Discover the Eat, Pray, Love Route

If you desire to seek out inner peace and true happiness, you can follow the Eat, Pray, Love route around the world. Let's explore what each of the three destinations in the book by Elizabeth Gilbert has to offer.

Feed your soul and please your palate in an Italy trip, find inner peace at the tranquil Yoga Niketan Ashram in India and learn the secrets of your heart in Bali.

Discover the eternal city of Rome, where every visitor can enjoy their delicious Italian cuisine - savor gelato as you explore the sights, take a pasta making class where you can learn to make tortellini, become a connoisseur by taking a wine tasting class, or visit a chocolate shop for a well deserved afternoon treat. Attractions not to be missed in Rome include the Pantheon, Colloseum, St. Peter's, the Roman Forum, and the Trevi Fountain.

Gilbert called the second part of her journey through India “Pray". Taking a spiritual journey in Agra, India, is easy with an abundance of available meditation and yoga classes. Visiting the Taj Mahal at sunrise can be a spiritual experience in itself, while visits to the Agra Fort, Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity, and the Kaya Kalp Spa can be enlightening as well.

It's no coincidence Gilbert entitled the final portion of the trip to Bali “Love,” since Bali has been known for centuries as “The Soul of Replenishment.” After all, that is where the author found her love, Filipe. The naturally beautiful island exhibits unlimited temples to visit, relaxing beaches, and some of the most friendly, sincere, and gracious people in the world.

Bali offers numerous magical attractions and customs including the enthralling monkey dance
where 100 shirtless men whip up an astonishing spiritual frenzy while chanting with arms reaching for the sky – all with the intention of driving out evil. Not to be missed include a visit to Ubud, taking a yoga class, renting a bicycle to ride through the Tegallalang rice fields and countryside, plus visiting Tanah Lot, Mount Batur, Goa Gajah, and Besakih.

For more information, visit:Italian Tourism, Incredible India,and Indonesia Tourism. Photo Credit:
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