2. Go Swimming
You don't want to get water in your eyes. If you do, then your contacts might just fall out, and you don't want to end up losing them at the bottom of the pool. Of course, it's even worse to get chlorine in them, which is what swimming pools are filled with. That's why you should wear your glasses in the pool, or just go without your eye gear completely. There's not much you need to see in a tiny swimming pool anyway. You should be able to manage without them for the short period of time that you're in the water.