In recent month’s I have become disheartened with many things in my life and what’s going on in the world. Pulling me into a shitty downward spiral where I have struggled to see the great things in life. I get so frustrated with corruption, scum bag politicians, and royals that it has drained me this…Details
Action, that is what is needed. It’s a funny old world. Only a day has passed and already, people are kinda getting over the whole Trump as president fiasco. Apart from all the millennials protesting right now. When I say getting over. I mean accepting it, people can only cry and vent their anger for…Details
Derek whats wrong with your face? Is that a rash? Have you had an accident? Are you allergic to something? Have you been in the sun too long? I’ve had all the questions you can imagine, some curious, some very insulting, and some so stupid, I feel like giving them a smack in their face!…Details
The time and miles i’ve spent on Vietnams roads, I have plenty of experience driving a motorbike here. For me it’s not just fucking wild, but enjoyable, mainly down to the fact that the traffic just moves. A video posted by Derek Cowan (@entrepreneuroaj) on Oct 5, 2016 at 10:37pm PDT Organised Chaos This is the best…Details
When I travelled from Halong Bay in the north of Vietnam to Saigon in the south last year. It was a magical journey, one that opened my eyes to the beauty that surrounds us.
My friend was in town, and I thought it would be nice to go on a tour around the city, the city i’ve been living in for the last 5 months.
So it’s that time of year when Apple decides to blow your socks off with yet another futuristic do dah that not only rapes your wallet of your hard earned money, but changes the very way we use tech and live our lives. It’s mental people all over the world right now are getting so…Details
Yesterday I had the pleasure speaking to my friend John Saboe. John is a Canadian broadcaster, based in Taipei who I met in Kathmandu in November last year. Our paths crossed via Periscope and after chatting with John, I realised he’d been to Nepal many times and had an unbelievable knowledge of this beautiful country.…Details