In the misted mountains of the parish of St. Anne sits a small Jamaican village that’s big with visitors. The birthplace—and final resting place—of the country’s most famous native son, Bob Marley, Nine Mile houses the singer and peace activist’s childhood home and mausoleum. Guides point out inspirational spots, play music and tour the family grave site. There’s lots of memorabilia to check out, including guitars and photographs. And of course, there are plenty of hawkers selling Marley wares.