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Welcome to the sixth edition of my travel clinic, where I share tips and tricks I’ve picked up over the years to help make your travel life easier. This time it’s all about skiing. I was a bit of late starter on the slopes and didn’t go on my first ski holiday until about 10 years ago – I don’t like the cold and I’m not very sporty so didn’t think it’d be my thing. But unexpectedly I loved the mountain scenery and the feeling of speeding down the slopes. So much that I spent five weeks out in the tiny resort of St Jean d’Aulps five years ago.
Welcome to the fifth edition of my travel clinic, where I share the tips and tricks I’ve picked up over the years to help make your travel life easier. This time I’m bringing two of my passions together with questions on wine travel. In one of my lives away from blogging I’ve been studying wine (and no that doesn’t just mean doing a lot of tasting, though practical work is very important!) and one day I’d love to lead wine tours around the world.
Welcome to the fourth edition of my travel clinic, where I share the top tips and tricks I’ve picked up over the years to help make my travel life easier. And this edition is all about travelling by train. Rail travel is probably my favourite way to travel, and I’ve already shared some of my budgeting tips and route ideas for seeing Europe by train. So this time I’m going to go a bit further afield, and featuring some of the best rail destinations around the world, whatever your budget. So let’s start the questions…
Welcome to the third edition of my travel clinic, where I share the top tips and tricks I’ve picked up over the years to help make my travel life easier. In previous editions I’ve shared travel planning and money-saving tips for accommodation and flights, but this time we’re talking photography. Taking photos is a big passion of mine, and I’m finally at the stage where I can produce some shots I’m proud of.
Welcome to the second edition of my travel clinic, where I share advice I’ve picked up over years of planning trips. These are the tips and tricks that I use to keep costs down and make my travel life easier. The first edition was all about accommodation, but this time we’re talking flights. I have to admit I’m happier travelling by train, but there’s a lot of the world you can only really get to on board a plane. The flight might only be a relatively small part of the trip, but that doesn’t mean that delays and bad service can’t spoil your holiday.
Welcome to the first of a new series on On the Luce – the travel advice clinic. After years of planning trips all around the world I’ve picked up plenty of tricks that I use to make travel my travel life easier – everything from packing tips to favourite booking websites. So I thought I’d share my top tips so that they can help you out too, and the first edition is all about accommodation.

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