December in Baguio City is usually a time when the temperature starts to drop and it becomes foggy at times because of the Northeast Monsoon or the Amihan. It’s the time where you have to pull out your think jackets, bonnets, and cold weather clothes because the wind, the fog, and the occasional rains are what make Christmas feeling imminent despite the restrictions we currently have in the new normal.
Watch the Baguio City Drive on a Foggy December Afternoon
We know that you miss the City of Pines and its foggy realness so here’s another drive for you. Even if you are not currently here in the city, we hope this will transport you to your favorite memory here. Hope this video will give you the Baguio feels and chills. Prepare a warm cup of coffee or tea and enjoy the music as we drive through the fog here in the City of Pines.
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