Angus O'Tool's Irish Pub, Restaurant & Guesthouse

Address: 516/20 Patak Road, Karon, Phuket, 83100, Thailand | B&B
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This B&B, located on 516/20 Patak Road, Karon, is near Simon Cabaret, Surin beach, Sunrise Diving, and Paradise beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Karon

    Thailand, we're on our way

    A travel blog entry by rubymwhittaker on Apr 25, 2015

    11 photos

    ... the 2nd
    section at the back of the plane and then once the plane took off and the
    seatbelt sign turned off, everyone moved forward into the 1st
    section so there were spare seats everywhere! The plane had 3 seats each side
    and 3 seats in the middle, it was an A330 if that means anything. Shannen and I
    sat together in the middle seats with a seat in between us and Carolyn and Mum
    were to the side next to ...

    The night market.... Crab cakes to crickets!

    A travel blog entry by lost_with_lisa on Oct 18, 2014

    2 comments, 25 photos

    Finally, the weekend.... And the night market! I love visiting markets while travelling and think it's one of the best way to try new foods and usually eat with local people. And this one was no different! We did get in the Saturday Surprise workout in the morning, knowing we would be doing some damage at the food stalls tonight ;) We took a van with several other people from Tiger and headed to the Night Market. Night market only occurs on Saturday and Sunday nights, so as ...

    Day 8 - 27/3/2014 Phuket Thailand

    A travel blog entry by reidy55 on Mar 27, 2014

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... no time, and we dawdle around to meet Oz, always with a smile on his face and always helpful. We know he gets little deals on places he takes us, he tells us how it works, where he gets stamps for fuel, others a bit of the tip but thats how everything works in Thailand - scratch my back and I"ll scratch yours. He tells us how he"s an official taxi so all is ok but "unofficial" taxi"s pay 100 baht per month to each of the 5 police stations in Patong, as the police only get $300 ...

    "Yeah, we spoon sometimes. It's bromance."

    A travel blog entry by missmango on Oct 21, 2013

    10 photos

    ... t believe it; I almost felt like crying I was overwhelmed by how good it was. Three floors of a huge building. A plethora of people waiting on you, not letting you even open a door or pour a cup of water on yourself. They start by placing you in a changing room where they give you comfortable underwear, clothing, slippers, and a robe. There are hot tubs, fish spas, and saunas. There is a full access 24/7 buffet with all sorts of food and desserts. There is a special cafe ...

    Full Phuket

    A travel blog entry by grickling on Sep 26, 2013

    18 photos

    ... plaster applied on the move and in the dark. Then more speedboat travel and slowly past James Bond island. Full of tourists, so we did not stop but carried on to kho panyi, a town on stilts that amazingly missed the tsunami. We stopped here for a large buffet lunch. Being the only vegetarian, 4 dishes cooked especially for me, was more than enough since each would've fed 3! Practical shoes were ...