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 Subject: Worktrotter Guide to DK highly recommended... 26/09/09, 19:45 
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I got the Worktrotter Guide (German version)in May, about 3 months after I moved to Denmark and was immediately excited: While reading I found myself again and again nodding in agreement because I saw my own experiences reflected. But more important: I got a lot of information on DK and the Danes that was new and very useful to me! The book is well written and well organised (an index would be a little extra plus for a revision, but the existing "table of context" is already very comprehensive and helpful). All the practical information (addresses, websites etc.) included is concise and accurate.
The Worktrotter Guide is highly recommended to all internationals who plan to or already live in Denmark! :)

Thank you Dagmar!
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