Bathsheba Park was opposite the bar. The park is a small grassy area with a large coral rock. The rock sits at the side of the road that leads out of Bathsheba.
I climbed the rock to have a closer look at the signpost.
Around the rock were these flowers.
Bathsheba Beach – the Soup Bowl
I walked across the large grassy area to reach the beach. There was even more rubbish on the beach than usual and even worse lots of plastic too.
Here are yet another image of the coral boulders to add to my collections from the past.
Looking the other way up the beach I watched these birds scurrying about on the sand and flying up just as the waves came in.
The vendors had set up a line of merchandise with the boulder as a backdrop.
Tour buses off our ship had by now arrived at Dina’s Bar. These were the ‘Farewell to Barbados’ tours where we would be the following day.
As I crossed back to our coach one of the Jeep Safari Toyotas stopped to chat and I engaged in my usual wind-up with their drivers as to why they had abandoned Land Rover Defenders. The driver told me that there was a lack of spares on the island!
On the way up and out of Bathsheba we passed a VW Golf on bricks covered in vines that sported a ‘For sale’. No picture unfortunately. T the top of the hill we paused briefly for one last look at the beach below.