Learn to explore the freedom of the wandering life in this enchanting guide to the wonders of unfettered travel. The legendary Juliette de Bairacli Levy is known for her many books on living in tune with the rhythms of nature and her mastery of herbal lore.
Paperback, 256 pages
Published September 3rd 1996 by Keats Publishing
(first published 1979)
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A fascinating book about a woman, Juliette, born into an upper middle class family in England, who studies veterinary science, and then decides that she wishes to wander around the world like a nomad. She travels with Afghan hounds. She meets up with gypsies and learns much from them. She becomes well versed in herbs and goes onto several books on the subject. I found it very enchanting and unlike anything I've read about before.
Non-fiction, Juliette talks about how to live a rewarding life as a nomad. I got distracted by other books and haven't finished it, but this woman spins fascinating tales of her true adventures ... lots of things we take for granted in our modern lives that might be worth knowing one day!