Cadbury's World NZ was our first port of call this morning, where we sampled lots of chocolate alongside learning about the history of chocolate, Cadbury's and how it's made. They dropped a tonne of chocolate from a huge height above us, like a massive chocolate fountain. The smell in the factory was amazing!!
|Vintage Cadbury's delivery van|
|Vintage Cadbury's milk tanker|
Next was the Otago Peninsular, a wiggly windy Coastal road with stunning scenery, fantastic looking beaches, wildlife sanctuaries and NZ's only castle (which we somehow missed!). Luke did a fab painting of the scenery.
|View from top of Otago Peninsular|
|Another view from top of Otago Peninsular|
|A dead octopus in the waters on the Peninsular|
We had a lovely walk on the beach as the sun was beginning to set next to our campsite.
|Beach at twilight|
As I write this we're contemplating what to have for tea and are tempted by NZ's "Fush n Chups" from the campsite take away shop.