Sea Point
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Adding to the natural charms Sea Point is known for is a ‘rockstar’ who adds a little love to one of the suburb’s beaches almost every evening!


Sea Point, South Africa (08 January 2024) — Every evening, walkers, runners, skaters and cyclers who take to Sea Point’s pavements and paths can look forward to some of nature’s most enriching treasures (for free).

There are an abundance of beaches, each with its own personality. No two sunsets are ever the same. And, in the background from almost every location in the suburb, Lion’s Head is softly looking down on you.

In the midst of all these gentle, bold and blow-your-fringe-back marvels, there is another natural treasure to take in—the joy of the people around you experiencing it all.

As if a Promenade walk didn’t all feel cinematic enough, there’s another sight of gentle delight to enjoy when you pace further up beyond the community swimming pools. It’s a reflection of the joy every onlooker experiences, and an invitation to pay the joy forward with a rich heart.

Just before Saunders Beach is the lesser-frequented Sunset Beach. There, rocks take different formations to make pictures that’ll make passersby smile. But, this is not nature’s arrangement. Instead, it is the work of an unsung rockstar who dedicates themselves to different displays inciting smiles. More often than not, there’s a massive heart to marvel at. These creations happen practically every evening, making them an expected surprise for frequent walkers.

There are few things we value more at Good Things Guy than people going above and beyond to leave a little love behind, no matter where they are or what they have to work with. As such, we’re on the search for the rockstar!

Anyone with more information as to who the rockstar is, or why they do what they do, please contact us on

Here’s to a year of spreading more love, wherever we go.

Sources: GTG
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Ashleigh Nefdt is a writer for Good Things Guy.

Ashleigh's favourite stories have always seen the hidden hero (without the cape) come to the rescue. As a journalist, her labour of love is finding those everyday heroes and spotlighting their spark - especially those empowering women, social upliftment movers, sustainability shakers and creatives with hearts of gold. When she's not working on a story, she's dedicated to her canvas or appreciating Mother Nature.

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