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Bali: Write, Travel, Transform on the Back Roads of Bali
       
Website lauradavis.net/cometobali
Year Established 1996
Program Description Writing and traveling are transformative experiences that can open your heart, expand your world, and put you in touch with your own deepest self. This in-depth excursion into the culture of Bali will use writing as a daily touchstone.
Number of Programs/Year 1
Program Length 15 days
Group Size or S:T Ratio 16
Program Focus Nature, Travel, Autobiography/Memoir
Faculty 7-time HarperCollins author, Laura Davis, (The Courage to Heal, I Thought We'd Never Speak Again, Becoming the Parent You Want to Be)teaches writing and leads retreats internationally. Daily optional yoga with Iyengar teacher, Karyn Bristol.
Costs $3669 includes 15 days immersed in a magnificent, life-changing culture, daily writing classes, Balinese dance & music performances, cultural education, artist visits, snorkeling & hiking adventures, lodging in eco-friendly hotels.
Global Locations Candi Dasa, Ubud, Munduk, Bali
Candi Dasa, Ubud, Munduk, Indonesia
Months June, July
Sponsor's Facebook Page www.facebook.com/thewritersjourney
Contact Laura Davis
The Writer's Journey Retreat
2274 Kinsley St.
Santa Cruz, CA 95062
United States
Phone: 800-611-5144
E-Mail: lauradavis@lauradavis.net
You can also contact my assistant, Jeannette Petras, 330-421-0111, east coast time; jpeachtree@yahoo.com

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