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Treasure Hunt

Imagine that you and your friends found a very old map which shows where treasure is hidden. You decided to hunt for the treasure. Tell the story about your adventure using the information found in the map below. Add your own details to make your story as interesting as possible.

Treasure Hunt

A treasure hunt! Su Pin, Shanti, Rachel and I could not wait to get started on the hunt. According to the map, the treasure was hidden in a cave on Pebble Island, a small, uninhabited island close to the mainland.

We set off for Kampung Lintang at dawn and landed further north of the village. To get to the Black Hole Cave where the treasure was hidden, we had to go around a hill.

It was Shanti who stumbled upon the Black Hole Cave. Feeling hot and tired, she leaned back against a creeper-covered 'rock' and fell through the mouth of a cave! We crawled into the cave to search for the hidden treasure. There it was - something stuffed in a small crack in the wall! I pulled out a scroll and unrolled it carefully. It was an old Chinese painting. `Is this all there is to the treasure?' asked Rachel. All of us were disappointed.

The next day, we showed the scroll to our history teacher, Encik Adnan. After examining the scroll, he said, `This looks like a painting of the Princess Hang Li Po. If it is as old as I suspect, then it is indeed a
treasure!'

The four of us looked at one another with shining eyes. What a thrilling and unexpected turn of events!

     
 
 
 

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