It's been 10 years since we were there. Amazing how this has changed. There was no entry fee, per say. I'm sure the driver paid some of the cash we gave him to these guys.
We hired a driver, this was one of the stops. When I asked the driver why we were here, he said to pay respect to a very good friend. His mother lives here and I'd like you to meet her. At the entrance was a small building (shack), where some gentlemen were hanging out and seemed to know our driver very well.
As we walked up the long driveway, children emerged from the fence line, curiously looking at us. We had school supplies and gave them some. We continued towards a house, seeing ganja plots all over, but had to pay if we wanted to take a picture. (can't remember the price). At the house, off to the right, encircled in a hand made fence, was a tomb and a head stone.
It was then, I realized it was Peter Tosh's grave site.
His mother was waiting for us on her porch (small house). We of course we paid her to have our picture taken with her.
So it was a buisness back then, they've just change how they run it now, and have added a bigger building at the entrance.
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