For day 3 we traveled around the southern part of Okinawa. The first stop was Seifa-utaki which is a shrine with a very interesting natural rock structure. After that we went to Gyokusendo, also known as Okinawa World. There we explored the cave, actually like before explore would not be the correct word, more like walked the artificiall well lit path through the cave. There were other things to see as well like a fruit tree field, glass blowing, crafts and so on. After a lunch of Okinawa Soba we went to Peace Memorial Park. We walked through the park and looked at all the memorials, and there were a lot (1 from every prefecture), hopped another roped off pathway to another section, and timed how many seconds it would take to hit the ocean if one jumped off the cliff (3 seconds). We also stopped at the Himeyuri memorial, famous for where over 100 high school girls working as nurses for the Japanese army were either killed or committed suicide due to propaganda that the American army will torture and rape them. Lastly we went back to Kokusai street for a dinner of traditional Okinawaｎ food and live music.