Seeing as this is my third 'bird/nest' reference in as many posts, I'll bet you're wondering how much longer I'm going to keep this going... me too, hehe :)
I have a
obsession deep fondness for tree houses. In fact, all odd houses delight and spark my imagination; be they hobbit holes, fairy houses, gnome homes (which can be found under old trees, in renovated rabbit holes or even under pine-tree roots, in case you were wondering) or teeny-tiny people homes.
Here's a tree house in Thailand of a different sort - a dining pod set high above the forest floor. Imagine the bird's eye view you'd have from these dizzying heights. Once customers are seated in their nest, they are hoisted up six metres by a series of safety winches.