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Comment from: Dan Shepherd [Visitor] Email
What a surprise, eh, mate? And I thought run of the mill ravens at Canmore Golf & Country Club in Alberta, Canada and at Coeur d'Alene Resort in Northern Idaho were annoying. Better get out the old reruns of "Barretta" so you know how to deal with the cockatoos the rest of your trip.
2010-11-05 @ 05:02
Comment from: David Tupper [Visitor] Email
Hi Brandon,
Had the same experience twice on Hayman, last year in March and this year in August. Make sure you leave your balcony doors closed.
Same happened by the pool, had a great Burger and chips and just turned for a minute to order another cocktail and one of the cockatoos flew from the big sun umbrella and pinched some chips.
Could not get better trained birds then on Hayman.
2010-11-05 @ 06:55
The Great Barrier Reef Australia is amazing - We went to Whitsundays Island to dive and witness the beauty of the reef, personally. Upon seeing the reef for the first time, you'll be so amazed and humbled upon its natural beauty, as you stare at the Great Barrier Reef - as if it was something out of this world!
2011-03-31 @ 01:33

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