Boots Anson-Roa, road warrior
Actress Boots Anson-Roa has ticked one item off her bucket list.
Between tapings for the TV5 primetime series “Misibis Bay,” she dared to ride an ATV (all-terrain vehicle) in Albay.
She also drove a buggy through rough roads, with her thrilled assistant Hershey de Leon hanging on for dear life.
The buggy turned turtle.
Luckily, Boots and Hershey emerged unscathed. And exhilarated.
On both rides, they enjoyed the awe-inspiring view of the bay and Mayon Volcano. Bayani San Diego Jr.
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