Ser Jaesin explains to the dornish women that some Knights don't like tourneys; he does, though, even if he claims to have found no ser, aside the Dragonknight, capable to best him.
A spot of practice with blunt swords is soon replaced by a different sort of bout with sharp words.
Ser Doran Dondarrion meets Lanei Fowler, one of the hostages who attempts, poorly, to do some needlework. An innocent meeting, apparently; but a few painful topics will be drawn as they talk and dig deeper their incipient friendship.
Can one of the Westerosi Knights have a kind and quiet talk with one of the Dornish Hostages?. Doran and Lanei prove that, indeed, it is possible.
There are Sers... and Sers. Jaesin Lannister warns the dornish ladies about this and they find out that, apparently, he looks to be a good knight, and prone to keep his vows.
Ser Doran Dondarrion openly laments his actions in the Conquest earning him Ser Almer Connington's pity, as Liane Uller and Sarmion Stormbreaker look on.
Yet another encounter between a hostage and captors -- and this time, steel is drawn!
A close encounter below decks.
Daeron's fleet will arrive, soon, to King's Landing, and some of the hostages wonder about their wardens and new lives. Meanwhile, a knight watches over them.
A morning meeting between one of the hostages and two of the invaders provides them of a good chance to display their diplomatics skills and good wishes... for once. Or not?
Ser Bryce finds that a journey at sea agrees poorly with him, Jonn Lannister agrees poorly with most everything and more pleasantries are exchanged between the hostages and a few of the knights.
Aboard one of the ships returning from Dorne, a not very amiable encounter occurs between two of the hostages and Ser Sarmion.
Late at night, Liane Uller -- one of the Dornish hostages -- encounters three of her charming 'escorts'.