It’s been almost 2 months since we’ve moved to London and since then, I’ve made it a point to meet fellow travel bloggers who are either based in the city or just passing through. I personally don’t know anybody here in London and I feel like meeting like-minded people would be the best way for me to meet (future) friends. I kind of got tired though of meeting people individually so last week, I organized a tour for London-based Female Travel Bloggers so we could all meet together in one fun event. Having had a great experience with Fun London Tours previously, I contacted them once again and got a group rate for their Liar Liar Tour.
Liar Liar Tour is unlike any of the tours you’ve ever taken. Our tour guide Matt insisted that it’s best if there will be at least 10 people joining the group and when I went on the tour, I realized that he’s correct. The more the merrier as they say and of course, Matt did a good job once again to make the tour interesting and fun for all of us.
At the beginning of the tour, Matt divided our group of 10 into three teams. We were then asked to think of a name for our team and due to the fact that it was totally unexpected, we came up with a very cheesy name that I can’t even write on here. Lol. The other teams were called Sherlock Holmes and True Detectives which I think were both nicely done. :p
During the tour, Matt showed us major tourist attractions without overlooking the smaller details of each places. At each location, Matt will give us three stories – two of which are true and one is false. Our teams will have to guess which one is false. Whichever team gets the correct answer will get a point and whoever wins, will receive the prize of ending the tour with their head held high. Lol.
To be completely honest, I wasn’t expecting the competition between teams and most specially – I wasn’t expecting how competitive we all were. We’ve all taken the competition quite seriously, whenever Matt tells us the three stories – each group will have a short meeting together to discuss which one is false. It kinda look funny how we’re all discussing everything quite intently like our lives depended on it. :p
If there’s one thing that I learned from this tour that is there are so many weird facts hidden behind each attractions you see around London. Most of the time, the crazier the story is the more truth there is to it. Some are just unbelievable but then Matt will show us an evidence to prove that it’s actually true.
Liar Liar Tour is a family-friendly tour which can be enjoyed by adults and kids alike. I do highly recommend it as we all had a great time even if my team lost. :p
Liar Liar Tour by Fun London Tours
Tour Starts outside Monument Station, Fish St Hill Exit. 1.5 hours.
GBP12 per adult
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We received a group rate of GBP10 per person for our group of 10. All photos except for the featured image which was provided by Janki of Out Of Office Travellers are my own and opinions expressed are genuine and in no way influenced.
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