We were planning to spend about 9 days in Nova Scotia in late August of this year. Were thinking about taking 2 of those days to spend on PEI. My initial itineray included Advocate Harbour. One post on trip advisor said not to bother with Advocate Harbour that there wasn't much there. Any opinions on that? I am an avid photographer and both my husband and I love the outdoors. We are in our late 40's. We were planning on traveling from Halifax to Peggy's cove, Lunenburg to Digby, doing the Tidal Bore rafting in Maitland then up to Advocate Harbour back around to Pictou, then taking the ferry to PEI. The last 3 days we planned on touring the Northeast including Cape Breton, Louisborg, Cabot Trail, etc. If Advocate Harbour isn't worth stopping it would cut a good chunk of travel time of our schedule. Any opinons welcomed along with your opinions on the rest of our schedule.