There Is An Old Plane In The Middle Of A Costa Rican Jungle, And You Can Stay There...
The cockpit was turned into a bathroom with the view of the ocean facing the opposite end of the shower.
The dining area has a living area just behind it down a small set of stairs.
The living area is about 1 yard lower than the dining area. This gives the feeling of being more spacious since the ceiling is higher.
All the walls, floors, and rooms are covered with teak wood from Java, Indonesia to create a warm, comfortable feeling.
Despite a few tremors, Templeton calls it the "earthquake -proof home."
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