Hello there from Madrid! We are a little late publishing this post, but I’m sure you’ll forgive us because we are spending some days with my family in the charming capital city.
We have enjoyed these days with walking tours around the city, playing Super Luigi Wii U with 4 players (too addictive!) and taking photos, loads of them, so be aware that we will be sharing them on the following weeks. We have also missed lots our sweet Juno, but well… that is quite an unavoidable side effect of being away from home.
Barcelona and Madrid are not really that far away from each other thanks to the fast train, called AVE, that connects them in 2 and a half hours. When we are travelling with my family we try to book table tickets that are not only cheaper but also allows us to make the 2 hours lighter by bringing some board games. They also play some movie in the train TVs, but they tend to be lousy, so we skip it by bringing or own fun, ha! Do you also like to pack board games when travelling by train?
This time we chose Sushi Go, our new card games that comes in a little tin box which makes it specially easy for travelling. Have you ever played it? It’s super easy, so you can more easily enroll new players to the game, and it has the cutest drawings of the most well-known Japanese food: double win?
The game was a birthday present for Dani. Do you also choose presents by how cute they look? *wink*, this time it was quite irresistible, but luckily I had also read some good reviews beforehand and it is a game for 2 or more players.
With this sweet image of Juno we bid adieu for a few days, we will come back with some adventures with my family!