Just Yesterday, my class 6D and 6B had a trip to the High Island GeoPark in Hong Kong. It was a cloudy day and there was a lot of fog. On the way there, we saw a lot of cows. Some of them were walking on roads and sidewalks, and others were eating grass. There was even a cow who blocked our bus for 3 minutes. It was very funny.
When we arrived there, we stopped at a high cliff. From then cliff, we saw a dam in front,which separated the sea and the reservoir and a lot of mountains around the water. I did some research after the trip and found out that it was the east dam of the reservoir. Then we splited up. I went with my friend Hermann and we first walked on top of the dam. We saw some strange shape stones in front of the dam, which I thought that it was for blocking high tides.
Next, we walked down a slope and stopped next to the reservoir. The water in the reservoir was extremely clean. We could even see our own reflections clearly. Then we walked halfway around the reservoir. At that time, I saw a cave. I thought that it was Sea Cave because it was on the side of the mountain and it is the same level as the water, so I suspected the water crashed into the mountain which formed a cave.
We also saw some hexagonal rocks too! After we saw the cave, we looked up the mountain and we saw some rocks. Also near the cliff we saw some bent hexagonal rocks. It looked like a convergent bounder. One side of the hexagonal rocks are slanted downwards and the other side is straight.
It was a really interesting trip, because we got to see the beauty of nature we never see in cities, and we could look at some cool rocks too!
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