Ingolstadt, Germany
Ingolstadt is a beautiful little town in Bavarian Germany. I spent five days here relaxing and touring around.

I met a man by the name of Helmut. He's the son of a Camino friend of mine. Sorry, no pics of him, but he was an important part of my stay here. We met for dinner twice and shared a bottle of wine in the courtyard of my hostel.

Helmut asked me many questions that made me really think about the decisions I have made in my life over the last few years and why. I thought lots about why I travel, what I've learned from it, what I love about it and what I don't, what I'm looking for, what I like and don't like about the way I live at home, what I would change about it and what I would do for a living if there were no obstacles.

Helmut also encouraged me to relax and read a book. I found the English section of the bookstore in Ingolstadt and purchased one about WWII of all things. What better place to read about it than in Germany, right?

A couple of interesting tidbits about Ingolstadt are that the Illuminati was founded here in the 18th century and the city was used as a setting in the Frankenstein novel.
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