I was only in Cambodia for a matter of hours. My mission was to see Ankor Wat and Ankor Thom then head back to Bangkok. Siem Reap, Cambodia to be more specific; I arranged an awesome Tuk Tuk driver and with an overly affordable place to stay. While there is a hustle and bustle about Siem Reap there didn’t seem to be a huge compressed population. There were plenty of people around but there wasn’t anything that I would call a crowd. Most of the streets are dirt which made for a bumpy ride but I’m into off roading so it was a fantastic ride if you ask me. In Cambodia, US Dollars are happily accepted anywhere but you have to make sure they are pristine. No ripped, hard creased or worn out US bills will be accepted by any street vendor or store in Cambodia. Likewise don’t accept any bills that are torn or worn out because no one will accept them from you. All the street vendors I met were welcoming, I even traded one a beer for some BBQ meat and asian slaw. It was a good trade.