The crossing is an absolute dog. Full of people with carts but relatively easy. You'll have to leave your bike and gear unattended for some time although I paid a guy 50B to look after it for me. Took me roughly 45mins to get out of Thailand alone... Cambodian immigration is easy but customs is a little harder. You must ride through the round-about and it's on your left. You'll have to go upstairs and talk to the "Deputy Chief". This guy's an old bastard, very rude, unhelpful and apparently can't be bribed. He insisted on having a Carnet form for my bike. I'd never heard of this before (amateur) and said I couldn't get it for my Thai registered bike. He continued to watch the TV while I sat there staring at him for 5 minutes. The bloke wouldn't budge without one, so here I am in Phonm Penh with an illegal-alien-motorbike. Bugger 'em. I'll write another report on how successful I am in riding through customs but I don't think it'll be a problem. The place is bedlam! ROAD There's one double lane highway the whole distance to the city. It's only been paved just recently and is a pleasure to ride on. The traffic isn't too bad but the ride is very flat and boring..