Bluefields Things to Do
I didnt even know the Peter Tosh Museum existed until we went to Rick's Cafe and met a Hawaiian guy. I forgot his name but he saw Rob's tattoos and knew he was fromt he islands (Hawaiian Islands). They struck up a conversation and he talked about the Peter Tosh Museum not too far from where we were. He said that he even met Peter Tosh's mom, who still lives there.
Rob and I thought it would be so cool to go and check it out. Rob is a BIG reggae fan so this became a must to check out.
Usually Mama Tosh, Peters mom, is there to great people and to talk to guests. There is no admission charge but they do ask for a donation.
I say Bluefields Beach but I found out that its actually a few small beaches in Bluefields. The water here is absolutley beautiful. Some areas may be a bit rocky but theres also a lot of soft white sand. (almost white).
Its not as busy here so its easy to relax and enjoy the beach without getting hassled. There are some tourists but more locals.
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