Managed, thankfully, to sleep in and awoke with very little jet lag. After hearty breakfast busied ourselves with sorting out IT and camera gear in anticipation of little in the way of network access once further South - GoPro have helpfully just updated the firmware for our video camera, here's hoping for an improvement as the damn thing has locked up 3 times already - the guys joining us also have the same camera so hopefully we can get some good video from multiple angles on the boat.
Managed to walk the length and breadth of the town (Punta Arenas) several times in the morning before deciding to chill and sit in eclectic coffee shop - not much hope of doing similar for another 6 weeks!
Claire bugged out of going swimming in the Straights of Magellan due to pollution not the cold (she claims!) instead she has suggested a dip in the Beagle Channel tomorrow which ought to be both cleaner and colder :-)
Managed a bit of wildlife spotting on the water front, some Guanay Cormorants (we think) - massive things two or three times the size of ours and on the semi-endangered list, no whales though as it sounds like they have moved North to breed.
Sat writing this enjoying a cold beer in the hotel bar listening to 80's pop and reliving school/college days.
Met up with those crew not already separated for Puerto Williams for a last meal in Punta Arenas and what a fantastic meal it was in Damiana Elena, but UK prices which was a bit of a shock, but very nice place and food, highly recommended.
Early start tomorrow as we're off to the airport for the final leg of the Journey South.