Schapelle Corby has discussed her future plans with Bali parole officials, with no news yet on whether she will be punished over an Australian television interview.
But it's looking less likely her parole will be revoked, with Corby invited to discuss ''development and training'' at her required monthly parole meeting on Thursday.
Corby arrived at the parole office by motorbike with her guarantor and brother-in-law, Wayan Widyartha.
After a 20-minute meeting, she had to report to the prosecutor's office, where she shielded her face from waiting reporters with her motorbike helmet.
The convicted drug smuggler's parole supervisor, Ni Luh Putu Andiyani, said the meeting was in part to discuss her future plans, which include helping to renovate Wayan's Kuta surf shop.
''I reminded her that she shall not commit any crime and to be careful in making friends,'' Ms Ni Luh said.
''I always say this to every convicted person undergoing parole.
''She said that she's going to fix her brother's shop and will start working assisting in that shop.
''It has been a month since the Corbys took part in a Seven Network program that angered some Indonesians, with the show's treatment of the convicted drug smuggler as a celebrity and Mercedes Corby repeating claims her sister was innocent.
Corrections officials reporting on whether the program breached Corby's parole by causing community unrest are still yet to give their dossier to Justice Minister Amir Syamsuddin.
The delay has coincided with campaigning for Indonesia's legislative elections, which the minister is contesting.