We will be in Barbados for one day in October on a cruise stop. On past stops we have just gone into Bridgetown to do a little shopping, stop at the Waterfront for an ale or shandy and visit with other tourists or ex-patriots. Barbados is one of our favorite stops and this time I would like to see more of the island. We are not big fans of tours and are not really into beaches as such. I think I have decided that taking the bus to Bathsheba would be really interesting and scenic. However, I need more information on some of the details. I believe the bus we would need would depart from the Fairchild street bus terminal? Once in Bathsheba, how easy is it to get to the Soup Bowl? Also, how would you get transportation to the beach at Bath. Although I have been searching the forums I haven't quite determined if what I would like is doable. We have used public transportation in other islands and have no issues with it, and from everything I have read Barbados has a very good bus system. Any and all information and suggestions will be greatly appreciated. Thank you.