Food truck redux


The Shawarma Boy food truck is not the first and only. In the mid-1990s there was another that used to park near the present Naked Fish resto complete with outside palapala, chairs, and tables. Years before that an ice cream truck with bells tinkling used go through the villages and also park across the Sugar King Park on what was once an empty lot that now is the Taro Sue Store. The ice cream truck was mine before I put up Taro Sue in the early 1990s.

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