Us girls mostly played the ‘pastela’. I don’t know now, some times they call it ‘patito’. I don’t know what you call it. What we do, we draw a rectangle on the ground, like a little house, on the top and the bottom we draw four little triangles. And with the ‘pastela’, a flat stone, we had to throw it from one place to another, without touching on the line. If the ‘pastela’ touched the line, you lost of course, and the other child took it. And to play, because we had to see who will go first, to start and we said “pou pro…, pou de…, pou tri…”. Meaning first, second and third. And we played without arguing about who would play first and who second.