Muizenberg is a seaside suburb of Cape Town, South Africa. It is located on the shores of the Cape Peninsula and bends eastward on the coast of False Bay. It is considered to be the birthplace of South African surf and is currently home to the surf community, centered on the popular "surfers' corner", with white soft sands stretching all the way to False Bay, more than 20 kilometers away.
South Africa is known as the country of the rainbow, in addition to the colourful fairy-tale house in the Malaysian district of Cape Town, on the beach of Fort Mason, along the beach, the iconic colourful beach huts.
This Victorian house dates back to the 19th century. When I first saw it, I thought it was a fairy tale house. I asked local talents to come. These beautiful houses are the surfers' locker rooms. .