My wife and I were there in Sept, 2019. It was the first cruise ship of the season. We were surprised that we were the only two signed up for the class. The owner of the tour company met us along with our guide. Since it was just the two of us he rented a taxi for the day and we were off. The tour of the local market area was interesting but not for the faint of heart. Narrow alleys that ran for blocks. We walked past tables with 15 hog heads prepared for sale. Large cauldrons of different local delicacies boiling and all types of fish and fruit. Our guide was fluent in English and several other languages. We proceeded to the house where the cooking was to take place. Two local ladies demonstrated preparation and cooking of lobster, shrimp ( 6 inches long), fish, plantain, coconut rice and prepared two types of ceviche. Neither spoke English but our guide did a good job of explaining. It was more of a demonstration of cooking that a class. We would have preferred more hands on. The guide was very aware of our ships schedule and made sure we were back with time to spare.