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  1. Paula

    Hi Erika its so nice reading your tips and advice on woman solo travelling but i just wanna revise one thing. You write it wrong when you say nasi means fried and goreng means rice. Its actually the opposite. So nasi means rice and goreng means fried.

    :)))

  2. Alexia

    Hi! I just read your pretty article, it is very useful to program my trip. I’m going to Bali in the next few weeks and I would like to get ready to make the best trip possible.
    I also found out about this article who gave me some additional tips http://blog.eoasia.com/female-solo-traveler-in-bali/ for example where to go to do an offering. Have a look at it :) It can helps :)

    • Hi Natalia! In Kuta, I stayed at Kayun Hostel Legian and I did the Seawalk at Club Aqua in Sanur. You can get cheaper tickets from baliactivities.com instead of through Club Aqua. Hope this helps!

  3. Sahiba

    I am in Bali currently with my husband and staying in seminyak. My husband is going to east Bali-Amed for scuba tomorrow early morning and I have the whole day to explore Bali on my own. I have already been to Ubud and even though I would love to go back, the traffic on the way back was crazy. Anything you recommend around seminyak for a solo woman traveller?

    • Hi Sahiba. Sorry for the late reply but unfortunately I didn’t have any recommendations for Seminyak because I didn’t have the chance to visit that area. I hope you still had a wonderful time!

  4. Jenny

    Hi! Thanks for sharing your travel experience in Bali with us! It’s really the best place in the world and definitely worth to visit. We visited Bali this year via package tour with http://7.holiday/. That was really awesome. Hope we’ll come back soon))

    • Hi Jessica! Thank you and so sorry for the late reply. The school was called TK. Chandra Kumara located on Jl. Batuyang. Unfortunately it was not that easy to find and I went there by way of a guide. I hope that helps!

  5. The post was really nice. I am planning a trip to Bali but none of my friends have the time for it.The post has inspired me even more than before.I am looking for another such Traveller interested to visit Bali in the last week of April or May 2017!

  6. Hey Erica, the post was really nice. I am planning a trip to Bali but none of my friends have the time for it.The post has inspired me even more than before.I am looking for another such Traveller interested to visit Bali in the last week of April or May 2017!

  7. Isabelle

    What a wonderful adventure! I feel utterly inspired to begin my own solo travels to Bali!

    P.S.: A wee correction – Nasi means ‘rice’, and goreng means ‘fried’, instead!

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