House Hunters: Off the Grid, Season 1HDSubtítulos
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Some folks take house hunting to an extreme! Follow along as house hunters tour offbeat properties that are WAY off the beaten path, and stay to see which one they choose!
|1||HDSubtítulosVideoLet Me See Bhutan||After reading about Bhutan, Andrea loved the idea of moving there. She just has to get her husband, Bob and their two children on board. When she finds a teaching program that gives her a job, they make the move.||21:38||$2.99||Ver en iTunes|
|2||HDSubtítulosVideoCave Me, Maybe||Aaron and Tine met in Australia but chose to start a family in Copenhagen. While life in Denmark is pleasant, limited work opportunities for expat, Aaron, have made a lucrative job offer back in Australia too good to pass up.||21:38||$2.99||Ver en iTunes|
|3||HDSubtítulosVideoThere's a Will There's Norway||After meeting as tourists, Ollie's leaving Australia to pursue a dogsledding job and a relationship with Ingrid in Svalbard, Norway. He's anxious to push the boundaries of remote living near the North Pole, but Ingrid's concerned.||21:38||$2.99||Ver en iTunes|
|4||HDSubtítulosVideoHasta Finca Bellavista, Baby||Disillusioned with a humdrum existence, Matt and Kelly are going out on a limb to live in the jungles of Costa Rica. They share a yearning for a new way of life. Matt plans to run an online business in a sustainable tree house.||21:37||$2.99||Ver en iTunes|
|5||HDSubtítulosVideoGoodbye City Life||Stefani hails from Germany and while on a trip to Haida Gwaii, Canada she met Jason. They decided to try life in the big city of Berlin, but a year was enough of that. They longed for a simple life with more personal freedom.||21:39||$2.99||Ver en iTunes|
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Makes the unrealistic realistic
This is a wonderful show for anyone! For those who have always thought their dreams might be unrealistic, this makes them seem realistic. Many might admire the choices these people have made, and others might question it. You find yourself asking, "Who does this? Do I want to do this? Could I do this?" Either way, it is a thought and conversation provoker. I want to see more!