'Travel', 'Trip' and 'Journey' are three words my students often muddle up, which is not surprising since many languages have just one word to cover the concepts ('voyage' in French, for example). So why do we have to have three in English? Here's a great new lesson from Simple English Videos that explains how we use these words including the key meaning distinctions and grammar differences, along with lots of examples. You can also find the video on the Simple English Videos website, where there's a clickable transcript.
• Difference between TRAVEL, TRIP, and JOURNEY (Espresso English)
• Travel/journey/trip/expedition/safari/cruise/voyage (BBC Learning English)
• Travel, Trip, Journey, Tour, Voyage, Cruise, Crossing, Excursion, Expedition, Flight (MyEnglishTeacher.eu)