This isn’t foodangel
Yesterday I received a lovely comment on my Bang Espresso post from someone that has been reading my blog. This is from John K:
Quite seriously, after reading this, I wonder how you consider yourself qualified to comment about hospitality? Cairns is a tiny place and, yes, I know who you and MS are. If you are really serious, I feel terribly sorry for you.
Now, being the type to nip things in the bud and seeing as I have been getting quite a bit more traffic due to my new affiliation with Skrilled Magazine I felt the need to address this with a short post (I am not going to make a habit out of this). This is MY blog where I share MY experiences and opinions regarding when and where I dine out in Cairns. I in no way claim to be an expert on hospitality or dining out, nor do I claim my words to be gospel. I dine out a lot and for some reason I get great delight in writing about it whether it be good or bad. Each post I write is a snapshot of what happens when I dine there on that particular day, with a little bit of personal opinion thrown in. I am an anonymous diner that gets treated as so. If the waitress is in a bad mood then I am going to write about it. If the food isn’t up to my standard then I am going to write about it. If I have a fantastic meal and can’t wait to go back then I am going to write about it. And if someone feels terribly sorry for me then I am going to write about that too. I’m not the first person to comment on their dining experiences through the likes of social media. Quite seriously, some people are going to agree with my posts and some people aren’t. If you don’t like it then don’t read it however if you feel the need to comment don’t make it personal, make it constructive. I may not have a formal qualification to comment on hospitality but I don’t need a qualification from a dance school to tear it up on the dance floor on a Friday night now do I? Have a great day 🙂 foodvixen x