Small streets were crowded with vendors of all sorts. From souvenir shirts to white mice, one can stumble upon the most peculiar finds at low prices. There were smiling wooden masks with intricate carvings, summery wind chimes with pink, green and yellow flowers hanging, and even lamps that looked like cylindrical stained glasses displaced from the church piece by piece. Lost in taking photos using our amateur point-and-shoot cameras, a middle-aged lady vendor began teasing us to pay five pesos per shot.
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