by Juliette de Bairacli Levy
This enchanting guide to the wonders of unfettered travel takes the reader far from the stress and clutter of travel agencies, reservations, timetables and tickets, to the timeless landscapes of the Gypsies and other birthright wanderers. Learn the secrets of survival, comfort and enjoyment in forests, fields or caves, and the exhilaration of the freedom of the wandering life, from the legendary Juliette de Bairacli Levy--famed for her mastery of herbal lore and her many books on living in tune with the rhythms of nature.
Helen Scott Nearing wrote in the foreword to the book: "Traveler's Joy is a joy to travel through. Juliette de Bairacli Levy . . . survives in scarcity and in occasional affluence . . .unperturbed by dangers and calamities. She stays healthy and strong in all situations, but gives recipes for all types of ailments such as wounds, strains, sores and fevers . . . She tells how to live high and low, in mansions and in caves."