This rock resembles a huge mushroom growing from the sea. The eroded coral reef formation is one of several accenting Bathsheba Beach. These oddities earned this stretch of golden sand the nickname, “The Soup Bowl.” The coastline is rugged and tumultuous. The rolling waves are relentless and mesmerizing to watch. Plus the trade winds, which have blown unchecked for 3,000 miles since leaving Africa, offer a breath of fresh air on very hot days.