More Student Photos of Southern Africa Posted on April 1, 2015May 23, 2017 by Lucy Hardaker More photos from student Andrea Sutliff, Siena College student studying abroad in Namibia. You can also view more CGEE photos on our new Instagram account, and by searching #CGEE. Happy photo viewing! While staying in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, I went on a day-long safari trip to Chobe National Park in Botswana. As an animal lover I almost exploded from excitement; we saw literally hundreds of elephants, hippos, giraffes, buffalos, crocodiles, various birds, and other game animals. It was amazing to see not only the animals themselves, but just the inexplicable beauty of nature. This photo was taken at one of the vantage points along Victoria Falls, (from the Zimbabwe side.) I was fortunate enough to be able to stay in Victoria Falls at a hostel during our Spring Break. The only way I can think to describe the feeling of approaching the falls is “breathtaking;” it’s obvious why it is one of the Seven Wonders of the World. This was my lovely host family, who so graciously opened their doors and arms to me. This photo was taken during the rural homestay in a village outside of Outapi, Namibia, during the CGE Farewell Party (hence the traditional Oshiwambo colors/attire.)There are really no words to describe the experiences all of us students had. This photo was taken at the Ruacana Falls, on the Namibia and Angola border. We visited the falls (which were unfortunately mostly dry due to the current drought) one afternoon for a picnic lunch after visiting and learning about the NamPower Station. We were able to climb along the rocks and ledges and even scale down to the bottom of the falls in some spots. I only wish any picture I got there could’ve capture the beauty of it all.