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Leaving life you live for life you desire; farmer, businessman swaps life

BBC Two’s new programme The Life Swap Adventure first episode has given two men, a Malawian farmer and a British businessman, a chance to live a life each desire.

On the one hand, the Englishman, John, is a fire fighter from Essex who has been working all his life. He desires a life which a Malawian farmer, George, live miles away in Malawi.

On the other hand, George, a simple Malawian farmer who owns a farm desires to live like John in Essex.

John is often missed by his family. He thinks owning a farm and settling down is an ideal dream as life seem going quickly. George is however in dilemma because his son don’t seem eager to inherit the family farm. He thinking is that United Kingdom (UK) is the answer.

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The two fathers swap life for sometime. John lives on George’s farm as George travels to UK’s Essex, John’s home. They all live somewhere different from where they have been living.

While on the farm, John discovers that most Malawians wish to have what he has back home in UK. He however finds that there is life that his father used to talk about.

John has an eye-opening experience when he swaps lives with Malawian farmer for the week in BBC Two’s new programme “The Life Swap Adventure”

In UK, George explores the new culture and life. He finds that the new place in ideal for his business and future for his son, Sam.

The story gives a test of some facts about life concerning what we have and what we want to have. It shows there is always a good thing in both. Where we are and where we want to be.

Click here to read full story on BBC http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08sxkm1

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