Today was raining and the views had disappeared when we awoke but we knew we wouldnt be venturing too far. After a leisurely brekky we piled in the car to drive about 20 k's around the mountain to stop at the village of Lauterbrunnen. This village was one that I had debated about staying at instead of Grindelwald, but settled on the bigger town. We arrived and parked the car as a light mist continued to fall around us. The big feature of Lauter is a waterfall that cascades down on the edge of town. We wandered a path towards the waterfall so we could get behind it and take great photos. On the way we passed one of the most picturesque graveyards you will ever see, not that I guess the inhabitants really care. After the waterfall we headed through the centre of town for a look but everything was closed. We had definately made the right choice by staying at Grindelwald. The rain had started to soak through so we made our way back to the car and continued along the road. We stopped a few times to take photos of cows with their big bells which is so distinctive. Most of the places we had been to, and from our chalet, we always heard the bells off in the distance. We managed to get some great shots and then proceeded to Stagmatta where we stopped at a cheese market. There were lots of traditionally dressed Swiss who really looked like they were having a lot of fun. (I tried to think of a joke to stick in here but didnt want to come across as cheesy.... boom!). After Jac & I had devoured a cheese sandwhich we headed back to Grindelwald as it was getting late. We had time to do one more thing so we we went to the Glacier Gorge walk which was pretty amazing to walk the side of the mountain with a raging river below us. We took plenty of photos but it was getting dark so we headed back to the car for a little drive round Grindelwald then back home. Our final night in Switzerland we felt had to be filled with a traditional feast, so we fired up the fondue kit and had a great feed before settling in for the night. A great last day full of cheesy goodness.