Travel poses a series of questions to the existence of the body in space and to the reality of time and distance. It asks the mind to understand different realities, store them as memories and user them in the future as subconscious knowledge and intuitive means of reasoning, creating and thinking.
"I do not write because I think. I think because I write."
"I do not draw because I think. I think because I draw."
In both instances, a search through words, lines, shapes, etc., results in an accumulation of process and creation. Writing an essay on an experience should reflect an introspection, a digression, a revelation. A narrative reveals a diary-like approach to recalling the events of a period of time. By looking into these narratives, you may extract words that might develop your subconscious ideas of the place. Why did you keep writing "hidden?" Why did you keep talking abou t the group? Whey did you use the word "transparent?" How does writing itself create an idea that might evolve into a written work?