Issue - March 2010



March 2010

Editorial

In this edition, Timothy Hillgarth writes about his interview with the soccer player William Ramallo and his club "Pelota de trapo"; Henrik Beckmann reflects his experiences teaching English at Universidad Mayor de San Simon; Moreover Lena Midrez gives an insight into Cochabamba's new second hand store "Kuriosa" and ultimately Walter Sanchez describes how the Cuellar Lagoon became Stadium Felix Capriles. read more...

March 2010

Editorial

In this edition, Timothy Hillgarth writes about his interview with the soccer player William Ramallo and his club “Pelota de trapo”; Henrik Beckmann reflects his experiences teaching English at Universidad Mayor de San Simón; Moreover Lena Midrez gives an insight into Cochabamba’s new second hand store “Kuriosa” and ultimately Walter Sánchez describes how the Cuellar Lagoon became Stadium Felix Capriles.

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Ximena Noya
Editor

Young boy from Cochabamba becomes national hero

Bolivia’s dream of qualifying for the World Cup was made true by one man: William Ramallo. His team went to the 1994 FIFA World Cup after playing against Brazil, Argentina, Uraguay and - most memorably for Ramallo - Ecuador, in the qualifying rounds.

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