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John D Wood's information follows belowJohn D Wood likes wine, world affairs, finance, beer, off-shoring (the process of moving a business to a foreign country), sitting by the river and hanging-out with friends. His proudest accomplishments to date are: building up an international property empire in London, Caymen Islands and around the world, photography, teaching people how to Ski and PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors) Diving qualification.
Property Consultant and Letting Agent is his current job. He moves a lot between Caymen Islands (he is also an offshoring expert), Ramsgate, Whitstable, Sittingbourne, Faversham, London (also known as "The Big Smoke"), Birtchington, Canterbury (famous for the Canterbury Tales and cathedral) and Broadstairs (famous for Bleak House and Viking Bay). These towns are in the county of Kent (England) which is known as the "Garden of England" because of all all the farms, orchards and beautiful countryside. Kent is also the gateway to Europe as the high-speed train follows that path to France via Dover and the channel tunnel - it was this train that was featured on the movie: "Mission:Impossible" staring Tom Cruise.
He often gets confused with the late actor John Wood who played Professor Steven Flacon in the 1983 movie "War Games".