Manfred Manera

How to travel India by steamboat

It’s the most peaceful way to get around

  • From Spectator Life

‘The road to hell is paved with good intentions’. Nowhere is this so true as in the streets of Calcutta, departing point of our cruise. The legacy of Mother Teresa has placed a stigma on the ancient capital of the British Raj, now forever considered a city of the dying and destitute.

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