Pete, please see if you can find that address. My possible school trip has mixed blessings of seeing the high school kids learning an interesting body of knowledge from a good teacher (and being rear guard on the journeys) but we are confined to a schedule. We do go to Cuzco. The only other school trip that I did was Spain a year ago. We saw the typical Flamenco show in a theater that couldn't have changed in past 50 years but we also went to a gypsy presentation of a Flamenco presentation in a cave that was a sort of very small narrow club the night before. This was an unplanned option organized one afternoon. The presenters were one family from grandmother down to two of the younger girls who appeared to soon becoming part of the family. That was special. I did find authentic Flamenco recordings. Re: Cuzco. I'll find the time if you find the place. Now I'm off to learn more about Quecha and quenas.