Alice, how are you? I’ve just got home after fooling around at the southern plaza! There we played rounders with a used bottle. (Tacky, wasn’t it? But I swear we own the baseball bat itself! We’re simply haven’t bought the ball because we went there at midnight out of the spur!). We even made an impromptu piñata which we tied to those hanging roots of a banyan tree — for us to hit with eyes closed.

Alice, I learned piñata was actually about the struggle of man against temptation. The turning and shouting represent the disorientation that temptation creates. They said, when the piñata breaks, the treats inside represent the rewards of keeping the faith.