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Slow Train to Guantanamo: A Rail Odyssey Through Cuba in the Last Days of the Castros,9781908129505

Slow Train to Guantanamo: A Rail Odyssey Through Cuba in the Last Days of the Castros

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9781908129505

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1908129506
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Paperback
Pub. Date:
9/1/2013
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Dufour Editions
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Summary

Cuba today looks and feels like a nation at the end of a long, hard war. Crippled by an American blockade, with a communist system that has delivered first-rate health care but atrocious standards of living, most of its population are more used to getting around onhorse-drawn carts, clapped-out Cadillacs, rickshaw taxis or, in the capital, dirty overcrowded buses. Peter Millar jumps aboard a railway system that was once the pride of Latin America and is now a crippled casualty case to undertake a railway odyssey the length of Cuba in the dying days of the Castro regime. A journey everyone will want to read about but nobody in their right mind would want to emulate!


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