First we climbed on the shiny silver coach, with smiles. When we got on the coach, we moved slowly across the busy Birmingham traffic. Soon after we saw lots of signs saying Cadburys World four miles and ¾ miles away. After we took a left to Bournville and before our eyes the sign Cadburys World
Next we clambered off the coach to Cadburys World; we went to the reception and saw it was closed. So we just went to the presentation when we got there, there was a guide named Collin who did a lecture about Cadburys. They told us that they make Maynard’s and their main rival is nestle. After the lecture we hurried to the exhibition. In the exhibition there was an Incan themed area. I found out that the Incans first harvested cocoa beans. Next we walked to the pirate area. I learnt that legalized pirates are called Buccaneers, and I learnt that buccaneers thought cocoa beans were sheep droppings. Eweh! Then we got too saw the Victorian area, and then a door opened and we got to see a show and we learned about the process of chocolate. Soon our chairs moved smoke came out of the room and barrels moved.
Then we had lunch. We had lunch in a tent, so I had mini smarties kinder milk chocolate and sandwiches.
After we saw a black and white show. When we learned about the main resource of cocoa beans.
After that we walked on the stairs, wrote our names in delicious chocolate and got fresh chocolate from moulds. Then we saw a playground/disco in the play ground you had to jump on the crème eggs to open them and in the disco it had a gorilla playing the drums.
Finally we went on a ride called the Cadabra Ride on the ride we saw funny cocoa beans and next I saw evil cocoa beans and bottles lastly we saw cocoa bean shadows engraved in the cave area.
At the end the day we climbed on the bus and went home.