In which country. 1. do people like walking in the evening? 2. are people fond of flowers? 3. do people like swimming in cold water? 4. is arch and arrows one of the most popular sports? 5. do people love windsurfing? 6. are people fond of gambling? The outdoors and physical fitness are important tothe Finns , who enjoy a wide range of activities, including walking, fishing (and ice fishing), hunting, camping, skiing, track and field, basketball, ice hockey, cycling, and boating. Golf is gaining in popularity; some peopleeven play on the ice in the winter. The sauna is a traditional way to relax and socialize for people of all ages. During a retreat to a summer cottage, a popular activity is to run from a hot sauna for a swim in a cold, clear lake nearby. Badminton and soccer are the most popular sports in Indonesia, and many people play volleyball and tennis. Shadow-puppet theatre is a traditional art, and performances are particularly common in rural areas and on special occasions. Other recreational activities include watching television and going to the cinema. Censorship is strict. Tahitians spend many of their leisure hours socializing, and parties and other festivities play an important part in their lives. Soccer is the national sport, but many others are enjoyed, such as boxing, volleyball, basketball, canoeing, windsurfing, swimming, fishing, and diving. Other popular recreational activities include watching television, going to the cinema, and dancing. An evening or Sunday afternoon stroll around the town is a well-established tradition in both rural and urban areas. On Sundays many Italians go to the countryside, or to a sportsevent. In summer, crowds flock to the beach. Discotheques are popular among unmarried young people, particularly on Saturday nights. Socceris by far the most popular sport. Bicycling, auto racing, skiing, and tennis are alsopopular. Recently , basketball has attracted a large Italian following. Mongolian wrestling, horse racing, and archery are the most popular sports. The annual wrestling championships are enthusiastically followed throughout the country. Boxing, soccer, volleyball, basketball, and table tennis are also enjoyed. Leisure activities include visiting family and friends, watching television, going to the movies, and, especially in summer, making outings to the countryside. Sunday is a favourite day for picnics, and some people own small summer cabins in the hills around the capital. Peoplespend their leisure time socializing with relativesand neighbours or watching films; the Philippines is the world's fourth largest producer of films, a number of which have a strong religious theme. In the cities, video cassette recorder ownership has grown considerably among the middle class, and video rental stores are common. Sundays are big days for sports; basketball, baseball, and soccer are all played. Filipinos are keengamblers, which accounts for the popularity of horse races and cockfights, and playing mah-jongg, a Chinese table game played with tiles. The Dutch enjoy home improvements and indoor plants — most Dutch homes overflow with greenery. Flowers are picked (if home grown) or purchased regularly to adorn the home, restaurants, and businesses. Television is very popular, and the Dutch have access through cable to numerous European channels. Soccer and cycling are the most popular sports. Almost everyone in the Netherlands cycles; there are numerous cycle clubs and bike paths throughout the country, and many people use bicycles as a means of transportation.