Niagara Hotel and Resort
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNiagara Hotel and Resort Parapat
Hotel located on hill top, able to view Lake Toba and surrounding area. Stayed in Annex building therefore does not have view to the poolside. In general facilities are OK
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... feeling a bit nervous to be on a bike. The first 30 minutes were cold and a bit wet, but by the time we had made it to our first stop on the loop the rain had stopped and then sun was poking through…maybe our day wasn’t going to be so bad after all.
Our first stop was to see the stone carvings and the round table and chairs. Being addicted to the Game of Thrones at the moment I giggled thinking to myself this was my very own mini set ...
... a ferry across the lake to get to Tuk Tuk and about 3km from the port we got word that the next ferry was leaving in 7 minutes. Despite a valiant town-centre sprint finish, we arrived just in time to see the ferry leaving, so with the next ferry in an hour there was only one thing to do. Have a cold beer. Rest day has been great. Took advantage of ridiculously cheap massages to work some knots and kinks out. Had lunch in a restaurant where the owner was seeing if we ...
... least for a certain part of the ride. Together with all Chinese people we were pushing each other in front of the gate for maybe 20 minutes. Once the gate was opened the entire space became a cruel battle field. While I was carrying all our bags, Gonzalo sneaked in the area behind the fence and started to run towards the platform. I followed him but after a while we realized there was nobody faster than us so we slowed down and got on the train calmly. Once we were inside of the ...
One thing to know about Sumatra is that traveling is slow. One of the worst places I've experienced for road travel. The roads are full of holes, sinuous, and too busy for their size. The buses are old and the drivers take too many risks trying to save time. So it took a bus back to Medan for perhaps 3 hours from Bukit Lawang, then another bus to Parapat which we reached at night, too late ...
... time, and nearly an hour since we boarded we are back where we started, we are relieved we left today not tomorrow; we would have been wetting ourselves by now.
Finally, the captain decides he has enough passengers to at least cover the cost of the fuel, and we head for Parapat. We dock at about 12:15, and Adam and Laura immediately get tickets for a shared taxi which should leave for Medan in a few minutes. So big hugs all round, and promises ...