By Rafa Oca
It was one of those weeknights at the hostel when there were few guests and I was hungry. I had been in Baler for 2 weeks already and I was craving sashimi.
Our guest took her daughter with her to experience our Tribes and Treks experience. Here, in her words, are what they took away from their trip.
Since we moved back to the Philippines we’ve tried to celebrate my daughter’s birthday with a simple party and then giving back to the community.
Jasmine Curtis dropped by to learn how to make bracelets during our crafternoon workshop led by local crafters from Tali Ti Amianan.
From the The Circle Hostel Baler Intern, Alexa Dabao
It was a little more than 3 months ago when I said my goodbyes to what has become my home away from home.
We sat down with the Circle Hostel’s Ziggie Gonzales to ask him about his newest project #ThePlasticSolution. Through filling bottles with non-biodegradable waste, he hopes to create an eco-brick movement in the Philippines,
By Raf Dionisio
I first tried surfing in 2008 at La Union, but only picked it up as a regular sport when we started The Circle Hostel in November 2011.
We asked people who have joined the Circle to answer one simple question: What’s the best part about your visit to the Circle?
“We can only say three things.
By Kage Gozun
Over the summer, I took a life changing trip to Bukidnon with a team made up of three of us from The Circle Hostel, three Aeta (Indigenous People) Chieftains and their pastor/head of their organization.