http://www.eldeber.com.bo/20041128/sociales_11.html Light story in the Santa Cruz paper: (translation): He came to visit his parents and his friends. He is now used to his life in the United States even though he doesn’t deny missing Santa Cruz. The first thing he wants to do upon arriving is eat a salteña. “He also miss the smell of the earth and the heat you feel leaving the plane,” admitted Jaime Moreno, married with Louise, an Englishwoman who gave him four sons: Laura (14), James (9), Fabiana (5) and Lilly (2). -Do you have a more homely life in the United States, than you had here? -Yes, especially in the US, because of the distances, although we always try to be in contact with our friends. It is a totally different type of life. -What shocks you when you return? -The lack of respect by people, not so much the dirtiness or the dust as they say. -What things do you miss? -To be with friends, the sauna, and the cafes. -How are you raising your children? -The same way that I was raised, although I think it is a bit difficult at times because my wife is European, but we try to come to an agreement so that the children are raised with a better outlook to the future and so that they grow up to be good people. -You are a young father, is that an advantage or disadvantage? -My children have been great, the best thing that has happened to me, but one should look at the bright side of things. I didn’t enjoy my youth very much, I married when I was quite young but I thought it was the right decision and I don’t regret it because I have a good woman at my side. -What has football given you? -A lot, a lot of joy, many friends, know other cultures. -Has it given you a lot of money? -Yes, I am in a better economic position than there in Bolivia. -What have you given up by being a football player? -When you are young, you can’t go to parties, you need to be concentrated in your job. Besides being on everyone’s mind, even know when the press is even harder on you. The television cameras are everywhere and you cannot go out anywhere because they accuse you of being drunk or a druggie. -What do you like to do besides football? -Play golf, pool, and mow my lawn, even though it takes me two hours but I have fun. -Are you a “macho” man or have you changed diapers? -Yes, I have changed diapers and I still do, although the concept of machismo has changed drastically. Yes, I am macho but as my wife is a foreigner, I had to change a bit but deep down I still have the same machismo. -Do you know how to cook? -No, I am a disaster in the kitchen. I like to paint my house, fix walls. I also like cars even though I know nothing about being a mechanic. -Do you like fashion? -Yes, although my daughter says I dress like a “teenager” -Do you spend much on clothes? -Yes, on clothes and cars I have spent a lot, and on watches. -What do you want to do after you hang up your cleats. -I would like to be a coach, although it is too early to decide where and when. I haven’t thought much about what I would like to do. I want to play till the end, and end up in a wheelcheer, when my legs can’t go any longer.