A man on one of the most famous beaches in the world has built a cave house to hide inside from the Corona virus pandemic, as a man known only as “Ohi” begins to live in a cave near the homes of wealthy homeowners in Mount Drury Reserve In a New Zealand beach town Mount Maunganui In early 2020, according to the British newspaper, “Daily Mail”.
The man’s living inside the cave
Ohi said that while his home in the cave looked bleak, it was just a place to stay warm and safe from the Corona virus, adding: “There are a lot of people in the world today who are worse off than me .. Who am I to complain?
The man I like
His home is also visible to people walking to and from a beach Mount Maunganui The world-famous – which is about 200 meters away, is rated Mount Maunganui As the best beach in New Zealand, it has been listed among the top 25 beaches in the world. “They’re all millionaires here,” Ohy said.
Ouhi moved to the cave when he “moved” from living in a local park that the authorities wanted to “clean up” at the start of the epidemic, where he says “there is no housing” and the rock was the only place he could find “shelter”.
Laura Wood, of the homeless charity Under the Stars, said there was very little available for the homeless to find shelter in New Zealand in 2021 in part because of the pandemic.