I’m Leaving on a Jet Plane

Flying in the sky

Flying in the sky

After taking 65 flights during my 14 months of full time travel, I can’t believe that I haven’t been on a plane in 4 months. I love flying. I could skip the airports part, but I love going on airplanes. I haven’t been on a flight in what feels like forever, to the point that I’ve been starting to get a bit of withdrawal. When I returned home after traveling around the world I went back work with no definite plans for a near future trip. After 4 months of anxiously awaiting my next flight, I am officially heading to Montreal for Christmas break! My boyfriend and I will be spending Christmas with his family this year. I’m getting a mini-vacation this holiday season after all.


Are any of you heading on a trip? Local or abroad?

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36 thoughts on “I’m Leaving on a Jet Plane

  1. Nice to meet you Jessica and thank you for stopping by my blog! I was in Montreal a few weeks ago as I have friends there (was my second time visiting). My next trip will be in NYC a few days after Christmas!

  2. Hi Jessica! Thanks for stopping by my blog 🙂
    I totally love airplanes too and I’ve been on a lot recently! I went from Copenhagen (where I live) to Gran Canaria and back, and now I’m in California (where I’m from) and we just did a 9 hour drive from San Diego up to the Bay Area! The only thing I don’t like is the constant sitting, but it’s a nice excuse to get a back rub from the boyfriend 😉


  3. How exciting! Have an amazing time in Montreal! I’m a bit of a big kid and no matter how many times I fly, I still get exciedd about it 🙂 We’re keeping it low key and staying in England but thee’ll be LOADS of us so that’ll make up for not being abroad anywhere!! Happy holidays!

    • Thank you so much. I’m a big kid every day no matter what I am doing, especially when I am traveling. Low key is always nice after the busy time of the year. Enjoy your time with family and friends!
      Jessica, Turquoise Compass

  4. Wow! That is definitely impressive. We want to do long-term traveling, perhaps for a year or more. But we have work and domestic responsibilities, which makes us unable to leave our home for long. What we do is plan out our travels for the year in several-day increments.

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