Some of you may be aware that we run a Mexican food stall in a local market, under cover in a permanent site (The Old Bus Depot Markets) every Sunday. We've been doing this for about five years. Several have come by to say hello. Tomorrow that stops. We've sold it- and for the first time in ten years (I previously owned two Subway stores) we will have weekends free. My wife is Mexican; the food is "semi authentic". Some dishes are very authentic, a few are more Tex Mex, and we serve them because people want them. We have been trying to sell for some time. We were on the verge of selling last year when the owners (the ACT Government) raised the rent 40% in one go. Of course, this reduced profits substantially, and made it an unattractive proposition to potential buyers. Late last year, one of the other stalls got sold. They had been doing a good trade in bacon and egg rolls. They told us that the new Muslim owners didn't want to serve these, so we contacted the managers and asked them if we could sell them. They were quite angry with us, and told us that the new owners must sell them. They were adamant that they would not. The next week, nobody was selling them. This upset a lot of the other stallholders, who had a tradition of eating them as soon as they set up their own stalls. Late the next week, the managers contacted us. We would be allowed to sell them. This has been really helpful to us. It lifted up the bottom line again to a level where we would be able to sell finally for the price we had bought it. We are selling to people we know- a young Mexican couple who will have the energy to take it further. They have a vision for using this as a springboard. We're too old for that energy. And I'm looking forward to being completely out of the food business. BTW the name of the business is Taco Way Food. As in Taco Way takeaway.