I sometimes play around with my Amiga A1200, (or even my old '86 vintage A1000 :-) ). Once upon a time I used to do some programming on it, but nowadays I use it mostly for playing games, personal note keeping and such things.
If I happen to get enough time, I like to read a good book. Although I like a lot of different stuff, I tend to end up reading mostly Science Fiction. One reason for this is that I find the hypothesizing and imagination in (the better part of) the genre very entertaining. However, on a more serious note, the genre also gives the author the opportunity to investigate various important/interesting issues in a more open way, without having to bother about how things are today or about current preconceptions about how things "should" be. This can be both quite refreshing and disturbing, but in either case I think it gives you food for thought, and it can increase your ability to see what might come out of some situation. I think politicians should be required to read some good Science Fiction :-)
Whenever I'm home and don't do something else that requires my auditory attention, I'm in the habit of having some music on, either to listen to more properly or, more commonly, in the background while doing whatever else I'm doing. Traditionally, I've been listening mostly on '80s and '90s pop/rock music. However, I have increasingly taken more interest in more "intellectual" (in lack of a better word) music, as well as various kinds of world/folk/ethno music, especially when those are mixed up with pop/rock music. I can't quite let go of my roots. :-) Some examples of the former are Laurie Anderson, Kate Bush, and Peter Gabriel, and of the latter Hedningarna, Amina, and Ofra Haza.
I also have a habit of seating myself in front of the stupidity box (aka TV), and watch some movie or other stuff. Again, Science Fiction ranks high, as does British Comedy serieses and science programs, none of which are shown all too often in Swedish TV... I guess I shouldn't complain though, there used to be even less.
I have taken a more or less serious interest in beer, and I like most styles that have any real taste. This mostly excludes the mega brewery stuff that is made for the least common denominator market, which I find mostly boring if not actually bad. I have also started to brew my own, and find homebrewing a very interesting and rewarding (in terms of craftsmanship at least as much as the resulting beer) hobby. You may want to check out my beer page for more information about beer and brewing. There's not much there yet, but I'm working on it.
If I want something stronger than beer, the choice will usually be some Single Malt Whisky. You may want to check out John Butler's Edinburgh malt whisky tour for more information on this beverage.