We woke early this morning to visit Cape Horn. They took us out in zodiacs to the dock and let us loose for a few hours. I climbed the stairs and walked on the walk way all the way to the monument of the end of the world. After some amazing pictures of the sun rising, I also spent some time wandering around the little village at cape horn. There is a little chapel, and couple cabins, and a few people that do live there year round. We headed back to the boat, and since the weather was cooperating, the captain took us around to the south of Cape Horn to get another angle of the end of the world. I met another older gentleman from Spain, who was leading a group of French travelers around Patagonia. After a rough Spanish conversation, he told me he spoke English, but wanted me to practice! He had been a guide for years, and seemed to really enjoy his life traveling around. Breakfast was served buffet-style, with plenty of options for everyone on board. After a lecture about the history of the area and information on Wulaia Bay, we had a little downtime to wander around the boat before lunch.