The more highly developed west coast along the Pacific Ocean is rather dry and arid, much like Mexico. This geographical region includes both Spanish and English speaking people. The east coast, accessible only by air, mule path, and a road/river route, is low and tropical with rainfall up to two hundred inches per year. The people are Mesquito Indian and a mix of other races. They are universally friendly, intelligent, and cooperative. Unlike the west coast population, most speak some English. Off of the east coast are two charming and unspoiled tropical islands, Big and Little Corn.