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11 responses

  1. Luna Button
    08/13

    This is really reassuring. I’m currently planning my first trip to India (solo), sadly only for 3 weeks. I still think because it’s such a short trip I will plan it quite carefully but it’s great to read about solo female travellers having such positive experiences there despite the challenges – or rather, the positive experience comes from the challenge!

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  2. Yenny
    02/14

    it’s a great pleasure to travel alone but sometimes, going for tour packages with other people will be worth it. 🙂

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  3. trvl8dintern
    12/13

    I like this girl as well! I am planning to go with a friend this summer to India. I’ll try to be spontaneous about it. But I think I will have to book a hotel room for just the first night to be safe! 😉

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  4. Gray
    07/05

    Great interview! I really love her attitude. Especially the “everything that happens has meaning.” Yeah.

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    • Christine Ka’aloa
      07/06

      @Gray: Thanks, G! I totally agree.

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  5. Laura in Cancun
    06/28

    Great interview! I would never have the patience or open-mindedness she has.

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  6. chance alberg
    06/26

    I like that girl. I had written off India because it sounds like such a pain in the ass all the time, but maybe I will give it a shot. She sound like she has a really great attitude also.

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    • Christine Ka’aloa
      06/30

      @Chance: Yeah, Chiaki was an inspiration for me. Give India a shot– for your sched just remember to choose places nearby & give yourself at least a day+ for transit between places.

      @Laura: You might surprise yourself. 😉

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