Another stressful morning reading the papers on line, drinking coffee and watching the ocean.
It's a hard life.
Today was beach day!
It was a nice sunny and warm morning and we went back to Cavendish to check out the beach.
The Cavendish Beach is inside a National Park and it costs $15.60 to get in.
They have camping sites, picnic areas and playground, but we just hung out on the beach.
The water was super cold, but they went in anyway.
This is happiness!
No need to say anything else, right?
Giggio - Fifi's inseparable friend - also enjoyed the sun.
FROM WIKIPEDIA: In modern usage, a cèilidh or ceilidh // is a traditional Gaelic social gathering, which usually involves playing Gaelic folk music and dancing. It originated from Ireland and Scotland, but is now common throughout the Scottish and Irish diasporas, as well as throughout England in a fusion with English country dance.
Visiting PEI in September is not a good idea because most of attractions are already closed for the summer. We missed the good lunch at the Culinary Institute of Canada, the Anne of Green Gables musical, and small music performances. But there is one advantage: shopping. Most of stores have huge blow out end of season sales.
The Cavendish Boardwalk at night - an option for late shoppers.