Posts Tagged ‘pullman

When we had our Thia night the other night, we were surprised that Cuisine Unplugged get filled to the brim. You were supposed to get a reservation at least a day before to ensure your seats. We were lucky to get seats, though not the best as you get to seat on high seats. Since […]

Another eating session at Cuisine Unplugged. This time with a college mate from UP Baguio who has been working in Bangkok for the last 3 years. Tonight is Thai Night!

Here is Pullman’s Pool on the 4th floor. It was a beautiful afternoon as the sun came up after a rainy morning. It wasn’t that hot and though the pool of the Pullman is not heated, the water was just right. We had a great time playing “Pick the stones”, “Shark” and “Tag”! Xianelle wanted […]

The photos say it all. Lovely breakfast at Cuisine Unplugged. We woke up late, about 7:45 AM, as we planned to wake up at 7 AM last night. Probably too tired from yesterday’s flight and shopping. We hurried downstairs for the buffet and filled ourselves silly. We didn’t really eat that much but we we’re […]

We’ve just arrived in Bangkok after a 7 hour flight from Doha. We were supposed to leave at 9 PM but had some delays because there were a lot of planes landing. They should really complete the new airport as with all the flight Qatar Airways engages in every year, you can’t avoid that kind […]


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