Josh studied Journalism and Media and Cultural Studies at the University of the West of England, graduating in the summer of 2014. His love of writing and all things journalism started long before he studied at university, though. Josh has had a passion for writing and the English language for as long as he can remember. That passion has led him to the career he has now, writing about everything from video games to traveling to technology. In his spare time, he likes to watch wrestling and play soccer, and if you want to keep up with all his goings on as well as check out all of his work be sure to follow him on Twitter @BristolBeadz.
Articles by Josh Coulson
Volvo has shared its vision for the future with the rest of the world, and it involves us possibly taking a nap while our cars drive themselves.
Delta Airlines has equipped its 600th aircraft with seatback screens which means it now has them on more aircraft than any other airline in the world.
Singapore Airlines is about to relaunch the world's longest flight and it's taking passenger comfort and wellbeing extremely seriously.
There are thousands of places to stay around the world courtesy of AirBnB, and these are the ten spots the site considers to be the absolute best.
Craft beer is well and truly a fad that seems to have appeared almost out of nowhere. There was a time not so long ago when you would enter a bar and the choice of ales and lagers were slim. There was...
Seeing and visiting the places we know from television shows and movies can be quite a surreal experience. Going past the apartment block that was used for the external establishing shots in Friends o...
Holidays are supposed to be a relaxing time. Traveling somewhere away from home and work for a few days where you can just forget about everything that troubles you and stresses you out day-to-day. If...
Temperatures have been sky-rocketing in various places around the world for the past couple of months, perhaps most significantly in the United Kingdom. British people reading this will be all too fam...
Some new restaurants in Singapore have earned themselves Michelin stars this year, but the country can no longer boast a three-star establishment.
Passengers were recently horrified to discover bed bugs on their seats during an Air India flight from Mumbai to New York.
The chief executive in charge of Heathrow airport believes passengers from countries outside of Europe should be allowed to use the e-gates.
Marriott recently offered new members a free night at its hotels after two stays and it seems as if that offer has now returned.
Emirates is in the process of building and filling the biggest vertical farm in the world which will grow food for its in-flight meals.
If you're traveling to Paris this summer then make sure you're on the look out for a group of thieves dubbed "hotel rats".
An extensive study has discovered where in the US fast food restaurants are most present, breaking the info down into states, regions, and cities.
There's a new travel site called Transfer Travel, and it has been aptly dubbed the eBay of unused holidays.