31-Mar-2001 -- A sunny day, good for traveling 300 km by highway to the south to test our 4th confluence point. Previous visits:
The point is inside a field of orange trees. The trees were flowering and the smell was really good. The problem is that there are a lot of small owners, and water divides some fields, so it was really difficult to walk in a fixed direction.
The place is, at last, very easy to reach. And luckily the GPS marked 40º00'00 0º00'00 hanging from an orange tree. 10 m over see level.
Near there is a geodesic point where we checked the acuracy of the GPS.
Later we went to the harbor and eat the typical rice dish with fish called "paella".
Another good day.
Coordinator's Note: The visitor used the ED50 (European Datum 1950) datum instead of WGS84 as specified in the Confluence Project rules, this means that they missed the actual spot by 170 m (which is the offset between ED50 and WGS84 in this area) and this visit has therefore been marked as incomplete.