"Well," Astrid said, her eyes moving up and to the right, as though the thought may suddenly appear in midair above her, "I suppose it depends on your idea of fun."
She gave Daphne a very serious look, suggesting a gravity that this conversation didn't otherwise appear to have. "I like to spend a lot of my time outdoors with the animals, or exploring the grounds. Shopping in the towns and city is a lot of fun, as well. Especially now, when everything is lit up. But, you don't seem very keen on the animals, or the weather, really, so I can't say that any of the things I tend to do here would strike you as enjoyable."
Perhaps this had been a bit blunt and, well, rude. It was rare that Astrid saw much point in sugar coating things, but just after she finished speaking, she looked a bit embarrassed. It wasn't Daphne's fault that this wasn't her cup of tea, and Astrid supposed she'd sounded rather accusatory just not. For someone who hadn't been raised in this sort of environment, this trip would seem downright bizarre. Daphne had been dealing with it quite well, all things considered.
"But, er," Astrid added quickly, looking back down at her hands, "There's other things. Indoor things." She searched desperately for something. "Cliche, maybe, but I do enjoy chess."