Anatolia is also known as Asia Minor and comprises most of modern Turkey. It is a region bounded by the Mediterranean Sea to the south, the Black Sea to the north, the bulk of the Asian mainland to the east and the Aegean Sea to the west.
Ankara is the capital of Turkey and is a modern city with traces of past thrown in with the help of various historic ruins. The Mausoleum of Ataturk, which is on the hill, is a special tribute to the founder of the Modern Turkey. It also contains the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations. The museum has many evidences of the cultures and peoples who have lived in Anatolia in the past. The Temple of Augustus should be of interest to people who have an inclination to Roman sites. The Kale (the castle) area offers the best of entertainment and dining opportunities for anyone who's interested in the same.
Goreme and Urgup are two popular tourist spots which have cave dwellings around them. Goreme Open Air Museum contains churches and chapels which are from the 10th century.
Catalhoyuk is an extremely ancient city, and is also a very important archeological site. It will hold interest only for archaeology fans as there is no much sightseeing to be done by any traveler.
The Ala Mountains provides ample trekking and mountaineering activities all around it.
Cappadocia is situated in central Anatolia. One can find cave churches and chapels shaped out of soft stones. The Cappadocia Valley offers an amazing view which can be seen from the castle located in Uchisar. Cappadocia offers lovely shopping options like artistic carpets and wines from the local area. The scenery all around can easily entice a tourist to keep photographic memories captured on their cameras.
The Zelve valley is an ideal place to experience a wild hike. While the Ihlara gorge lies along the Melendiz River and has a length of 16 kilometers. It also displays churches carved in the rocks and the churches have interesting frescoes.
Konya has many monuments dating back from the Selcuk period. Anadoluhisarı is also of interest as it was erected as a watch fort and has a 25 m high quadratic main tower along with five watchtowers in the corners
Ta Marija Restaurant
In «Ta 'Marija», located in the center of the village Mosta you’ll be amazed by the welcoming atmosphere created thanks to the traditional setting of talented entertainers and warm ones. Every Wednesday and Friday after the Auto Reviews and Auto Shows that are shown in the TV, customers are invited to sing accompanied by mandolin and guitar, traditional and popular songs ... Read full Blog post
Ati-atihan in Kalibo Aklan
Ati-atihand origins ccan be traced to 1210 when refugees from Borneo would smear their faces with soot in affectionalte immitation of the Filipino natives The island of Panay in the Visayas is where this particular detail of Philipine history took place sometime ih the late 12th or early 13th century. For centuries hence, it has been commemoratged in one specific place - in Kalibo, the capital ... Read full Blog post
An Aerial fiesta in Clark Pampanga
Its a party in the sky as multi colored hot air balloons piloted ny different pilots from various partso of the world participated in this annual gathering. As early as 5am, the 2,500 hectare aviation complex at Clar Economic Zone in Pampanga was already crammedi with excitement. Clusters of hot air balloon participants busily prepare their own balloons for liftoff as they need to take advantage of ... Read full Blog post