On April 10th Jakarta was still in morning reluctant due to the long weekend holiday after national elections. 4 Riders dispatched from Jakarta off to Ujung Kulon National Park. Laid across more than 250 km to the South West of Jakarta, the peninsula is home for endangered "One Honed Javanese Rhino". The cloudy day didn't feared the 4 riders to twist the throttle up west. Off Jakarta we entered the palm tree oil plantations in Jasinga. The road quite smooth, the scenery was good but the weather were not good enough. The track than changed into various type, from tarmac with potholes and stony bumpy road with sands. The light rain showered us near Pandeglang, but it wasn't a long heavy rain. Entering the main road after Pandeglang to Pagelaran the sun dries the rain out. Exhausted and suffering fat loss we were starving to death before encounter a nice food stall near Pagelaran. We took a break several minutes. Off from Pagelaran to Ujung Kulon we encountered couple gas station but they were out of service due to the lack of electricity. The electricity was down just couple minutes before we arrived. Shit happen! Running out of gases we rode with uncertain thought, wondering whether any gas station up ahead or not. But thanks God, just around Panimbang we met a bulk of local villagers with many kind of vehicles queuing in medium sized gas station. Having no other option we took the queue line. I guess this is what local government should give more attention, quoting to the locals, they have experience it well and now get use to it because it happens many times and there were nothing they can do about it. Sigh, I think, the place is not too far from Jakarta, the capital of the country. But seems to me they were a little bit neglected.