We made a leisurely start after the late night with a good breakfast of pancakes, bread, jam and pancakes. The coffee was instant, normal for Chile, but a range of herb teas was on offer. We decided to stay here for three nights so we could decide on our onward travel plans as well as looking round.
We went for a short ride and had lunch in Angelica’s restaurant then later some very good Calafate ale in a café by the harbour. We spent ages online looking for a hostel with good reviews and a kitchen in Punta Arenas, eventually settling on one.