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Muizenberg's walks - Walk in Africa
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27 Jan

Muizenberg’s walks

Muizenberg is famous for its long white beach, warm water and predictable surf. It has a good reputation for ice cream, too. It is also well known for its transition from playground of the wealthy to derelict and, more recently, back to a favoured residential area.
Looking further into the past it is celebrated for the old toll-house and its keeper Sgt Muys (after whom the village is named), as well as The Battle of Muizenberg and the house where Cecil John Rhodes died.<

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Surprisingly, it is not recognized for the wonderful walks to be had in the area.

Have a look at these photos and tell me what you think!