Cakes, are they? I could not say, Princess. The knight bowed. "If you would pardon me for a time, I will seek out the captain and see if he has letters for us."
Very well. I'll help you find him.
There is no need for you to trouble yourself. Sir Jorah glanced away impatiently. "Enjoy the market. I will rejoin you when my business is concluded."
Curious, Dany thought as she watched him stride off through the throngs. She didn't see why she should not go with him. Perhaps Sir Jorah meant to find a woman after he met with the merchant captain. Whores frequently traveled with the caravans, she knew, and some men were queerly shy about their couplings. She gave a shrug. "Come," she told the others.
Her handmaids trailed along as Dany resumed her stroll through the market. "Oh, look," she exclaimed to Doreah, "those are the kind of sausages I meant." She pointed to a stall where a wizened little woman was grilling meat and onions on a hot firestone. "They make them with lots of garlic and hot peppers." Delighted with her discovery, Dany insisted the others join her for a sausage. Her handmaids wolfed theirs down giggling and grinning, though the men of her khas sniffed at the grilled meat suspiciously. "They taste different than I remember," Dany said after her first few bites.