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Hollywood highlights: Eat Pray Love

Updated Monday 4th October 2010

When she realised that her marriage wasn't working, Liz Gilbert packed up her old kit bag and set off on a journey of self-discovery to Italy, India and Bali. If you don't have the time and limitless credit card to make the same journey, you can 'find yourself' with our Eat Pray Love inspired collection of resources

Eat

While in Italy, Liz discovers her passion for food and the value of friendship. Take a slice of the Italian life with our audio guide to Italy - complete with phrasebook; discover the history of pizza and try some delicious recipes yourself; and if you want more, why not think about enrolling on a beginners' Italian course?

Pray

The second leg of Liz's trip takes her to India where she engages with the rich culture and begins to understand the power of faith and prayer.

Love

The final part of Liz's journey leads her not only to the stunning shores of Bali, but also to true love.

 

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