"I was never good at cards, though I could play a mean game of exploding snap."
They were soon settled down in a cozy spot, he couldn't help but look round the room and at the other occupants. Of course, it wasn't like the muggles were entirely alien to him after all they were just as human as he was but still he couldn't help but listen into snippets of conversations and wonder what it was they were talking about.
He looked Hera though as she asked him a question, "this is true but that's because I find you very interesting to talk to, but you have every right to ask me questions and you can anytime you want. Well for one I like spending time with people whom I enjoy their company, then there is playing with my daughter. At the moment I have to be honest I've done very little else with my time beside seeing you, working and spending time with Ylenia. I should do something about that and my friend Leo, keeps reminding me about that. But they are hobbies that I am not sure I can really talk about..." his voice trailed off as his eyes flicked to indicate they were not for muggle ears. Not they would entirely get it other than looking at them as if they were weird. It would be a different matter if they were at a place not local to either of them but this was Hera's place to go and he'd rather not make things awkward for her.
"Flying..." he said after a moment, "and travelling."
They were fairly normal topics.
"Again, not things I've done a great deal of outside of work again. Makes me a little dull, in that aspect."
He lifted up his drink and took a sip.
God, he really did sound quite dull work took so much up of his time, and now he sort of understood how it had happened to his father.