With a background in farming and humanitarian work, Mickey saw the potential for a stronger agriculture industry and lower malnutrition rates in Zambia. After a few visits to the southern African country, Mickey was offered a job providing farming outreach to rural communities outside the capital city, Lusaka. His wife Mandey agreed to the relocation and soon after the couple was carting their five-year old son, and three-year old daughter to the other side of the world. And once they arrived, it became clear they were split on where to live.
After falling in love in Chile, Amy and Andres' whirlwind romance resulted in marriage and a son. Now that they've decided to raise their family in Andres' hometown of Santiago, they'll have to battle against a rapidly growing rental market in a city of over seven million residents. While Andres wants to give his son a yard to play soccer in, Amy's Midwestern values have her focused on the budget and practical concerns when House Hunters International tries to balance cents and sensibility in Santiago.