Where I’ve Been: A 6-Month Recap

On March 19th, I passed my 6-month probationary period with my current airline (basically, new flight attendants have to be on their best behavior during that time as the job isn’t entirely theirs to keep just yet). During those six months, I started off as a domestic flight attendant and then switched to an international flight attendant in December. I have also taken advantage of my travel privileges and have visited many new cities, states, and countries. I will probably post separate blog entries on some of the destinations, where I was able to really explore and get a feel for the area, but most will be briefly listed here. Since I did not have much time as a domestic flight attendant, I will not delve into those layovers, since I wasn’t really able to explore much, other than in D.C. Many of the layovers that I had were short layovers and were not in close proximity to any sight-seeing. My international layovers have mainly been longer and are typically located in convenient locations. I will also report on my “nonrev” adventures when I was traveling for fun instead of for work!

International Layover Destinations:

San Jose, Costa Rica

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Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

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Providenciales, Turks and Caicos

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Cancun, Mexico

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Port of Spain, Trinidad

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Caracas, Venezuela

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Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Grand Cayman

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San Juan, Puerto Rico

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London, U.K.

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Recife, Brazil

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Curitiba, Brazil

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Salvador, Brazil

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Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Guayaquil, Ecuador

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Nonrev Adventures:

New Orleans, Louisiana

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Chicago, Illinois

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Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Los Angeles, California

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Phoenix, Arizona

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New York, New York

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Denver, Colorado

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Anniston, Alabama

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Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic (trip summarized here)

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Cancun, Mexico (trip summarized here)

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5 thoughts on “Where I’ve Been: A 6-Month Recap

    • That’s a tough one! I thought that Grand Cayman was the most beautiful, but Rio was amazing and I would love to go back to see more of what the city has to offer (including the iconic Christ the Redeemer statue and Sugarloaf Mountain). My favorite layover experience was in San Juan, however, when another flight attendant and I rented a car and went kayaking on a bioluminscent bay about an hour away!

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