Journey: generally used for one piece of traveling. For example, 'The train journey took four hours.' Journey can also be used in the sense of the direction of your life. For example, 'It's not about the destination. It's the journey there.' It can also be used as a verb. For example, 'He journeyed to the top of the mountain.'
Travel: just indicates going from one place to another. For example, 'My sister really loves to travel.' Travel, as an noun, can be used to describe the act of traveling. For example, 'Safe travels'
Trip: has the connotations of going somewhere and coming back. For example, 'We went on a week trip to Ireland.'
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