My wife and I have been coming to holiday in Kefalos since 1993 and for the last two years have stayed, from May until October, at Sevoula Studios which is situated on the beachfront at Kamari Bay.
The next minutes were crucial, it could have been a matter of life or death!
Luckily, a local man who had trained as a Doctor was on the scene and was able to assist the young boy.
We ask ourselves what would have happened if he hadn’t of been?
Disappointed guests ‘air’ their views and opinions of Kos all over the internet. Many have written that they will not be returning to the island again!
Get your act together is what local citizens are crying out!
PLEASE….!!!! AND ….SOON!!!
many of us feel frustrated and just want the island to be organised, safe, clean and that the work is finished or even started…..that should have been months ago…!!!
The President of the Hotel Association Mr Minas Hatzimichail speaks out to local news about the state of affairs at the sea front…
The crisis in Greece is literally killing people! Latest figures show that the suicide rate in Greece has risen to very high levels and it is reported that many of the cases in the last few years have been related to financial crisis and woe. There are many people living in Kos in poverty.
I am very proud to be part of a team of volunteers associated with Keep Kos Clean. Thank you to all who have hosted and attended clean-ups to date. Personally I have gained so much from being involved with the clean-ups. I have visited beautiful places on our island and met wonderful, wonderful people with positive attitudes to life and local knowledge of our beautiful island. We have also ‘stirred’ the interest of national radio stations and newspapers that want to know about our work. I look forward to meeting in person more of our members and exchanging ideas.
Help clean up Kardamena…..tourists will be arriving on the island soon….
“After several years, the smiles returned to Greek tourism entrepreneurs! Improved significantly bookings compared to 2012 from all our key markets, and even markets lagging the Dutch report have improved dramatically!
For many of us that are living on the island of Kos we are hugely grateful for the work, support, courage, friendship, charity and commitment of other’s and feel that it is well worth giving the people that deserve a mention a ‘pat on the back’ a gold star – or whatever you wish to call it…but let’s let them know that they are appreciated and have been noted for their contribution to this island!
For many of our readers who have got to ‘know’ Carol through her blogs (which let us in to her life and her feelings) last year, you will be pleased to know that although Carol is no longer living on the island…her memory goes on!!!
We are delighted that Carol Jerram is one of the nominees noted for her contribution to the island by the local Greek newspaper.