This blog is about my travels. At home in New Zealand, in other parts of Oceania, North, Central and South America and in Europe.
New Zealand's 2020 lockdown had included asking people not to partake in (most) outdoor activities, including things like surfing and rockclimbing - due to the possibility that someone might get injured and that hospital bed might have been needed for a hospital patient. So it was great to get out rock climbing once again.
Lockdown being over, and life having returned to normal, my friend and I headed off to Ti point, which is a beautiful place for climbing, about a drive of hour and a half North of Auckland. The sea crashes underneath the climbs and the whole area is surrounded by salt spray. You can see all the way across to Hauturu / Little Barrier Island. We mainly did some sport climbs, although we did one trad climb which was fun. It's really gorgeous there and we had a great day!
I am a traveller from New Zealand. My blog is to inform friends and family about my adventures. I hope you enjoy it!