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The Love of Pizza

We went to a new pizza joint the other night, got some to-go.  We ordered two pizzas and the lady, who had pretty good english, was trying to tell us something, but we just couldn’t make sense of what she was explaining.  We went on with the order and headed home.  Sooooo, she was telling us that with every pizza you get a free cheese one.  Beat that Pizza Hut!  Yes, this is one of our eaten pizzas on top + plastic grocery bag + cheese pizza under the cover = double decker!  And that’s how it came, as a double decker.

Pizza is always a bonus in Madagascar

Pizza is always a bonus in Madagascar

Going out for pizza is really common here.  Now sometimes the pizza might have corn or tuna or an egg on it, and other times it’s just a big surprise all together, but we are always happy to have a pizza adventure in Madagascar.  It’s the small things we continue to give God thanks for while serving so far from the United States.

We even can find a good deep dish pizza

We even can find a good deep dish pizza

And while we don’t have Domino’s, Papa John’s, or Chicago’s Gino’s East, we have Pizza Mania!  And we can usually dine for about 10,000 Ariary or only $5 bucks.

Pizza is even delivered on motorcycles

Pizza is even delivered on motorcycles

So don’t you worry about us, we have our American delicacies everywhere we travel.  If we could just find some pepperoni.

-Austin

 

PS.  And just how much do American’s really love pizza?  Well, it’s hard to go anywhere without finding a pizza place close to home:

US American's love our pizza

US American’s love our pizza

So the next time you grab a slice, mazatoa! Enjoy!

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2 thoughts on “The Love of Pizza

  1. We love pizza here in South Africa, too! Ours is much more expensive than yours, though. Do you have bacon and banana? That is my (Tessa’s) favorite combo.

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