1 Corinthians 13: 1 & 13

If I speak in the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I am only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal.

And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.

4 December 2014

Day camp with 3A (6C Lo Wing Chi)

Last Thursday our class went to Cheung Chau and had a day camp. It was incredible! We had so much fun there.

People from my class were divided into 3 groups; one was barbecuing, one was cycling, and another one was hiking. I was in the barbecue team.

I learnt how to control the time of grilling the chicken, but one of my friends, Paul, had burnt some of the chicken, which was a total waste of food. However, I think it’s the best way for Paul to learn how to control the time of grilling food during a barbecue. One of my favourite food is the grilled corn with some butter on it. It was so sweet and yummy! It also smelled so great!

After a while, Kamy, from our class rode her bicycle to us and said that her legs were aching a lot and that she was tired. Therefore, I used her bike and I rode through Cheung Chau. It was a really sunny day, and I can never forget how fascinating the blue sky was that day with the sea view. It was the greatest day I had ever had!

When I got back to the barbecue area, the hiking team was back. They told us that there were lots of species in the mountains of Cheung Chau. They even walked into the Cheung Po Chai Hole. The boys made fun of the girls since the girls were so afraid of the dark and not brave enough to get inside. It was super funny to listen to their hiking stories

It was a brilliant day camp. I hope we can go to the other islands and have another day camp soon.

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