home and the best kind comes in the form of friends who will make the effort to visit  you. We knew it was going to be a long day when we booked our flight to...

We have been nominated for the Liebster Award

Wow, we can hardly believe it but we have been nominated for an award, the Liebster Award for Bloggers. The Liebster award is a bit like the Oscar's, an award given by Bloggers to Bloggers and is intended to support and raise the profile of new bloggers in the online...

What to do with 2 nights in Gibraltar

  Who hasn’t heard of “The Rock”? We aren’t talking of the erstwhile star of The Mummy here; not you Dwayne…. We were, once again toodling along the Spanish freeways, which we love; with the exception of the exorbitant tolls, on the way to Gibraltar.  In...

A day trip to Cordoba

We decided to visit the Mezquita at Córdoba, the renowned world heritage Mosque/Cathedral, on a Sunday during our 2 weeks in Alorà. In a short time we had traversed a few smaller roads and were on the A-45, an excellent dual lane freeway. The median strip was...

A must do for Foodies in Seville

Do you want to experience food like La Abuela (Grandma) makes? Then this is for you, authentic, traditional, sourced at the market daily, fresh food.  Where else but the food bowl of Europe? Spain. The Andalucian region and it's magnificent city of Seville are a...