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Author Archives: Andreas Moser
South America is so religious, even the routes for races are laid out in the shape of a cross. By the way, I really miss the Abraham-Lincoln-Park in Cochabamba. Beautiful place for running and reading.
1492 must have been the worst year for human health. Latin Americans got deadly diseases, alcohol and bacon. Europeans got diarrhea, chocolate and tobacco.
Among us connoisseurs: a fridge is just as good. I learnt this from the store in Cochabamba where I regularly bought cheap (probably because they weren’t quite authentic) Cohibas. They stored the box with cigars on top of the beer … Continue reading
I am still getting up every day before 6 am. But because of that, I need a pizza or a steak at 10 am at the latest and by noon I am already smoking cigars. Dear Donald Trump, “she’s not … Continue reading
The letter left by George Bush Sr. for his successor Bill Clinton: