Archaeologist Mike Terlep has always had an adventurous spirit, but after accepting a position with the Marshall Islands government, he's not sure what he's gotten into. With limited knowledge of this far-flung Pacific Island nation, Mike is searching for a home with the Western conveniences that will make him feel comfortable. But the extremely tight market means compromise is key and Mike may have to adjust his expectations and adapt to a new set of norms. House Hunters International ventures into uncharted territory in Majuro, the Marshall Islands.
After Relena was offered a fellowship at Bangor University, she and her husband, Israel, relocated to northwest Wales. Now these two ecologists are searching for a home on a grad school budget. Israel's seeking a serene space to work on his dissertation, take afternoon hikes and cultivate a vegetable garden. But Relena's planning to bike to school each day and a manageable commute may trump her desire for a rural lifestyle. Faced with incongruous priorities and a fast moving market, someone will have to bend. House Hunters International communes with nature in Bangor, Wales.