Correct spelling


Correct spelling, explanation: nouns ending with consonant y have two ways of creating plural form: if there is a consonant before y it transforms to ie (for example flyflies); if there is a vowel before y we add s to the end of the word, just as in regular nouns (for example boyboys or journeyjourneys). This is why the correct plural form of journey is journeys, not journies.

Definition of journeys:
noun, plural form of journey, travel from one place to another, usually, in a touristic manner
I love journeys, especially to distant and wild places.
Journeys don’t have to be expensive, you just have to plan them well.

Incorrect spelling


Incorrect spelling, explanation: this spelling is a mistake since its irregular way of creating plural form, while the word journey has a regular plural form: journeys. When we want to make a plural form from a noun ending with y proceeded by a vowel we use a regular s. In the case of a consonant before the final y we have an irregular ies form (for example dutyduties). Therefore journies is an incorrect spelling and the correct one is journeys.