This paper presents the results of empirical study on interactions between people involved in tourism. The paper adresses one of the most important condition those interactions: experience of 'tourist teams'. Using the grounded theory methodology, the lines of activity of 'tourist teams' and four basic strategies underpinning them are distinguished. These strategies are: an 'assimilation' of resources rendered-accessible-space by 'trying on', an interpretation by 'body-operation' and using a 'new' context for interpreting an 'old' one. The fourth strategy, relatively independent of rendered-accessible-space is a 'fun'. The paper addresses some consequences of lines of activity established by 'tourist teams' for identities of the team's members.
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