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When three siblings hike the Camino de Santiago, the fact that one has Down’s syndrome makes some things tricky, but the whole trip far more rewarding

Source: A lesson in slow travel: walking the Camino de Santiago with my brother | Santiago de Compostela holidays | The Guardian

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