We met a local named Nesto who spoke a little English as he lived in California and worked on a boat. We were with 3 guys from another boat "No Regrets" and one of them knew pretty good Spanish so with his Spanish and Nesto's English we got along just fine. Nesto toured us around the 3 islands showing us the local sites including a school on 2 of the islands. Children over 14 go to school in Panama. We were shown the church, the many tiny stores and bars. Nesto also arranged a lobster dinner for the 6 of us. We got to select our lobsters. We also will have bread fruit. We were taken to the local bakery and had to return in 30 minutes to pick up our warm bread. They have a concrete basketball court where they have challenges from local islands. The island is tiny about 1/2 a km by 1/2 a km. There are 700 people living on the island Nesto lives on and 300 on the other island. The homes are made of vertical bamboo poles with a thatched roof. The buildings are very close together.