View our House Hunters International Show


If you missed our episode of House Hunters International, click this link to watch it. I published it unlisted on YouTube, so you won’t be able to find it by doing a search on YouTube. Enjoy! This was so much fun to make.

House Hunters International: The Retirees and the Volcano on Ometepe Island

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25 thoughts on “View our House Hunters International Show

  1. I would have LOVED to have seen your House Hunters International show but Im in the states and the YouTube was not available to be viewed in the USA, it stated. Boo hoo! I love that show! I’m a friend of Kris Cunningham from Florida who just house sat for you and I loved your volcano and her blog posts about your place!

  2. Fun to see you guys in action after reading the blog for so long – I couldn’t believe the prices though. It’s a beautiful place but I didn’t think things would be over 100k US in Nicaragua! Yogi’s Hostel brought back some nice memories too! Rrrrrobinson!

    • Mel, remember it is a “reality show.” The prices are N. American prices only for the show. I wish they would have shown Robinson. They filmed a whole day at his hostel. I was somewhat disappointed. Robinson is remodeling the hostel again and adding another room. It looks great!

  3. You know you have a little rental unit for Semana Santa, or for people in with the Peace Corp, if you wanted to do that. Looks quite lovely.

  4. YEAH!!!! So incredibly fun to finally “meet” you Ron and Debbie, especially after so much time actively following your blog! My kids and I just watched the show and LOVED it! We also loved house 2 and for some reason I knew that was the one you picked!!! What an exciting life and so amazing to see it all on TV!!!! Nicole

    • I am thrilled to be able to share it with everyone. My only wish is that they would have filmed it in the rainy season when everything is lush and green. They filmed it in May, at the end of our dry season and everything was brown and dead. I asked them if they could edit the film and add some green grass. lol So glad you enjoyed it.

      • Yes I loved it and it was so cool to see you and Ron! I heard on the show that your son and his fiancΓ© are moving there too! When is that happening? How wonderful of a life you two have set up there. πŸ™‚ Thanks so much for sharing Debbie! πŸ™‚

        • Cory and Tina got full-time jobs in Yosemite National Park since this episode was made. Although, I’m happy for them both, I wish they could spend 5 mo. with us, like last year. Next year, they’ll only be able to visit for 2 weeks. 😦

        • Nicole, Cory is an interpretive naturalist in Yosemite. He develops and presents the tourist programs. He loves it. On the side, he’s a rock climber, which scares me to death. His fiance is a manager of one of the stores in Yosemite.

        • Wow sounds like a wonderful, fascinating pair. Yes I am sure as a mother the rock climbing part is scary but then again we have to follow our dreams! Would love to go to Yosemite someday! These programs are wonderful for the tourists at the parks. πŸ™‚

    • LOL. Well, I’ll give you a few hints…it involved the only moving company in the entire country, 5 strong men, and a house cleaner all day. Plus, a community of bystanders who scratched their heads in confusion. Our neighbors couldn’t figure out what was happening. I had to keep telling them, “Hollywood is here.! “Hollywood is here.” “It’s only for TV.” They had never seen a moving van in their lives. πŸ™‚

  5. It was great to see you guys again πŸ™‚ And I did not know you were such good actors, my compliments!! :)) Hope to meet you again in future!
    mijke

  6. Wow I actually got to visit the ‘set’ and meet the ‘stars’ in person last month! Great production Ron and Debbie! Thanks for letting me visit and know you two wonderful people….

  7. What a saga! I was amazed at the quality of some of the furnished houses. Much more deluxe that I expected.

    And, only you two, of all the people we know, could make such a video.

    Saludos,
    Don y DoΓ±a Cuevas

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