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Mawlamyine, Breeze Guest House - Update 2018 Rates
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Doontgo Here - Review by Breeze Guest House, Mawlamyine, Myanmar
When you visit Mawlamyine in the not too far away past and plan to remain at Breeze Guest House, now is the time to make your decision, check all the reservations and trips you have made with them and find a better place before it's too late. It' a good idea to visit Mawlamyine. Never be deceived by LP (Lonely Planet), there is an absolute selection of inns around Mawlamyine.
RACIAL DISCRIMINATION is the most serious - they are discriminating against their local and have two different yardsticks. Local people have to give the same amount of $6 for a so-called base room with a built-in ventilator, but with fewer amenities, and are forced to use the various toilets (Asia-style toilets) where the White people can use west toilets.
I have to say that I can't really appreciate the real ugliness of this garbage heap - horrible service, touring, and impolite people.