Before every long day a good breakfast is in order. After picking up our rental car from Budget Honululu we set out on our adventure. First thing is first though….. learn how to drive on American roads with this beast. You see, in America not only are you driving on the opposite side of the road, but you’re also in the opposite side of the car! Luckily the boy had it down pat and we we’re happy drivers in no time :)
After the excitement from posting about my first hit of a Sydney Food Truck – Cantina Mobil – it took me no time to hunt (or stalk rather) another established truck. Actually, it was just perfect timing that Eat Art Truck was going to be nearby work and with it being EOFY peak period at the moment why not reward myself with a treat for dinner! I must say thanks goes to @SydneyFoodTruck for their food truck location and time updates!
Finally, part of the food revolution has hit us with some Sydney Food Trucks roaming the Sydney streets (only at council approved locations of course)! I do like to refer to them as kitchen on wheels which they are essentially. The first of which was to launch was Cantina Mobil, offering mexican treats and non alcoholic sangria (which I sadly didn’t get to try).