December 14, 2012
The Washington Post
GUANTANAMO BAY NAVAL BASE, Cuba - One of the world's most unusual commutes is coming to an end. For more than a half century, Luis La Rosa and Harry Henry have left their homes before dawn each workday in the communist-run city of Guantanamo, where old American cars rumble past posters of the Castro brothers in a Cold War time warp, climbed into taxis and travelled to the U.S. military base at Guantanamo Bay, where troops shop at a Wal-Mart-like store and eat at McDonald's and Subway.
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