Go hiking and then cool off with a dip in the sea
It was a sunny day and I went swimming with my friends.
When I jumped into the water, I felt very happy because I could practise the butterfly stroke which I learned from one of my friends.
After a refreshing dip, I stayed under the sun for some time because sunlight is a major source of vitamin D.
The relaxing day relieved my pressure and I felt stronger.
We should all set aside time to relax so that we can be fresh and ready to face our next challenge.
STFA Tam Pak Yu College
Thanks for your letter, Kenneth. It sounds as though you have been having a very active and healthy summer. Swimming is an aerobic exercise, it keeps you toned - and it's lots of fun. My favourite beach to swim at is Shek O.
And a great thing to do before you jump in the water at Shek O is to do the hike called the Dragon's Back. Jump on the number 9 bus from Shau Kei Wan station and get off just after the small roundabout at Tai Tam. Walk up the steps, following the sign to Shek O Country Park. The trail is a mixture of woodland and open views. And after your hike you can cool off with a dip in the sea.