Elkin Llano, musician, born in San Andres Island, Colombia, currently lives in Bogota far from his roots. He practices the music of his homeland and maintains strong spiritual ties to his roots. He takes us on a journey to the history of this archipelago. The language and religion are inherited from the English who settled in the seventeenth century. Later, invaded by the Spanish, it became part of the Nueva Granada in 1803. In 1953, President Gustavo Rojas Pinilla reaffirmed the San Andres Island and the free port.