Benoni to Kgalagadi T F park. Leeupan Guest-house. Prt. 1.

by Lourens Erasmus
(Benoni South Africa)

Dune directly in front of the Guest house.

Dune directly in front of the Guest house.

Dune directly in front of the Guest house.
A Witgat tree. The roots are ground and for a Coffee substitute.
Sunrise on Leeupan guestfarm.
An eary sight before sunrise at 4.30 in the morning.An old water pump of eysteryear.

25 Km from Vanzylsrus lies Leeupan Guest house run by Lorraine where we stayed over. You are free to roam the farm and climb sand dunes. My best time was 4.30 the morning waiting on a dune for the sun to come up.

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Benoni to Kgalagadi - Leeupan Prt. 2.

by Lourens Erasmus
(Benoni South Africa)

The moment that the sun broke the horizon behind the dune.

The moment that the sun broke the horizon behind the dune.

The moment that the sun broke the horizon behind the dune.
As the sun got higher it lit up the Camelthorn trees on the opposite dunes.
Camelthorn gateway to the dunes.
Water for the farm animals mostly sheep and goats.

WE only had one night at Leeupan Guest house. With the rest of my party still asleep I wandered into the dunes at 4.30 the morning and experienced the most beautiful sunrises from different vantage points on the dunes.

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