If you have an American passport, you pretty much have access to the most of the world. However, there are some countries that still require you to have some extra documentation. Check out all the countries that require Americans to get a visa before they fly here.
Hitchhiking is one of the easiest ways to vacation across the world on a budget. Here are the rules to traveling the road.
Check out the best soccer stadiums from around the world.
World AIDS Day has been observed every year on December 1 since 1987. Between 2011 and 2015 the theme is “Getting to Zero”, according to the World Health Organization. It’s a time to raise awareness, support our communities and push towards greater access to treatment for all. Here’s what’s happening in Puget Sound.
Looking for a unique spa experience? Something other than a basic facial or manicure? How about a Korean or Chinese body scrub? A hydrotherapy pool? An African foot soak? A holistic approach? Check out some of these one-of-a-kind spas in Puget Sound for your next relaxing spa day.
These aren’t your typical loos. One uses microwave energy to transform human waste into electricity. Another captures urine and uses it for flushing. And still another turns excrement into charcoal. They are part of a Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation competition to reinvent the toilet for the 2.6 billion people around the world who don’t have access to modern sanitation.
From Saturday, September 1 through Monday, September 3, downtown Seattle will be filled with loads of music and experiences that appeal to a wide audience. Bring the kids, bring your friends to Bumbershoot, 2012! And hurry! Ticket prices increase on Wednesday, August 15.
Thursday, March 22 is the 19th Annual World Water Day. Sparked by the United Nations in 1993, it’s a day to bring awareness to crucial water issues around the world. Here’s what’s happening in the Seattle area and how you can help.
Former President Jimmy Carter will be in Seattle to engage in conversation and challenge us to think about our place in the world. Along with President Carter, two WA residents will be recognized as the winners of the 2011 World Citizen Award and 2011 World Educator Award.
The World Health Organization established World AIDS Day in 1988. December 1, around the globe, there are events and observances to remember those who have lost their fight to AIDS, and to raise awareness that AIDS still exists, and needs to end. You can wear a red ribbon on December 1, and you can attend one of these Puget Sound area events.