Sardinian Sunny Beach Daze | A Photo Gallery Gallery Posted on May 13 by Jennifer Avventura Yesterday was the first time we hit the beach this year. It was a perfect hot day for the beach but the water is still cold and only the brave dare enter. Where do you get your beach on? Rate this:Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
I love that top one…… 😆
Ok, I love the bikini top!!!! Fantastic! Beautiful beach shots too!
Thanks Nicole. My Aunt hooked up with cool bikinis when I went back to Canada this past December. It’s finally getting there this year, warmer, just slightly each day!
We love the beach no matter where it is…
Growing up we went to a fresh water lake in Nova Scotia and the sand was orangish larger grains of sand… the water looked like orange Kool-aide… that was cool!
Sadly, I’ve not traveled much of Canada. The furthest east I’ve gone is Montreal. Would love to see Nova Scotia!!
It is beautiful and if you like seafood 🙂
It is definetely too hot here in Sardinia…..gotta get into that water or I’ll melt…
Ha! This is just the beginning. Im actually in a sweater and pants today. Wait till August where your skin melts! 🙂
Brigantine, New Jersey. Philadelphians go to the beach in South Jersey. We call it going “down tha’ shore”. All sorts of things have given New Jersey beaches a bad rap, but they are wide and have soft sand.
I’ve never been to the shore, but I’ve seen it on that bad show … for which I’m addicted! 😉
Great photos! I love the beach. I grew up in a house beside the Pacific Ocean and I will always be a beach girl.
I grew up in the city, with the Great Lakes surrounding me. Though we always made vacations to the ocean, I think that’s where I fell in love with the sea.