Around lunchtime we rounded Punta Aguia. Just before the point was an oasis of palm trees in an arroyo. The point is almost an island with a narrow spit only crossed by big storms. A concrete house sites in the middle of the spit.
After stopping for lunch we traveled almost straight east along a rugged cliffy coastline. We turned south at Punta la Ballena and around into a south facing cove. The cove was full of yachts. Herb Howe says that camping on a beach next to yachts is like camping in a mobile home park full of generators. So we cut across the cove to an east facing beach. The north end had a nice area protected from the wind, but the beach was cobble stones. I bounced in for a landing to check it out and Herb helped convince everyone else to land after me.