Popping my Point Perpendicular cherry: a newbie’s guide to surviving NSW sea cliffs


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Point Perpendicular, New South Wales

1. The world of sea cliffs climbing is different to that of the mountains. Be at one with the spooge. You may be terrified of the supreme slippage at first, but you must try to acclimatise in order to avoid day long grumpiness.

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2. If you formerly had a terrifying sea cliff experience, expect this one to be no different. There are waves. They are big. And crashing. Hmm.
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3. Leaning out over the cliff yields the best photos. Add a lathering of mist and a good looking man to complete the adventure look.
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4. Albeit overcast, wear sunscreen and bring sunglasses. Ocean + glare + strolling along light coloured cliff lines = squinty eyes (and a weird tan).

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5. Don’t be so busy being terrified that you forget to bask in your surroundings.

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One thought on “Popping my Point Perpendicular cherry: a newbie’s guide to surviving NSW sea cliffs

  1. another year without a post? if it is that you have another blog, it would be nice to post a link… and if it is that you changed your goal of being a journalist/reporter/traveler/blogger, it would be nice to say goodbye! come on, wanderer!

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