Parrot Cay has planted a lot of new foliage in the past five years, and in spite of regular spraying cannot seem to overcome the mosquito population. My wife and I are savvy travelers; we have taken many trips to the Carribean in years past. Never have we encountered such a problem at an otherwise high end resort. We received 30 mosquito bites, both wile outside and inside our villa, in the course of our first afternoon on the resort. We came from three nights on another island in the Turks and Caicos chain and did not see a single mosquito on this other island. After the rain, and at night, mosquitos can be a problem on most islands, but what was so odd about this was that it was not raining - and all the bites occured before sundown. Thoughtful travelers beware. No matter how nice the staff are about the fact you have bites, you'll be itching - and they'll be taking your money...Money you could have spent somewhere comparable, but without a mosquito problem. They leave a huge can of "off" and a huge can of bug spray in the room; it was not his way five years ago, according to my wife. Parrot Cay might more approriately be named Mosquito Cay. It broke out hearts.