We now have a link to Google Maps.
We have uploaded all of our locations.
Pat has just noticed that there are now separate pages on the Google Map page and if you are not on the right page you cannot see all of the places. It seems to be in chronological order so to see the latest items make sure you are on the latest page.
On Google you can change the setting from ‘Map’ to ‘Satellite’ and zoom right in to the anchorage or marina or place of interest by double clicking on the map itself. It goes in as close as 50 metres. Have a look at the Muelle de las Carabelas at La Rábida and you can clearly see the three ships. Amazing!
Locations on our journey are listed down the left-hand side of the page along with the dates we were there. Either scroll through them to find the area you are interested in or just double click into the map near to where you think it is.
Just click on ‘Help’ on the Google map page if you are struggling.
You can leave a comment on the map page or on our usual guest page to let us know what you think of the new map.
Just click on the map above to go!
We were going to delete the old hand-drawn maps as they seemed to be no longer necessary but as you really need a broadband connection to see the Google map easily, we’ve left the old ones too.