Eat Pray love

Have you been watching the movie Eat Pray Love?
I love this movie, because most location of this Julia Roberts Movie was in Bali.
‘Eat, Pray, Love’ is a film adaptation of Elizabeth Gilbert’s best selling masterpiece. In this novel, Elizabeth pouring all that happened during her round the world. ‘Eat, Pray, Love’, a movie starring by the famous Hollywood actor Julia Roberts, and according to the story, Bali is where the main character finds true love and peace.
Have you read a novel or watching a movie called Eat Pray Love? The story, Elizabeth Gilbert is a writer who is depressed due to her marriage. After a divorce from her husband, Elizabeth was in touch with another man. Unfortunately, the relationship did not work as well.

Julia Roberts in Ubud Traditional Market (Image: Sony Picture)
Finally, she decided to travel around the world. When in Italy, Gilbert eats delicious foods and enjoys life. Then, she went to India to discover the spiritual side of life. She ended up in Bali, to seek a balance between meals, prayer and love. She found love and peace in the beautiful Balinese landscapes. Cultural and spiritual atmosphere in Bali are fully equip a new peace in the hearts of Elizabeth Gilbert.

Six months in Bali, for Gilbert to be the core of the entire search. Acceptance in love eventually brings Gilbert with Felipe, a man from Brazil, who always called her “darling”. Ketut Liyer, a Balinese man helped Gilbert refine the search in a spiritual balance and love. Ketut Liyer is a painter and palm reader, who called himself the medicine man.

Ketut Liyer with Elizabeth Gilbert (Julia Roberts). Image: relax.com.sg

While many of the Hollywood film themed fiction, Eat Pray Love stars, Julia Roberts and Javier Bardem say they are different because the film adaptation of a true story. And in some ways recognized Julia and Bardem has changed the lives of their own.
“We all think to leave everything and travel to another place,” said Javier Bardem.
“The story is about people trying to deal with doubt, fear, anxiety and talk to everyone,” he explained as reported by Reuters.
Through the film Eat Pray Love, Julia also made ​​a statement that she is studying the essence of Hindu religion. Hinduism is the religion of the majority of the people of Bali with ceremonies and traditions that are very unique Balinese, so you will find differences in the traditions of Hindu society in India and Nepal.

You can find spiritual and physical peace in this last paradise because Bali is the island of the Gods. Traditions of this island community, religious ceremonies and customs and the friendly Balinese people will give you peace in your soul.

Padang Padang Beach (Image:mybalinese.blogspot.com)
You can visit the village of Ubud, because Ubud, Tegalalang, and Padang Padang Beach are the location of the filming of Eat Pray Love. You will be amazed by the beauty and Ubud uniqueness, Ubud Traditional Market, especially the Monkey Forest and the exotic beach of Padang Padang. On this beach there is Julia Roberts romantic scene with Javier Bardem who plays Felipe.
The movie location also in villages of Demayu, Nusa Dua and Uluwatu in Badung, Wow… Bali is always great location for movie and fantastic for holiday.
Before you travel to Bali and visit this beautiful film locations, make sure you buy a DVD or Blu-ray of the film Eat Pray Love. Perhaps you prefer to read a novel that tells the search for spiritual peace of Elizabeth Gilbert and her journey from New York, Italy, India and Bali.
If you have a bad feeling, upset, anxious, heart broken, disappointed in life that make your heart tired, you just go on holiday to Bali, so you will find a true peace in your life.
Let’s go to Bali, so you can visit Julia Roberts movie location in Ubud, Padang Padang beach, Ubud, and take photo for your fantastic memory.
Bali is always great location for movie and fantastic for holiday.
You will love Bali.

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