The obvious part of this story is the one that I won’t write about. And yes, it was fantastic, like Rome 2. You can read my blog post to learn about that experience.
Jessica has a charm that is difficult to describe. She has black eyes that shine with her smile and enlighten everything around her and nicely styled curly hair where you can be lost trying to delight it.
We had an incredible weekend that I almost forgot what happened in Italy and Iceland. However, the most bizarre occurred the day before Jessica’s flight to Morocco. While having lunch in a restaurant near the Jet d’Eau, Pietro appeared.
“Get the f*(K up the table, Jessica!” He said.
I was shocked and, furthermore, petrified. I wasn’t expecting any of this.
“I won’t do what you say anymore, Pietro; leave me alone,” Jessica contested.
I decided to intervene to protect Jessica, but Pietro took Jessica’s plate and smashed it on the floor. So I was back on my seat, scared like a child watching a horror movie.
“I found them,” Pietro said, and Jessica changed her mood immediately.
“I am sorry, Benjamin, I have to go.”
“No worries, Gunst, you won’t see her again.”
Five minutes later, I was still there sipping my red wine and trying to understand what had happened. The waiter came and cleaned Pietro’s mess and asked me if I wanted more wine. I asked for the whole bottle.
Later I regret this decision as alcohol is costly in Switzerland, and it is twice the price in front of the Jet d’Eau.
So I still don’t understand the matter with Pietro and Jessica. What’s the meaning of “I found them.” Why Jessica said Pietro was in Italy while he was here? Should I give Jessica the benefit of the doubt?
At this point, I don’t think polyamory is something between them, but Pietro seems to have some control over her. I believe they still have some physical connection involved.
Italy was no different than this time, except for the violent part. I had the feeling that they were in a relationship. However, with the “I found them,” I got confused. While in Rome, I felt sorry for myself being involved with a lady who didn’t communicate with me properly. Now I feel sorry for her because she is definitely into something shady with this guy.
While paying the astronomical check in the restaurant, I found out that Jessica had left a business card on his chair. The card said:
Flugvallarvegur 15, Reykjanesbær, Iceland
I put the address on Google Maps and couldn’t find the location. I couldn’t find anything about James Punjabi as well. What was that business card? Did Jessica leave it by mistake or on purpose? There wasn’t a phone number or an email address.
I don’t think I have more time for this madness. Now I have to focus on my last week in the Schengen area before Russia continue advancing.