Candle-light in the hollow of the coconut shell
In the old days, people used hurricane lamps for longer walks in the night. And some used flashlights. But my Grandma was happy relying solely on 'candle power' none other than from the light of the petite candle placed in the hollow of a coconut shell.
This type of handy lighting of one's pathway was to some degree used by many folks in an emergency or sometimes to visit a sick neighbour at night or while returning from a delayed sung litany in the chapel or from a ceremony at a neighbour's house in the village. But my grandma had a special one that had enhanced quality of light. I had painted the inner part of shell in white paint which served as a reflector thereby throwing a little more light.