Follow Sendero travelers on their adventures using accessible GPS.
During my one day in Melbourne
Australia, I have been
actively testing the iPhone GPS and using the BrailleNote
and Sense Nav GPS
around town. I did lots of virtual exploring first on my PC’s Sendero Maps
because all the hotels in Melbourne were booked up with a 70,000 strong
Jehovah’s Witness convention. It literally took me 2 weeks and every travel
trick to finally find a place when I was just headed for the airport and a
flight to Melbourne.
I haven’t been to Melbourne in 10 years or more so my user
POIs are few. I found lots of others and wondered who they were made by. As you
may know, the initials and date of the point can be found under details. I
found a CG, not Chris Grabowski, and a KS as well as others. Thanks for doing
this. It was very helpful to me and it made me feel like I had company.
I experienced a GPS accuracy of 13 satellites, 2 metres, a
rather rare occurrence.
Now off to Sydney to see what we have there.