After traveling to Sitges, Spain, for almost a decade, Kim and Gil take the leap and decide to make the move for good. Gil is apprehensive about not having a source of income, but Kim is finally making his lifelong dream of living abroad a reality and doesn't want to make any compromises when it comes to their new lifestyle.
A job opportunity brought world traveler Gitanjali from Reno, Nevada, to Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she'll be living alone for the very first time. Her local friend Macarena is there to show her the ropes and keep her in check with her never-ending, nitpicky wish list.
A couple who met while studying abroad in Cuba is planning an adventure together in Buenos Aries to indulge their Latin interests and put their Spanish language skills to the test. It's their first time living together, and neither one has a job waiting in Argentina's capital, so they'll be living off their savings until they can find employment. They're hoping for the best, but adulting in Argentina may be harder than either of them ever imagined.
After years of working in the entertainment industry, a Los Angeles woman and her husband decide to chase her lifelong dream of obtaining a master's degree at The London School of Economics. But the transition proves difficult when they cross the pond and transform from two professionals into one full-time student and zero combined income.
After a five-week stay in Bressanone, Italy, an executive coach was inspired to pack up her home in Santa Barbara, California, and start a new life abroad. She wants a home with historic charm in the quiet Italian countryside, but her outspoken daughter is determined to find a modern house near the city so she can make friends and be a part of the community.
A Canadian couple living in Qatar is moving to Manchester, England, where she has been accepted into the University's PhD program. After years in the desert, she dreams of a balcony overlooking the old industrial city, but he prefers something with character, even if that means a basement apartment.
After dating for two weeks, a couple decides to follow her dream of living in the United Kingdom. Knowing her father was born in Manchester, she wants to return to her roots and he is ready to throw away his teaching job to follow his love to Edinburgh.
Professors Gary and Becky fell in love with Vietnam while on a Semester at Sea program, so much so that they're leaving Florida to make a permanent move to Ho Chi Minh City. Becky is ready take on a minimalist lifestyle, but Gary, on the other hand, wants big and fancy.
A couple is heading to Wellington, New Zealand, for his new job, but after having twin girls, she's anxious about leaving their support network of family and friends back in Canada. So while he wants to experience life close to his job in the hip city, she wants a home in a family-friendly neighborhood where they can raise their girls.
A couple decides to move to Italy so he can go back to school and pursue a whole new career. He's zeroed in on the full city experience for the family's four small children in historical downtown Bologna, but she's thinking of the big picture and thinks their home life should be a little more like what they had in St. Louis.
Newlyweds Gina and Stephen are moving to Madrid for the cultural experience and the opportunity to explore Europe in their free time. Travel junkie Gina wants to live in the center of the city to have the most authentic Spanish experience, but Stephen thinks it's more practical to find a place that's under their budget so they can afford to travel. From a dreamy but expensive city apartment to an affordable home farther away that offers more outdoor space, this couple has to decide whether Spanish charm and city living win out.
A self-proclaimed introvert decided to step out his comfort zone and take a job opportunity in Melbourne, much to the surprise of his free-spirited wife. Having lived all over the world, she welcomes the change, but he is feeling cold feet now that he's in Australia looking for a home.
A couple is risking everything for the opportunity to own and operate a bar in Granada, Nicaragua. But while they're on the same page about building their business, finding a home has them in totally different books. He pictures a quiet, idyllic life in the country, whereas she wants to live near their bar in the city center so she can have Granada at her fingertips.
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