Astari (Front Desk Officer) and Juliarta (Restaurant Supervisor) are happy, on behalf of the entire Dajuma team, to wish you and your families a Merry Christmas. Made from driftwood collected from the beach, our Christmas tree was created again this year by our staff. Due to the resurgence of the pandemic, this year like last year, Christmas will be limited to a minimum of festivities. However, all Dajuma staff are more than ready to welcome you in the best conditions of safety, comfort … and fun, so necessary in this troubled period. So, merry Christmas and see you soon in our little paradise!
This week Ukraine is in the spotlight in Dajuma. We had the pleasure of welcoming the Lukach family for two nights, who were happily surprised to receive a romantic dinner on the beach as a gift from one of their friends. This had not happened for a long time – the island having received only 45 foreign tourists in 2021 … against more than 6 million in 2019 (https://thebalisun.com/only-45-international-tourists-visited-bali-in-2021/). Needless to say, the Lukach family were particularly taken care of during this dinner. A special decoration was prepared by our gardeners while our Chef concocted one of his specialties. A magical moment!
This week we had the pleasure of welcoming one of our dear loyal customers who usually visits Bali once or twice a year. Like many other Bali lovers, he suffered from not being able to come for 18 months and, to the question, what did you miss the most during this period, the answer was instantaneous: the “nasi campur“, one of the delicious specialties of Bali with the rijsttafel. Our chef was quick to cook one as shown in the photo: on the plate a combination of the flavors of yellow rice, colored by turmeric (nasi kuning), tempe goreng, plain omelet (telur dadar), chicken shredded with red seasoning (ayam sisit), fried noodles (mie goreng) and shrimp crackers (kerupuk udang). A wonderful Balinese delight!
With the emergence of the Omicron variant, the prospects for a return to normalcy are fading again in Bali. For how long? Nobody knows it, but in Dajuma anyway, we do everything to welcome you in the best possible conditions, in terms of comfort and hygiene.
This week, we had the pleasure of welcoming a group of doctors and nurses who are on the front lines of the fight against the pandemic.
We would have liked to reconnect with the memorable Dajuma evenings organized around traditional dances accompanied by local orchestras. But distancing requires, it will be for the next time, just waiting for you!