I really don't know where is the Philippine Embassy in London until I've lost my passport and I need to apply for a new one.
That's it, I need to know where in London is the embassy was. I ask my friends and Google how I could reach the place. It was situated actually in Suffolk Street, London near in Trafalgar Square. I always have been in Trafalgar because I like the place and people around are always busy taking photos in a variety of performers. It is at the very heart in London near Big Ben. Not knowing the embassy was just a walking distance in this square, so when I came back to find it, I could easily found the Philippine Embassy.
I was so excited when I see the Philippine Flag hanging in the building. It seems I am home at that time. I met many Filipinos inside transacting their documents too. I approach one of the staff about my problem and they are very nice helping me to process my lost passport. A little interview why I lost it and paid the certain amount, then I'm done and just to wait for several weeks but they will call when available.
It's time to go home after processing, when I came outside there I saw someone selling Kakanin like Puto and Kutsinta. I buy some of it and like the taste same as what i bought in Baclaran. T'was so nice was having all of this kind of thing especially when you are away from home. Remembering all my simple life is so much fun with me. It would make me forget my loneliness being away from my family.