We were so stuffed that on more than one occasion, we approached the wrong table, and yes we prefer to think of it as being a self induced food coma as opposed to being inebriated from free flow alcohol which included all sorts of bellinis (I was told that the pineapple bellini will forever...

Like all fruit that's tasty (cough, lychees, cough), mangoes are considered to be super "heaty" according to traditional Chinese health wisdom, but when in Bangkok, do as Bangkokians do -- and that means consume luscious, meaty mangos. Our first stop after landing Bangkok was Siam Square, but...

Since we prefer to believe that Pat gets his amazing complexion not due to genetics but due to products, we stocked up aplenty when we were in Bangkok. Boots is available just as readily as Starbucks is in Hong Kong, that is, around every corner on every street in Bangkok.

As we resume our regularly scheduled programming, do let us know if there's anything you'd like to see more of! So to start with, I'm going to be doing a series of travel and food posts seeing as I pretty much spent my entire vacation stuffing my face both in Hong Kong and in Bangkok. If...

on my Bangkok foodie quest, besides going on a pilgrimage to eat as many bowls of beef ball noodles as possible, we decided to check out Gaggan, a restaurant that boasts of progressive Indian cuisine served in a converted whitewashed colonial-style wooden house set in the heart of downtown...

Each has its merits, of course, but for the Geek pilgrimage to Bangkok we were invited by honorary Geek Nicola to stay at the Four Seasons Bangkok. We'd both been to the fab Thai restaurant in the lobby, Spice Market (yum, satays) without actually staying in the property -- for location, it's...

We are turning into Bangkok Fashion Geek this week as ShoeGeek and I hit up Bangkok over the long weekend. Mucho thanks to the lovely Nicola of the Four Seasons Bangkok who not only stuffed us full of food, offered us gorgeous rooms to stay in but also took us to all sorts of cool places....

After some Mango Tango which ShoeGeek will tell you more about in a later post, it was decreed that while the train market is what we want to check out, it would be wrong not to visit the weekend market so Nicola took us to her favourite fried chicken place and we proceeded to indulge in all...

If you're a girl of average Asian size and you're in Bangkok to shop unabashedly for yourself, there is only one place to absolutely must go, and that is Platinum Fashion Mall. FashionGeek and I went there twice. In a 48-hour trip. What can I say? It was near the Four Seasons...

At Talat Rot Fai, aka the Train Market, we came across this awesome vintage travel poster for one of FashionGeek's day-job clients, Eastern & Oriental Express, and she immediately snapped a pic. Of course that night, from the safety of our Four Seasons mattresses with free wifi at our...

 

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