Michael and Tara love their home state of Pennsylvania, but have started to tire of long winters and dream of moving someplace warm year round, where their one-year-old son can grow up bilingual. Enter Puerto Rico!
With their matching names, Kacie and Casey seem destined for each other. The high school sweethearts have known each other for a decade and married three years ago. They love Vermont, but both have always dreamed of living close to the beach. When a job opportunity in Casey's company opened up in Puerto Rico, he couldn't ask for the transfer quickly enough. Now the couple are about to begin their new lives in Puerto Rico. Their house hunt takes them to the smaller, more traditional town of Ponce.
David is a New England schoolteacher and Arturo is a physician whose family is from Puerto Rico. Life in Massachusetts is very busy for these two, who, and each time they vacationed in Puerto Rico, they dreamed of one day turning the destination into their full-time home.
On their first date, Martin told Ivy that he wanted to move to Puerto Rico one day. The two eventually married, settling in Flagstaff, AZ, and honeymooning in Puerto Rico. Now they're looking to start their new lives and a family in Isabella.
Billy and Deanna have been married for ten years and own and run a popular BBQ restaurant in West Virginia. They discovered St. Croix by way of food. Some years ago they were part of a team that traveled to the island to work with fellow chefs and teach St. Croix high school students culinary skills.
Lloyd and Michelle are busy New Yorkers who run a catering and events business. They have a full life, with two twenty-something kids. They always knew they wanted to leave the city someday, but it wasn't until they saw an advertisement for the island of St. Croix that they realized they had found their new home.
Amy, Marc and their four kids considered themselves Midwest lifers, but when Marc's company offered him a chance to relocate to their St. Croix office, the couple decided to throw caution to the wind. In Michigan, both Amy and Marc work long hours, with longer commutes. St. Croix is a chance for them to readjust their priorities and focus more on life outside of work. In addition to the island's nonstop heavenly water, weather, mountains and beauty, they are thrilled to discover that their children's island school offers more time for exploration and smaller class sizes. All they need now is the perfect place to call home!
Fifteen years in Seattle has left John, a financial analyst and his wife, Janaea, a sales director, worn down, so the couple is moving to Bocas Del Toro, Panama to start life anew. John and Janaea plan to open a day cruise business. John just got his captain license and with Janaea's incredible cooking, they can't wait to get going. First step, a home with a dock, and In Bocas Del Toro, that will not be a problem!
Six years ago, when still single, Riley's older sister landed a nursing job in Bocas del Toro, Panama. Riley was all set to join her sister, but love got in the way when she met Matt. Six years, two tiny tots and a successful real estate business later, Riley is ready for her real move to Bocas del Toro, this time with her whole family.
Buck, Amy and their son are tired of their landlocked life in Texas. They're leaving it all behind to start a new boat business in Roatan, Honduras. Their first step is to find an amazing home for a bargain price.
JC and Felicia have grown tired of cold Canada. Felicia's always busy working in an office and JC is often gone with his job running dinner cruises. It feels like their professional lives have taken over their personal ones, and they need a change.
Jay and Lavina are tired of landlocked Texas. They love scuba diving more than anything, and the state's shallow pools, murky waters and long drives to bodies of water have become too much of a compromise.
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