So if you understand there's a dislike with sharing places how did you think that saying you want to learn locations so you can blog about them and other people can visit them will make anyone want to take you anywhere?
Urbex isn't a tourism activity. While most aspects of urbex remain technically illegal in the eyes of the law it will never be a tourism activity or indeed accepted socially. This creates a veil of secrecy.
Personally, having been here a while, one sees a lot of 'casuals'. One trippers.
I once had an ex of mine say "I think you loved the idea of me rather than actually loving me."
I think the same is somewhat true with urbex and this scene in general. A lot of people love the idea of it but in reality they'll do 1 or 2 things and then disappear into obscurity. I feel strongly about this being a love of sorts. A passion. Some explores are better than others but there's always some unspoken thing to be had from the next. It's about the unknown. Seeing things most people could never quite fathom.
To go back to my former point on the legalities pretty much sums up why spots are kept lowkey for the most part. Look at all the easy spots you can find online. They're thrashed. Just shells. Because not everyone is here just to see. Graffiti, if done well, has a time and a place. Mindless vandalism such as breaking, burning etc does not. Unfortunately there are those that wont respect that. Now I'm not saying that is you. I'm saying that's simply how it is. Anyone that has been here a while will tell you something along the same lines.
Let's just say right now you're a child pretty much. School really isn't a chore. It might feel like it but trust me when you get older you'll wish you were back in the easy environment school offered. You've got a lot of time on your hands to focus on other things. Urbex may or may not be a passing fad. Only time will tell that much. I've seen a lot of people come. And I've seen a lot of people go.
Urbex is a nothing to most people. Stay long enough and you'll see it's a big family of like minded people. I personally have not seen eye to eye with many of them but I find solace in the fact we share this world which most will never see. At the end of the day I could put everything aside to go on a new explore with anyone. To enjoy that feeling which usurps personal disagreements.
If I could give one passing piece of advice it would be;
Life is about the people. It's as much about what you know as who you know.
Wander often. Wonder always.