John said that his familie's special tradition was an Easter Tesoureki cake. John gave her a traditional cake for Sabella to take home.
Sabella wasn't having much luck so she decided to ask around. While she was asking she met a nice elderly man named John. He told Sabella that he loved Easter traditions.
Please, take a traditional cake.
As Sabella continued to run around, she found yet another friendly person. A young adult named Sarana told her about a traditional Easter parade, gave her a picture of Jesus Christ and pointed her in the direction of a local firework shop.
Thank you so, so much! Happy Easter!
Sabella finds the fireworks and starts to run home the key ingredient for the tradition that Sabella's family loves so much. She loved learning about others different traditions while searching for part of her's.
Sabella and her family had a wonderful Easter, including their favorite midnight tradition: saved by Sabella. They also loved seeing the traditions that Sabella found on her journey.
The picture of Christ the Redeemer that was given to Sabella is yet another Easter tradition. Many cities do a big Easter parade where watchers kiss a large picture of Jesus Christ.
The fireworks at midnight is a common Easter tradition in Greece. It is to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. This is part of the Christian Orthodox religion, that is Greece's most popular religion.
A tesoureki cake is a traditional Greek Easter cake. This is usually served after the large dinner feast.