Rovilson Fernandez shows breathtaking views from hiking trip in the U.S.

by Ruel J. Mendoza
Jan 3, 2021
Rovilson Fernandez goes hiking with his family in the U.S. Part of their itinerary are Sedona in Arizona (L) and Castle Rock State Park along the crest of Santa Cruz mountains in California.
PHOTO/S: @rovilsonfernandez on Instagram

Safe daw ang air travel.

Ito ay ayon kay Rovilson Fernandez na lumipad patungong United States bago nag-take effect ang travel ban ng Pilipinas sa 19 countries para mapigilan ang pagkalat ng bagong strain ng coronavirus.

December 5, 2020 ang flight ng TV host. December 29 naman ang simula ng travel ban na ili-lift sa January 15, 2021.

Sa panayam ni Rovilson sa PEP.ph (Philippine Enterainment Portal) sa pamamagitan ng Facebook messenger, inilarawan niya ang kanyang travel experience sa panahon ng pandemya.

Aniya, "The current flying experience is probably the safest place you can find on earth.

“Airports are cavernous and desolate, contactless check-ins, airplanes practice social distancing and have HEPA filters that capture airborne particles(99.7%), negative swab test requirements, paperwork, etc.

“I’d be more scared to ride on a bus, train, and taxi than an airplane.

"Angkas and their standards are also safe,” ang sabi ni Rovilson.

Kailangan nga lang na malakas daw ang resistensiya.

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“Well, I’m taking more (natural) Vitamin C more than ever. Getting a lot of sun, like running outside.

“I also do lots of reading, caring for my plants, watching stand-up comedy, podcasts and zoom calls with family 'cause mental health is just as important as physical health.”

Nag-share si Rovilson ng safety tips niya for a COVID-19-free travel.

“Number 1: work on you strengthening your health every day.

“Exercise, vitamins, sleep, nutritious diet, etc. the stronger your immune system, the better.

“Mask and face shield at all times, don’t touch your face, and always be kind.”

ROVILSON'S HIKING TRIP WITH FAMILY

Sinamantala ni Rovilson ang pagkakatong maka-bonding ang kanyang pamilya sa San Jose, California.

Nag-decide sila na mag-road trip at hiking.

ovilson Fernandez hiking

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Rovilson Fernandez, Castle Rock State Park

Sa pagpapatuloy ng Ang Pinaka star, “Due to the pandemic, we decided a road trip to the great outdoors is our best and safest option.

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“We flew to Las Vegas...We really enjoyed Nevada’s many magnificent and underrated state parks as well.”

Rovilson Fernandez Valley of Fire

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They also drove to Bryce Canyon in Utah.

Rovilson Fernandez, Bryce Canyon National ParkHeto a view mula sa Bryce Canyon National Park na kilala sa "spire-shaped rock formations" PHOTO: @rovilsonfernandez on Instagram

Sa Arizona, nagpunta sila sa Sedona at Scottsdale.

Rovilson Fernandez Sedona

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Rovilson Fernandez Sedona

They made a stop sa Camelback Mountain, na ang hulma at hugis ay katulad sa "hump and head of a kneeling camel."

Rovilson Fernandez, Camelback Mountain

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Rovilson Fernandez Camelback mountain

Nagawi rin sila San Francisco, California.

A fan of the outdoors and adventures, pinuntahan rin ni Rovilson ang Mission Peak, na ayon sa Wikipedia ay isang "2,517-foot summit" sa bandang San Francisco Bay sa Fremont.

Rovilson Fernandez, Mission Peak

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Rovilson Fernandez goes hiking with his family in the U.S. Part of their itinerary are Sedona in Arizona (L) and Castle Rock State Park along the crest of Santa Cruz mountains in California.
PHOTO/S: @rovilsonfernandez on Instagram
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