A three-bedroom beach house, nestled in a rain forest in Byron Bay in eastern Australia, is on the market for at least $2.5 million. These Balinese-style carved teak doors open to the 6,600-square-foot beach lot.
A Beach House in a Rain Forest in Eastern Australia - Slide Show - NYTimes.com
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I'm with y'all - gimme the keys, take yer fugly belongings.
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I would live there in a heartbeat. I do however, have a serious phobia of bugs. I would hate to see what bugs, crawl into that house, from the rainforest. Not to mention the snakes that slither in. I'm sure they are all huge, hairy, and poisonous.
Yeah probably, that part of the world has bugs and snakes but not enough to live in fear because it's so fucking beautiful the last thing you'd be worrying about is bugs. And besides, the wildlife is very pretty up there so if you're going to be attacked by bugs at least they'll be nice colourful ones.
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Wouldn't you have to be really quiet in the sack?
Citronella candles burning 24/7 to keep the mozzies away. A few pet huntsmen spiders to eat the bush cockroaches. I might last... 3 hours before I wigged out.
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