Bali Tour invites you to Eat,
Pray and Love

From Elizabeth Gilbert’s 2006 best-selling book, Eat
 Pray  Love

Vegas, January 26th, 2009  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


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Gilbert’s 2006 best-selling book, Eat Pray Love
, has been translated into 30
languages and sold over 5 million copies.
Her travels and experiences resonate with people all over the
globe.  Now, a lucky few can
participate in the newly created tour, “Eat, Pray, & Love Bali,” as Spirit
Quest Tours, a boutique spiritual tour company based in Las Vegas, NV, hosts
this unique trip in May, 2009.

Quest Tours tried to incorporate all aspects of the book into the trip.  “The Eat part is easy, since the food
on Bali is so wonderful”
Spirit Quest Tours’ founder Greg Roach said.  “Then, we’re teaching everyone how
Balinese Hindus pray, and offering meditation and yoga. Of course, everything
in Bali is about love.” As to the chance of someone going single and returning
with the love of their life, as Gilbert did?  Roach laughs. “We don’t make any guarantees!”

A trip
highlight is visiting the local shaman Gilbert made famous, Ketut Liyer.  Meeting Liyer last year, Roach found an
engaging and joyous man. “He did palm readings, and he kept telling everyone
they would live to be 100.” For at least one woman on that trip, Liyer’s advice
was timed perfectly. “He told her to find a new job, and it was just the push
she needed.  She went home and
started on a new career.” 

There is
one big difference between Gilbert’s trip and this tour: the
accommodations.  “Our guests expect
a four star experience,” said Roach.
“Gilbert just rented a cottage.”
Each two guests get their own deluxe room at the Nusa Dua resort.  Once in Ubud, the artistic center of
Bali, the accommodations get even more upscale.  “Each pair gets their own private villa,  private pool, even an on-call butler!”
Guests will visit local temples, including the famous Taneh Lot, and enjoy spa
treatments.  More traditional
sightseeing will include shopping with local artisans, a torch-lit dinner on
the beach, and a farewell evening with traditional Balinese dances.  The Kitchak alone requires 100
shirtless men to participate, so perhaps any ladies on the trip who are still
single can take a chance at that elusive “Love” part of the “Eat, Pray, &
Love Bali” tour.


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