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My taste of lockdown freedom on the Camino pilgrimage

30 January 2021

9:00 AM

30 January 2021

9:00 AM

A few of the hip young things sitting along the Lisbon quayside turned their heads my way as my walking sticks scraped along the pavement. I didn’t slow down, though, because I was self-conscious about how I looked. Hiking 2,000km along an extended Camino pilgrimage from the French-Spanish border through northern Spain then down through Portugal will do that to you.

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