|Cuba marked the 50th anniversary of its revolution on New Year's Day. Though many Cubans are proud of their education and health care systems, they're also fed up with economic hardship.|
In Cuba, only two forms of free enterprise are allowed: you can rent a room in your house; and you can have a small restaurant on your terrace. But even these businesses are strictly regulated and are taxed at more than 80 percent. In response, some Cubans are skirting the government and trying to make a little extra money on the side, or "a la izquierda," as Cubans say.
Amelia de Sousa reports.