"You could say that," he said with a slight nod at her far too close for comfort assumption. A few short minutes later, the building was coming into view, although he knew, thanks to the nifty little charm Tonks had put on the place, Gaia couldn't see it just yet. "We're going to my office," he explained, "it's just ahead, there's a spare room in the back, if you should need to stay the night." He'd explain about the complex in a bit, but he had to make her aware of the place before they came on it.
Once they arrived, he unlocked the door and held it open for her before going inside himself. He shut the door behind himself and turned back to face her. Time for the reveal. "You might think I'm mad, for what I'm about to tell you, but I assure you, it's all true and you can confirm it with almost anyone else in town," he started off. "First of all...you have made, I'm thinking somewhere in the ballpark of a two thousand year jump forward in time." He though maybe that should be digested first before he move on.