All ready he was apologizing. Gaia wasn't sure whether she should be grateful for his manners or angry about it. For the moment, she would be grateful for his manners. It was a quality in people Gaia generally liked. She didn't respond well to those who acted like barbarians, which this man wasn't. So she would simply see what he had to say, and then go from there. After all, it would do her no good to not hear him out. She had to figure out where she was so she could then try and get herself back home, back to Lucretia before everything went horribly wrong.
Glancing sidelong at Angel, Gaia arched a brow in both curiosity and confusion. "How do you mean? Has so much happened that it is difficult to find how to begin explanation?" Gaia didn't like the sound of that. To her, it had only been an instant. She wasn't even considering the fact she could have moved through time. Then again, she would never think such a thing. Such things didn't exist in her world. There was divination, magic of sorts, but no time travel. Only the gods themselves had those kinds of powers, not mere mortals.