School day tours around Sydney or someplace else in Australia can be wonderful, exciting, and fun. You will be able to visit interesting places, learn new things, and forge unforgettable experiences. The rides in between, however, will be another matter entirely.
Coming Together to Have Fun
Aboard Sydney coaches, students will either sleep, watch the world pass by outside the windows, or chit-chat with classmates. Coach rides might become dull and forgettable, but you can change that. Games or singing can bring everyone in a coach together, creating memories even between tour locations.
Finding out More About Each Other
Everyone or a small group of your classmates can join in to play “Two Truths and a Lie.” In the game, each player tells two truths and one lie about themselves, and the rest of the group will try to guess which one is the lie. For a more exciting experience in the game, you can designate a theme such as relationships, crushes, public humiliations, or secrets.
Testing Your Naming Skills
The previous game can be too revealing for some people. You can instead play “Last Letter, First Letter.” You start by picking a category — animals, names, cities, and so forth. The first player names something under the chosen category, after which the second player must give another name whose first letter is the last letter of the word the previous player gave. For example, under the category of cities in Australia, if the first word is “Perth,” the second could be “Hamilton” or “Hervey Bay.”
Singing Like There’s No Tomorrow
Finally, and perhaps the most fun of all, you can belt out tunes and songs with your classmates at the top of your lungs. You can all sing acapella. If someone has a portable speaker, or if you can use your coach’s sound system, you can sing along to all-time favourites.
Coach rides can be as enjoyable and memorable as the locations you will visit. You simply have to make an effort to have fun with your classmates. Your Sydney day tour will be unforgettable indeed.