On hearing that more and more countries were closing their borders to all but their own citizens we realised we needed to get home before it became impossible.
Today was one we really wanted to see and experience, going around Cape Horn on the way to Stanley in the Falkland Islands or Islas Malvinas in Spanish.We were ready for the rough seas and turbulent waters about which we had read.
In Ushuaia Part 1 I described we spent our morning in Ushuaia exploring the town. In the afternoon we went on a narrow guage train excursion to the lake in the Tierra del Fuego National Park.
After a wonderful day visiting Puerto Montt and surrounds we had another 2 days at sea but the 2nd was really exciting.
As I wrote at the end of my last blog, our first day on board was at sea.
After our day on the hop on/hop off bus to visit San Cristóbal Hill and the Bicentennial Memorial Park we had just a morning to do a bit more exploring of Santiago.
We finally got to bed at about 03:00 after flying in from Panama but were up in time to enjoy breakfast.