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jkmmah May 24th, 2004 10:20 AM

St Thomas---milkshakes???
 
I read somewhere (another board??? can't remember) about Godfrey's tour and having him stop somewhere for the absolute best milkshakes in St Thomas. Does anyone know the place I'm referring to? I've tried searching the boards and can't find the reference. It's been a few weeks since I read it. Thanks if you can help!


Carol B May 24th, 2004 12:23 PM

Re: St Thomas---milkshakes???
 
If you are going to go on the Godfrey tour just e-mail him and ask. I had some general questions about St. Thomas and he was more than happy to answer them.

Carol B May 24th, 2004 12:29 PM

Re: St Thomas---milkshakes???
 
His e-mail address is www.godfreytoursvi.com

Tauruschick May 24th, 2004 01:53 PM

Re: St Thomas---milkshakes???
 
Maybe you are talking about the world famous banana daquiris? You can get those at Mountain Top.

runner15km May 24th, 2004 02:10 PM

Re: St Thomas---milkshakes???
 
Alcoholic milkshakes at St. Thomas Dairies (Route 35/Magen's Bay Road); try Rumrunner, with rum raisin ice cream and creme de menthe, or Jacoco, with chocolate and coconut ice cream and Kahlua, or -- if you can stand more -- Udder Delite, which is almond crunch and amaretto.

dawnrn1 May 27th, 2004 07:08 PM

Re: St Thomas---milkshakes???
 
we are booked with godfrey and those milkshakes sound great!! Thanks for the info.


MichelleP May 28th, 2004 08:47 AM

Re: St Thomas---milkshakes???
 
I think you are thinking of St. Thomas Dairies, like runner15km said. Enjoy!

Cheers,
Michelle P.


Laurie M May 30th, 2004 05:32 PM

Re: St Thomas---milkshakes???
 
Someone on another board told me about a place in St Thomas called Paradise Point and a milkshake type drink called "Bushwackers" made with Rum, Vodka, Baileys Irish Creme, Amaretto, Kahlua, and Creme of Coconut over ice and blended.

Maybe this is what you are refering to?

Apparently, they are pretty strong...but oooohhh so refreshing! I plan to give it a try while I'm there in July on the AOS.



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