I have had an amazing time with the guide. He met me at the station, introduced himself and we went from there. Along the way he talked about a lot of the culture, history, and significance of the names and the places that we went to. He spoke great English and had a sense of humor. We traveled to the countryside after a ride in his car from the station. We met a young guy there and rode an electric bike through a small town/ village. We got to meet many local families, and seen many more on the way. I tasted fresh fruits and they explained to me what they were, and where they came from. Had some local ice-cream that tasted between ice cream and a popsicle. Some traditional bread made of yuca. We visited a farm that had plenty of vegetation and animals. I was able to grind roasted cocoa beans, and tasted some "strong" hot chocolate. All while they explained in detail the process of how it was made. We rode the bikes again the river and drunk coconut water and at the left over fruit using a piece of the chopped coconut as a spoon. The locals seemed both curious and friendly. They treated me with respect and joked with me, even with having basic Spanish they were patient with me. Anything that I didn't quite understand my guide translated for me. We had a nice bear and a great lunch made in the town in a small shop, the food tasted great and it was a pleasant experience. After that we made our way back. This was a fantastic tour and I recommend it to anyone no matter their Spanish ability. The guide is trustworthy, friendly, and knowledgeable. I wish him the best.