Those cultures choose different types of activities to spend their free time.
Western cultures tend to think that they can experience more positive emotions from leisure activities than from work.
Western cultures pay more attention to leisure activities than Eastern cultures.
Eastern cultures usually have more sophisticated leisure activities than Western cultures.
The average personal income of Mexicans is much lower than the income of the French.
French cuisine is much more popular and diverse than Mexican.
Mexicans usually prefer more dynamic leisure-time activities than the French.
The climate in France is colder and rainier than in Mexico.
People in those countries have a more optimistic and energetic temperament.
Fewer people in those countries could afford to buy the radio or TV.
People in those countries are less provided with electricity than in other countries.
The climate in those countries is warmer and sunnier than in other countries.
The profit of the leisure and recreation industry can be higher in one country than in the other.
Special research on each territory, where leisure projects are going to be launched, is always needed.
The leisure and recreational industry growth can be more significant in Western cultures than in Eastern.
It is completely impossible to predict the results of the leisure projects in a particular area because of a great variety of influences.
Young people are more used to online activities.
Older generations are more used to spend free time on their own or in small groups.
The cultural background of the young is narrower than of the oldest.
Older people consider sightseeing as a physical exercise that is good for health.