Me Hammock

My name is Seth/Sand. I am the founder and editor of this site. I look forward to seeing where it goes. My hope is that it will grow in to a community where travelers share their thoughts and ideas.

I don’t claim to be a pro at blogging. If you have any advice feel free to leave comments on posts or send me an email through the contact page.

My currents interests, and they change often, are backpacking, rock climbing, snowboarding, sailing, Spanish, Uruguay, food (cooking/eating), and of course traveling in general.

Hopefully as this site grows I can find other people to write features for the blog. There may be some money in it in the future. Any regular contributors will be added to this page. Peace everyone, Thanks for reading.




I am blove or Becca. Sand and I have recently been traveling throughout Uruguay but I have traveled some through Europe as well. Specifically to England, France, Ireland, and Scotland

One of my interests is obviously traveling, as well as natural foods and medicine, being outside, hiking, camping, swimming, scuba diving, cooking, eating, and lifelong discovery. I am also currently studying special and elementary education at Elon University so children’s issues, health and education also interest me. I am also in a sorority, Alpha Chi Omega.

As I believe in continuing to learn and improve oneself I ask that anyone who wishes to comment on articles or email me to please do so. I hope that this site will inspire others want to travel and provide tips/assistance in traveling and discovering our world.

Sarah Enelow

Sarah is a native Texan with a B.A. from Vassar College and an M.A. from Indiana University Bloomington. During college she spent a summer studying in Bilbao, Spain. After completing her graduate coursework, she lived in Moscow, Russia for four months doing administrative work for a chamber orchestra. During this time she endured furious outbursts from a psychotic boss, escaped him by fleeing to Dubai and St. Petersburg, found an excuse to toss a bathtub full of dirty water out a 16th story window, experienced a Russian cold front in January, and survived an attempted mugging.

She then moved to New York City for two years to work in arts administration, living for several months in a Catholic nunnery. Even though New York continues to mistreat her, Sarah plans to go running back with open arms after completing a Fulbright grant in Colón, Argentina (located on the Uruguayan border). This grant has allowed her to write, teach, give lectures and workshops, travel, and put on a fake British accent in phonetics class. Before completing the grant she hopes to convince the residents of Colón that Uruguay is a lovely country full of friendly people, and definitively ascertain whether the president of Paraguay drives a stolen car.