15 June, 2011

Walking back through Trafalgar Square

Today, I went back to the Philippine Embassy in London to process my Lost Passport they says after 12 weeks I will claim my new passport. That was 3 months of waiting, I think we are the most longest passport processing in the world and that I wish I could put it in Guinnes World Book of records as well after the Filipino gets the smallest man in the world.

But anyways, I snapped some photos again as I'm walking back through the Trafalgar Square, I really love the place it is the vibrant heart of London and the best starting point for exploration of its central part – right in the neighbourhood there is the government district of Whitehall with the British Parliament and is also close to Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey and the newly built Countdown Clock for London Olympics. I get here by underground with lines Bakerloo or Northern, from the Charing Cross station.

The sun is shining, and London feels good. I'm watching some performers and souvenirs, I remember the Mall of Asia in Manila the statue was exactly the same. I sat for awhile and watching them perform and it was fun.

That's all for today, my life was too busy at present and I need to finished my tasks, so I think I couldn't have write some of a post here in my weblog but I will still try to find time to make this blog up and existing.


Bino said...

miss ko na ang London! hehehe tagal ko nang di nakapunta dyan. uwi ka na nga dito pare! hehehe

Diamond R said...

wag kang magalala ganyan din katagal dito sa Abudhabi ang pagpapagawa ng passport.kakalungkot naman ang ang ating philippine embassy.

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