For the sixth time we went to Essen to visit the biggest boardgame fair of the world, Spiel ’08. We were there for two days, saw lots of new and old, cheap and expensive, and interesting and boring games. Played some there, and bought quite some to take home with us. Here are some photos.

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Do you know that feeling that you’re still waiting for summer to arrive, but then all of a sudden it’s autumn already? Well, there’s no mistaking about it – leaves are falling, temperatures drop, mushrooms appear in the park, and… well, wintersport has been booked!

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Already more than a month ago, we went to Northern Ireland this year after being to the republic last year. Here are the first of some interesting photos shot there.

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