The customs are the same.  During Easter we had the Epitaph, with the ‘myrofores’ (women bearing myrrh).  The ‘myrofores’ wore a blue skirt and white shirt, and had a basket with a purple ribbon. They were the same. During Carnival the only different thing now is that we don’t wear the traditional costumes.   The girls then wore the ‘fountoma’ costume and the boys were ‘tsoliades’.  At Carnival they wore scarves tied all around. And on the national holidays, on the 25th of March and the 28th of October they wore them plain. A ‘foustanela’ with a vest. The girls dressed up, with their plaits in the back. We had plaits, we didn’t have the scarf on its own. Always a plait, all of us. Young and old.