THANK YOU BRETT AND JEANE

THANK YOU BRETT AND JEANE

This week we are pleased to receive from our repeating guests and friends Brett and Jeane Stammers from Australia a generous donation which has delighted our staff. Each of our 47 employees received a 10 kg bag of rice particularly welcome in this difficult period. A million thanks dear Brett and Jeane for your generosity. We hope to have the pleasure of celebrating with you the return to normal as soon as possible. In the meantime take good care of yourselves as we do with our guests and staff here in Bali.

Valentine's Day at Dajuma

Valentine’s Day at Dajuma

Despite a still very low occupancy rate, Dajuma could not help but celebrate Valentine’s Day, the so famous feast of lovers born in Great Britain in the 14th century. Sign of passion, red roses decorated our restaurant while a special menu was concocted by our Chef at a very competitive price. Due to the pandemic, this special offer will exceptionally remain in effect until the end of February. Welcome to our little paradise and Bon appétit les Amoureux!

DAJUMA GARDEN BETWEEN EARTH AND SEA

DAJUMA GARDEN BETWEEN EARTH AND SEA

The one hectare garden of Dajuma has acquired over the years a good reputation with our customers. There are many testimonies that highlight its beauty and diversity at the edge between earth and sea. Behind these appearances, it is a team of five gardeners who design and maintain it with talent. Despite a very low occupation, they continue to maintain it with as much enthusiasm as ever. On the photo, Mudita is preparing for your next trip by carrying some recently pruned trees and plants into the compost. Thank you Mudita and welcome back to our guests in our Eden garden!

VISIT OF THE NEWLY ELECTED REGENT AT DAJUMA

VISIT OF THE NEWLY ELECTED REGENT AT DAJUMA

Last week we had the pleasure to welcome the newly elected regent (Bupati) of Jembrana, Mr Nengah Tamba. After participating in the Jembrana Clean-Up Day initiated by the Indonesian Hotel and Restaurant Association (PHRI) in Medewi Beach, he visited some hotels in Pekutatan district with the objective to check their situation during the pandemic and the implementation of the health protocol of the new normal. Very convinced of the tourism potential of his regency, he wanted to assess their resilience capacity in the face of the pandemic crisis. On the picture, unformally dressed to help a true dialogue with his interlocutors, he is standing between Dina our Sales and Marketing supervisor and Rondy, GM Sales & Marketing. All our best wishes for a successful mandate at the head of Jembrana regency!