We arrived at the village after a 90 minute hike from the boat landing. The village of 500 is situated on high land close to a river that is used for bathing, washing and drinking water. We were amazed at how their systems could adapt to the quality of the water but everyone we saw was healthy and happy. The village was clean and the people welcomed us with their wares for sale; molas and other trinkets. There were no domestic animals anywhere, not even chickens so we were perplexed as to what the people survive on. Our guide told us that most families tend a small garden plot with banana trees as their main crop. The fruit is sold or bartered in the
The old Kuna flag. They had it way before Hitler chose it.
We are ready to leave the