I was living in this house.
It was an old house, in a nice neighbourhood that we were very lucky to secure the previous year.
It was situated on a main road, that had my doctor, my physio, a pathology lab, a shopping center, the cinemas, tennis courts, 3 parks, and about 8 different take away places, all within a 2/3 min walk.
The only down side to this house was it had no insulation. So it was freezing cold in winter (it was referred to as the freezer), and sweltering in summer.
We moved out in October of last year into our current home now, which we have bought.
I still miss this house and the mutant massive lemons growing in the back yard.
I really missed out on hanging with some quality people this year at hardcore.
I hope you all had a good time, and I hope to see you soon.
Please come and visit.
So last year Break Even were luckily enough to be offered the Asian leg of the Have Heart Tour, as well as the Australian leg.
So off we headed, ASIA!
As you you probably already know, this was Have Heart’s last overseas tour, before breaking up.
They played in KL and in Singapore.
KL was an overnighter trip, so we were based in Singapore and stayed at the notorious VM’s house. Hi VM!
So there was BE, Hartley, myself, Stefan’s gf and another girl all crammed into Vm’s apartment.
The weather was fantastic, the food cheap – the boys loved the fact that street drinking was legal, and we had a sweet time with the HH boys.
The funniest thing was not Stefan getting busted naked, mounting a concrete dolphin at a swimming pool by security guards, when the pool had been closed for the night, but how all the locals thought that Hartley was Nick from Miles Away.
The whole time we played it up. Called him Nick, mentioned MA as much as we could.
The locals frothed.
We took advantage.
Here’s a clip showing just how far we all took it.
So it was a crazy couple of days earlier this year, when some of us made the trip to Asia. It was Have Heart’s last Asian shows before breaking up, and Break Even’s first International shows.
We were all crashing at Surfside Singapore, and Nazi Zombies was on our agenda on a daily basis.
The shopping was cheap, the street drinking laws much appreciated by many in our party and the fact that you could buy alcohol from service stations and normal grocery stores.
Hartley also decided to take advantage of the cheap flights at this stage and joined in on the tour.
It didn’t take us long to notice that the locals thought that Hartley was Nick from Miles Away.
To say we milked it, was an understatement. Here is one example.
At your service.
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