Imagine dropping a middle-class suburban family from New Jersey into the barren Kenyan desert with no electricity, plumbing or phones to live amid a traditional Kenyan tribe for a journey that turns their world upside down.
Imagine taking an overscheduled, overachieving suburban family from Virginia and dropping them into a tranquil village off mainland Papua New Guinea to live among the people of the Trobriand Islands, a place known as the "islands of love." Will they survive living off the land? More importantly, will they survive each other?
Imagine dropping a southern family from Birmingham, Alabama into the upper reaches of Ghana with no electricity, plumbing or phones to live amid the traditional Frafra people. What lies in store for the family will change them forever.
Imagine dropping a middle-class suburban family from New York into the hot Indian countryside with little electricity, no toilets and no easy way to reach the outside world to live among a traditional Rajasthani family for a journey that turns their world upside down.
This adventurous family of 5 will be transplanted halfway around the world- from their pristine new home in the upscale city of Chapel Hill- to a communal longhouse in the remote jungles of Malaysia.
What happens when an urban family from St. Louis Missouri is transplanted to the steppes of Mongolia to live with a family of semi-nomadic horse herders? Dropped into a world of collapsible houses, wild horses and back-breaking work, the Nobles learn as much about themselves as they do about this untouched terrain. It isn't called "Outer Mongolia" for nothing.
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