The east coast of Barbados is certainly uncrowded. When we visited the "Soup Bowl", it was a Sunday afternoon and the beach was almost deserted. This is a special "natural" spot. Photographers will be in their glory. The beach is very peaceful and relaxing. You could spend quite a bit of time here if you choose. There are very large boulders in the water near the shore. They are parts of an old coral reef that broke off due to erosion. The waves were not high the day we visited. We're told that swimming here is very dangerous. The land behind the beach rises up in steep hills. There was a small restaurant which was closed on a Sunday. We'd go back again for the beauty and the serenity.
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