This is where we had to make serious decisions. As Torres disappeared in the rearview mirrors, we were heading to Puerto Natales. Puerto Natales is a port city on the Señoret Channel in Chile’s southern Patagonia. It’s the gateway to Torres del Paine National Park to the northwest, and the port for boats touring the Patagonian fjords. To the north is the vast Mylodon Cave, once inhabited by prehistoric, slothlike mylodons. Straight-line from the old pier at the back Torres lies behind the mountains. The weather is brutal and changes on the hour. The winds and clouds at least makes for some cool photos. I had to hang onto the tripod to take this 20sec long exposure. We had to head back to Bolivia, but which way? On the coast of Argentina or back up Chile's side? There is a ferry, well it is a bit more cargo than the ferry and it is old, which runs the fjords back up to Puerto Montt. People told us it is one spectacular ferry ride. Something more akin to the fjords in Sweden and those places. What we were not in the mood for was the 700km run down to Ushuaia to take a selfie and ride back to catch the ferry. We decided the run to Ushuaia and then up the Argentine coast, might be more boring than taking the ferry back up and stay in the mountains between Chile and Argentina to get to Bolivia. Consultations took place between us and our dear Pommie friends who visited Ushuaia a couple of weeks prior. The question was, is it worth hauling as 1400km round just for a selfie? Is there anymore more to see in Ushuaia than a Hard Rock cafe and Princess Cruise liners with rich folk hanging around? Fat whales, fat chicks, good bars? Anything? The answer came back naaaah, don't waste your time. We trust their judgment as we have been traveling with them for quite some time. We had a week to kill before the ferry. That said the ferry was not going to be a cheap exercise. But we reckon, seeing that we do not waste more money running to Ushuaia and our GoFundMe begpacking campaing to get us to Antarctica only netted us 5us from Elsebie's mom contribution to GoFundMe we can just as well call this ferry ride our end of the earth luxury. There are some bloody good restaurants and bars in Peurto Natales we could turn into a local hangout for us. The best part they had some of the best lamb and our Airbb for that week had an oven. Wash it down with local beer.