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Hello, Marcben! Welcome to Wikitravel.

To help get you started contributing, we've created a tips for new contributors page, full of helpful links about policies and guidelines and style, as well as some important information on copyleft and basic stuff like how to edit a page. If you need help, check out Wikitravel:Help, or post a message in the travellers' pub.-texugo 22:38, 22 October 2011 (EDT)

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Hi there. Please go back to this image page above and add source information. Where did you get this image? With no source info, the image will likely be deleted. Thanks. texugo 08:15, 24 October 2011 (EDT)

Thanks for your contributions!

I admit, I had never heard of Tomohon until just a few weeks ago. Now, I know a good deal about the city because of your excellent contributions. I'm particularly happy with the photos you've posted (other than the issue with the map that Texugo addresses above).

All the best,

Ikan Kekek 18:42, 29 October 2011 (EDT)

Ikan Kekek, I also want to thank you for your contribution in correcting the sentences. I am not an native speaker of English. I realize there are many errors in the posting. Thank God for your correction now, it looks nicer. Thank you! Marcben 00:54, 1 November 2011 (EDT)

Oh by the way, about your question Does the Christmas Season ends in January 31st? perhaps in December 31st? The answer is yes, it does. January 31st is the end of all holiday season including the Christmas. That's when all people undo the Christmas tree and remove the Christmas decoration from the house as well as Christmas Celebration from the Catholic. In the Church Holiday, we call it the end of the Epiphany. In the reading, I also describe a day called Kuncikan. That's the end of the holiday season. This kuncikan is celebrated as a thanksgiving that we can celebrate both big holidays, Christmas and New Year again.