parrot Cay is a fairly different experience, although many guests seem to hop between the two.
With four other children, two more dogs, a parrot, and a cat back on the island, I was desperate to get home.
For high-end fun and sun, there are two standout options: Amanyara and parrot Cay.
Rudoren is a journalist for the New York Times and has a responsibility to evaluate rather than parrot.
I remember once in parrot Cay, for about three days we had a '50s radio station on.
"I'll tell ma," was their parrot cry: and that meant boxes on the ear.
She was as undomestic as a shop-front and as out of tune as a parrot.
Birds of prey are few; the parrot and pigeon tribes are better represented.
He is a cousin of the parrot, but much larger, and far more gorgeous.
I had always before repeated my verses like a parrot, I think; but this came home to me.
1520s, of uncertain origin, perhaps from dialectal Middle French perrot, from a variant of Pierre "Peter;" or perhaps a dialectal form of perroquet (see parakeet). Replaced earlier popinjay. The German naturalist Alexander von Humboldt in South America in 1800 encountered a very old parrot that was the sole speaker of a dead Indian language, the original tribe having gone extinct.
"repeat without understanding," 1590s, from parrot (n.). Related: Parroted; parroting.