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For example you get tired of your job and saying: Oh,[expression, meaning to go] overseas/bar?

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    It's time to hit the road. I'll see you. – NVZ Jan 25 '16 at 20:54
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    Screw this. Let's bounce. – CDM Jan 25 '16 at 20:55
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    Time to blow this popsicle stand--on which see this previous question. – Brian Donovan Jan 25 '16 at 21:03
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Bail could work,

to give up on or abandon something, as to evade a responsibility: His partner bailed out before the business failed.

and

To leave; cut out, split: Bruce has bailed from the scene entirely/ Most of my friends had bailed to stay with other relatives

Alternatively, split:

Slang. to leave; depart.

and

to part or separate, as through disagreement; sever relations:

and

a breach or rupture, as between persons, in a party or organization, etc.

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The best word to describe the concept that you're outlining is "Wanderlust". The reason it has a captial "W" is that it is a loanword from German where all nouns start with a capital letter (like Weltschmerz or Schadenfreude).

You have (or are experiencing) Wanderlust.

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