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Malaysian Dialects, Culture, History, AND Color-blindness- Comprehensive, Awesome Interview- Pillows and Toast Hostel, Singapore

Malaysian Dialects, Culture, History, AND Color-blindness- Comprehensive, Awesome Interview- Pillows and Toast Hostel, Singapore

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Yeah, yeah, I’m rubbing elbows with the big guys, and yes, I could possibly still find in the deepest crevices of my heart, the metta (loving kindness) to still associate with the little people like you. *cough* Our stay in Singapore was blessed by so much love and joy. You can see it in Human Kindness and Humility,  All A Weary Traveler Needs, and The Ming Behind The Making of The Movie. And now, we bring to you one of those amazing video interviews that teach us about humanity, a people, their history and culture, and show us two of their finest men. We totally fell in love with this pair, and the staff of loving people they surrounded themselves with.

Did you know that Singapore, like Israel, has a mandatory military? I did not. So much I got from one interview, even though, in all honesty, the behind-the-scenes bit you don’t see is that both were dying to finish with me already so that they could go play Disney Monopoly with the girls, wherein Jason maliciously brides them to give him highly-sought-over property with ice cream. Corruption run rampant here. Unreal what a man will go to for money. Enjoy!

 

Random Pillow and Toast Trivia:

Wanna guess what this is? It’s actually impossible if you haven’t been there but those with a bit of artistic, military navigation, or architectural reasoning may want to try. It’s on the wall of Pillows and Toast, but what ever could it be?

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Anything interesting you didn’t know? I learned so much. Share on social media, tell your local newspaper, write to them on their website and ask anything else you didn’t know, and most importantly, if you go to Singapore, please, please, please stop by and give them a hug for me. Oh, and “I pity the fool who don’t stay there.” Yes, dating myself for sure, but I loved the A-Team, did you?

Again, we appreciate the invitation for accommodations, but them going far beyond the call of duty and acting like grandparents, the  opinions expressed here, and the damn falling in love part are ours alone. As we share our Pillows and Toast experiences on the 15th of many more months, you will be able to find all of their posts by searching for “Pillows and Toast.”

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  1. Good memories from such a great place… cheers for Pillows and Toast.. Actually, before leaving, we went to the market and bought a series of toast made of foamy material where each toast had a diff expression. we put them all on strings attached to one branch and it was hung in the reception of Pillows and Toast.

    • you did not! you read a blog post without me asking you to? oh my God, i think i love you. yes, i think i do. don’t you miss them kuba? they were so amazing and great. yes, they really were. i loved those foam toasts. i think i put a pic up on one of the posts about them. i miss you already. yours

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