Carcassonne

Carcassonne is both a fortified French town (I’ve been!) and a lovely board game which I have become slightly obsessed with in the past few weeks. To be clear: I now own expansion packs. Two of them. That’s a very fulsome level of commitment.

Carcassonne! The game, not the French town. Although both are beautiful.

Carcassonne! The game, not the French town. Although both are beautiful.

People with whom I have lured into playing Carcassonne recently: Randi, Randi’s mum, Chloe and Aaron (a couple who also share our love of Indian food).

People with whom I have failed to play Carcassonne with recently, but it was still nice to see: Nolan (he visits!), Karol (he brunches!), Debra and Andrew.

And when I haven’t been playing Carcassonne, I’ve been winning and losing Worms in equal measure against Katie and playing Plants vs. Zombies 2 in solitary loner mode. (I checked this blog, and it’s been a full five years since I went through my addiction to the original game, so it’s been a decent gap before my relapse.)

Don’t worry, I have some travels booked, so this blog won’t be board games forever.

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