Wow. The thing I hadn't counted on (other than the sheer exhaustion of doing four shows back to back) is, as Arthur Trace pointed out, the humidity here in China at this time of year.
But what has made this fun is the theatre we are performing in.
It's made to look like the side of a mountain with a variety of different performing spaces and is incredibly challenging to work in. That's Arthur (above) performing his FISM Award Winning act... see how hard it is to not get distracted even in a still photograph.
The whole theatre is filled with interesting things to look at, even dinosaurs... this is Dinosaur World. A theme park based around a 75% complete fossilised dinosaur discovered here many years ago.
No wonder they asked a living dinosaur like me to come and perform. ;)
Thankfully, the shows went well. My host said "On video your act is 80 out of 100, but live it is 150 out of 100!"
He is very kind.
In fact, we are all off to a gala dinner tonight to celebrate completing Day One of the shows.
So, I will leave you with some pictures of the park I took this morning on the ride in.