We headed back towards the boat and Katy complained of a pain in her neck. I swam over becoming more and more concerned the longer she was face down.I reached for her leg and could immediately tell something was not right. I pulled the back of her life vest and lifted her head from the water.My son Leighton, wife Katy and I left around pm towards Paradise beach, renowned for the gaseous bubbles which rise through the water from deep within the seabed.Myself and Leighton swam through these magical bubbles and after a few minutes we were both joined by my wife, Katy.This was an amazing experience and left us in awe of the natural world.We proceeded further around the coast to see the Chapel on Kastri Island, and on towards the harbour where we dropped some broke pieces of bread in to the sea to attract the fish.
We dropped back in to the water and swam towards the shore and around a big chunk of rock which had fallen many years ago and created a peninsula type of formation.
It was shortly after this moment that our lives took a very different path to what we should have been on.
Her lips were blue, I shouted for help and the captain of the boat dived in.
He swam with Katy to the edge of the boat and I took Leighton back and got him on to the safety of the boat.
The resort was great, the weather was great and the people were great.We had reached our 2nd to last day and wanted to make some memories of our time in Kos so decided (as we often do) on a spur of the moment decision to book a trip on a boat around the coast.