Corina Manea
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Corina Manea is a Madrid based PR professional with more than 10 years experience in banking and public relations. She reads, she blogs about PR and traveling, she loved pets, especially her German Shepperd - Rex. You can read her on her blog Nuts About PR, on Everything PR, follow her on Twitter or just send her an email at corina (dot) manea (at) gmail (dot) com.

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Cretans Greet Fall with Tsikoudia Festival

Last weekend the final two races of the Cretan Union Cup Regatta took place off Agios Nikolaos – the first event of this kind celebrating 100 years of Crete Island union with mainland Greece and to honor the Cretan culture.

Cretans have a lot history and modern-day culture to be proud of and, once…


Posted on October 23, 2013 at 12:16pm — 2 Comments

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At 3:01pm on October 29, 2013, Nicholas Kontis said…

Buenos Dias, Corina,

By chance would you like for a few more eyes on your Crete piece here. Have a look at my site. I could add it to

where there are 2500 travel pieces, many of my travels and mostly guest posts and from other web sites and media outlets...

gracias por todo,


At 1:16pm on October 12, 2013, said…

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