How many Mauritians actually know how to swim?

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  • Ruby Srk

    i live 5 walking mins away from the beach n yet mo ale la plage mayb twice a yr..fauD ena kit la priere then .. n i admit..i cant swim..

  • lapin

    Lol tons of Mauritians can’t swim, tons of e.g in my own family :P Oh and one of my pet peeves are people who don’t want to go to the beach because they don’t want to get “tanned”. What exactly is wrong with getting tanned? Is dark skin really that ugly? urg I’m rambling on but watevs!

  • Mike

    In my “younger” days I loved to swim in Pereybere, it was a quiet spot in those days. Trou aux Biches was another favourite. I was obliged to learn to swim in training I had to do 4 lengths of an olympic pool to qualify. Also had to do swimming fully clothed for rescue training. That was a long time ago. These days I am not much of a beach person but I prefer the inland nature of the island. I still seriously keep up one exercise which consists of and upward and downward motion of the arm with a pint glass in the hand!

  • adarsh

    living on an island but not loving the sea, not swimming, and not eating enough fish is a paradox that we need to act upon.

  • Yashvin Awootar

    I love eating fish :-)

  • JP Fortuno

    it’s never too late to learn. I started learning 2 years ago and the results are rewarding ^^

  • Pramod

    I am a bit scared of the sea… The huge ocean filled with sooo many mysteries…
    Mne déjà gagne piqué ek oursin enfin ene tiguit…
    But hearing things about Laff or Jelly Fish makes me even more reluctant to swim in the sea. Even if my feet touches an algae or coral or I see a rock inside the water I prefer avoid it…

  • Niu Ming Zhao Zzammil

    i learrmt swmming some years back at a swimming pool, my first time i got drown, love the sea<3

  • Mau

    Unfortunately our paid Water Park looks like a stinking pit of foul water, see this video for details :

  • Siganus Sutor

    There are people who love to go swimming in the lagoon, enjoying the scenery and the life under them, but who feel sometimes that their life is at risk with all the motor boats criss-crossing the place.

  • Chamburn Radha

    Mwa depuis mo tipti mo ti p nazer ect plonger dan la riviere asterla faudrai ene dimoue ki kner vraiment kouma nazer ect plonger gaiter kouma mo fer lerla dire mwa si oui ou non mo kner.

  • Nasr Ramdonee

    Thank you mate, :).

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