I have been... persuaded... to help chaperone a camping trip for a group of college-aged international students this weekend. The original planner has gotten overwhelmed, and so I'll be pitching in to 1) teach people how to build a proper fire and 2) help think of activities they can do while they're there. Unfortunately, with the time change and the schedule for traveling to the campsite, they will not have too many daylight hours the first day. Since it has been a rather long time since I was a Girl Scout, I'm reaching out to the broader community to help think of good campfire-type outdoor activities or dark/dusk-friendly games that have low risk of physical harm, don't require sophisticated language or puns, and are not likely to scandalize our students, who hail from a variety of cultures. I've got a slew of camp songs rattling around somewhere in my head, but I am guessing that they might be a little too juvenile for the students- after all, the original audience for most of them was elementary age.
So... any ideas?