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TO BE A PILGRIM

Determined to experience a holiday with a difference, Lizzie Enfield takes to the famous Camino de Santiago pilgrim route with her two children, for eight-hour hikes, blisters and lots of laughs along the way

Kitty, my 14-year-old daughter, surprises me when she announces out of the blue that she is really looking forward to the following day. We are in Esposende, a beautiful resort on the north Portuguese coast, but it’s not a swim or an ice-cream or even a chance to kayak down the River Cávado that she’s looking forward to – it’s the fact that the plasters won’t have to be rationed any more. ‘I’ll be able to put one on every single blister,’ she says happily. ‘Does that mean I can use all the anti-histamine then?’ asks her younger brother Lucas, 11, himself covered in insect bites.

The Portuguese coastline at Baiona
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