However, economic struggles or not, there was a great turn out in Pyli on Sunday. People lined the streets, and filled the square, eating loukoumades (delicious doughy balls dripping in syrup & honey, sprinkled with cinnamon), cheese pies, traditional Greek biscuits that were given freely by one of the local bakeries, and the smell of pork souvlaki (kebabs), and spicy sausages filled the air, as well as Waka, Waka…..Shakira!
It has been reported that a 53 old man was arrested by Police in Antimachia over the theft of a motorcycle vehicle, which was apparently stolen in the Kardamena region.
Having heard time and time again how in general, people of Kos were so disappointed during the Christmas celebration period, with the lack of atmosphere, organisation and effort from the Local Council in Kos (due to changes in office and funding).
A report was given to the police station that valuable coin jewelery was stolen from a home in Zipari.
It has been reported that two young school children were injured yesterday, they were on a motorcycle aged 14 and 15 years only. They crashed/collided with a car.
The Mayor has made the decision to allow the Theatrical groups of Kos to use the old slaughter house
The carnival has arrived!! The fun begins! Young and old put on your costumes and come to Pyli, Sunday
With the economic crisis hanging over our heads like a storm cloud, there is a large ray of sunshine starting to shine through… Just over Kos island.
As part of the carnival events, the Cultural Center of Kos are planning a Halloween Parade on Saturday