Python Stay on Element In For Loop

I’d like to know how I can somehow stay on one Element until the next loop cycle in a for loop. here’s a code example:

for element in numbers:
    try:
        ...
    except:
        # It should stay on this element for the next time
        pass

So as example, I have

numbers = ['apple', 'banana', 'peach']

Now I’m on the element Banana as example, and If that error comes up, It should just stay on banana until the next cycle, so the expected output would be: apple, banana (error), banana (now It tries again), peach

I can explain In more detail If needed.

Answer

Use a while loop to iterate on the indexes:

i = 0
while i < len(numbers):
    element = numbers[i]
    try:
        ...
        i+=1
    except:
        # It should stay on this element for the next time
        pass