Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands Review - Soldiers of fortune
By unlocking intel within the province, you’ll unlock story missions and eventually a shot at that province’s cartel member, so you can’t just go in and kill them straight away. Outside of the main story, there’s so much for you to get involved in. Supply missions (side missions) let you earn resources for you to help upgrade different aspects of your skill set. There’s also a pair of binoculars at your disposal, and once enemies are tagged you can sync your shots – by doing so, you can order one of your team mates to engage one of the enemies you’ve tagged, which gives you the option to take out three or... There are a total of 26 provinces for you to explore, and in every province there’s a member of the cartel, ranging from underbosses, security buchons, and one of the heads of the four departments (security, influence, smuggling, production) that... Source: God is a Geek: Video Game Reviews, Previews, Videos, Podcasts, and More.
All aboard the sleeper train to Luxor — Luxor, Egypt
It was quite pleasant when we arrived about 8 am, and there were very few other people around. We rode to Karnak temple in horse drawn carriages, which is the main way of transporting tourists in this area. We were pleased that our room has a view of the Nile, rather than the boat moored next door. We met our horse drawn carriages again for the ride to our river boat. Amr gave us a very informative tour of the highlights of the temple (he is extremely knowledgeable about ancient Egyptian history - he has a history degree) and then we had some free time to wander around on our own. We saw another train boarding as we arrived, and I'm sure glad we weren't on that train. I took a picture of the boat as we walked towards it, and of the lobby area inside (it looked really nice). However I was rather surprised when we kept walking through the boat to another boat that was moored next to it. Our boat wasn't quite as impressive inside though it still is nice. We saw lots of horse carriages in Alexandria where the horse did not appear to be very well looked after, so we were a bit leery about this, but Amr said this was really the only way to get from the train station to the river boats (or in our... Source: TravelPod.com TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at TravelPod.com