The way up from Murren takes you to Schilthron mountain, with expensive tickets, so we decided to explore Grindlewald First the next day.
While we were trekking we had a shocking experience, nothing to be scared about, nothing bad, but shockingly good. We found an unmanned mini hut outside a chalet on the roadside, with some cheese, jams and other dairy products on display. And to our surprsie it was for sale, if want you buy it, you pick and leave cash, and they also have kept some change in case you dont have.
With a little aching feet and shiver from the evening weather, we took a train down to Lauterbrunnen. This ride down was breathtakingly beautiful, through the snow covered mountains. To add it up, we ineracted with a very stylish mother daughter duo, 91 & 65 years of age respectively. They shared how happy and satisfied they are to be settled in Murren and how they love to dress up.
One striking line from the lady, "i love to stay and not travel, as the ones who stay, makes the world for the travellers to explore."