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The holidays are just around the corner. Treat yourself and your family to any of these 10 lovely destinations within the Metro.




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"Hi, Mindy! I need your help. I want to make this Christmas special for my wife, since this is our first Christmas together as a married couple. I want the occasion to be memorable but not really expensive, since we're saving up to buy our own place (we are currently renting). Any ideas? Thanks! – Roy"


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Hello, Roy! That's very thoughtful of you! I'm sure your wife will appreciate whatever it is that you plan to do. But to make it really memorable, ditch material gifts. Instead, plan a mini-event just for the two of you. Do this after Christmas, so both of you can unwind after all the festivities that may have kept you busy. Take her out-of-town (Tagaytay is a good destination, as it isn't that far from Manila) and have dinner there. Then, cap off your date at a cozy coffee shop, and just talk the night away. You may also treat her to a spa date—she'll definitely thank you for treating her to a good massage after all that Noche Buena preparation. There are a lot of good spas in the metro, so you won't have a difficult time looking for one that fits your budget. If you'd rather stay at home, then spend one evening with your wife watching your favorite DVDs. Make it special by preparing some snacks for your DVD marathon, and feel free to cuddle away as you both enjoy a quiet holiday evening. Have a romantic “holidate” with your wife! xx,Mindy

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Filipino rock band Eraserheads
The Eraserheads, also popularly known as "Eheads", is a disbanded music group which came into national prominence in the 1990s. They are most remembered through their hit songs “Pare Ko,” “Alapaap,” “Magasin,” and “Ang Huling El Bimbo,” among others. Considered to be one of the most influential Filipino rock bands and biggest-selling musical acts of all time in the country, the group was formed by four alumni from the University of the Philippines-Diliman: Ely Buendia, Raymund Marasigan, Buddy Zabala and Marcus Adoro.


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  • Philippine presidential election, 1986 - Popularly known as the Snap Elections, held on 7 February 1986 was an election called earlier than expected. It was the most controversial election in the history of the Philippines.
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  • National Diabetes Awareness Week - an annual event being observed and celebrated to promote awareness of diabetes through an educational program as well as to prevent onset and progression of complication of the disease by promoting healthy lifestyle and mass screening program.


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  • December 23, 1898 - President Emilio Aguinaldo approved the draft of the Malolos Constitution. The Malolos Constitution was the basic law of the First Philippine Republic. It was also the first republican constitution among Asian countries. It was drafted by the committee headed by Felipe Calderon, Cayetano Arellano, and representatives of the Filipino people. The framework of the constitution was based from the constitutions of Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Brazil, Belgium, and France. Malolos, a city of the provice of Bulacan, was the capital of the Filipino revolutionary government.


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Victorio C. Edades (13 December 1895- 7 March 1985) is a Filipino painter and the leader of the the revolutionary Thirteen Moderns, a group of modernist artists. Known as the “Father of Modern Philippine Painting”, he is the National Artist for Visual Arts in 1976.


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