On the first day we checked out Cadbury World, you know those British folk who make the awesome chocolate? Not quite Hershey Park, this is more of a factory tour with loads of fun stuff interjected. Basically, you get a history of chocolate and more specifically, the Cadbury company itself. There's a cool dark ride and some free chocolate to help you along the way!
Here's some photos...
We’re at the Cadbury factory! Yup, the place where all that delicious chocolate gets made and all that fudge gets packed!
The Cadbury factory is also home to Cadbury World, a kind of indoor theme park showing how the chocolate is made and stuff!
The best thing is that they give you FREE CHOCOLATE as you enter!
We start off in he Mayan times to see the very day that Jeff Johnson discovered cocoa beans.
Oooh, Lou wants to know what’s under the loin cloth!
We’ll see you in 2010, Europa!
Did you know that the Cadbury dudes started out as tea dealers? Well now you do!
These little dudes are Cocoa beans. They are NOT M&Ms despite what Mike might tell you!
Russ and Stacey love using the incredibly sophisticated interactive chocolate making device. Sadly they will not share the secrets of Double Deckers with us though!
We then got to tour the packaging plant which was quite cool. Though there were no cameras allowed so you’ll just have to believe me when I tell you that those Oompa Loompas sure work hard!
Now for the only ride in Cadbury World – Cadabra! It’s a small dark ride through a load of random scenes!
Mmm, Cadbury’s Caramel bunny! She’s such a hottie!!
There’s loads of little nods to old Cadbury characters throughout the ride. There’s the Mini-Egg parrot dude in the clock!
Cocoa beans gone wild!!
Any ride with a 99 at the finale gets a thumbs up from me!
Anyone want some Choco Fudge?
Lou got to relive her Thorntons days by playing with chocolate writing thing.
Look at how nice and neat it is!
The rest of us, not so much! At least you can make it out! Kind of.
These are the amazing people who put the Cadbury’s Buttons into the bags one by one.
Official Treat Provider to the Olympics? Seriously? I now want to know who the official toilet roll provider is!
Those chocolate flavoured lampposts are Dave’s favourites!
Yes, a rollercoaster in this update!!! Does anyone else have that Friday feeling?
Oh my, what’s she waiting for?
We call this: "if the Brit Crew were made of chocolate!" Can you make out who’s who?
So eventually we learned that the Cadbury’s got out of the tea business and started making chocolate bars. Thanks in no small part to anthropomorphic cocoa beans and some frog named Freddo.
Check out all the old school merch! I miss the days when you could get Crunchies in Heroes!
Anth scores with the Caramel Bunny! Way to live out a lifelong dream!
OMG, the World’s Biggest Cadbury Shop! They really should NOT have let us in here!!!
Anyone want more Double Deckers than you can shake a stick at? I have no idea why you’d want to shake a stick at confectionary, but at Cadbury World probably you can!
Liquorice Allsorts for Robb!
Bargain Fudge for Fudge!
The most awesome thing that the factory shop sells are these awesome bags of “Mis-Shapes”. Chocolate gone wrong basically! Quite fitting for the Brit Crew!
Yes, we pretty much doubled Cadbury’s Christmas sales figures! That’s a lot of Mis-Shapes!
And that was our day at Cadbury World! It was quite nice to do something a bit different, especially at this time of year!
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