The Road to Bahia: The Road

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São Mateus was a welcome resting point. While the city doesn’t have much, it does have this ruin of an ancient Jesuit church right in the middle of it.

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I couldn’t find much information about it, but there was a decent crowd of tourists snapping photos.

Driving through the countryside from Espírito Santo through Bahia, the vast variety of landscapes might be twenty different countries. It reminds you that Brazil is not all about beaches.

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About bornagainbrazilian

Having relocated from New York City to Sao Paulo, Brazil, I'm an expat attempting to broaden my horizons and adjust some of my American ways to be "born again" a Brazilian.
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4 Responses to The Road to Bahia: The Road

  1. The Rider says:

    Beautiful photos!

  2. I love a road trip here, you’re so right the landscape is ever changing as you drive along, marvellous! The ruins look good lit up at night. It amazes me how many tourists find these small towns. Have a good trip.:)

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