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Tim and Lynne Martin are eschewing the traditional time to slow down model of retirement for a globe-crossing, adventure, reports Bloomberg.

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The couple, who are 68 and 73 years old, respectively, sold their home in 2011. Since then, they’ve been living in a different country every month or so.

To some, their lifestyle sounds too good to be true, but the pair tells Bloomberg their financial plan supports their dream.

Their $6,000 monthly budget is the same as though they were still at home in America. Proceeds from selling their home cover their travel expenses. Through their daughter’s address, they’re residents of California for tax purposes.

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