There are a lot of food that are sold in the streets. So, you can no longer go hungry, or even thirsty, when you take part of a long procession. Back then, only few stalls were available which sold limited items like balots and cotton candies. Now, you have a wide range of food choices.
Can you tell a photographers from 'fotographers' (fake photographers)? Well, there were a lot of "photographers" along the street to take photos or even videos, especially that almost all of us own a camera or a phone with camera. Unfortunately, I did not bother to ask for their Facebook account and tag me in their photos.
It was so nice to see a lot of families attended the procession. I remembered when my grandmother (Lola Perry, who I missed so much), brought me to every procession in our town. I had to wake up early at 2am and, like every religious rituals we attended to, I always got excited. This time, it was no longer early in the morning and I was with my mother, bringing along 2 large white candles. (Too bad, we didn't take some photos of ourselves).