} Despite the fact that Tokyo and the surrounding area can be lovely in
} the autumn, perhaps you're ready for a change of scenery.
} If you want someplace where you can just kick back and relax, it's hard
} to beat the Southwest Pacific. Bali might be a good choice - the
} weather is very similar to the Jurassic period when you were born, and
} the natives know how to keep a secret when a celebrity is in town. You
} could probably arrange a day trip to the Phillipines if you want to
} take a nice relaxing soak in a volcano, too. And Bali isn't that far
} away as Gamara flies - a bargain in terms of travel expenses.
} If excitement is what you're looking for, by all means Antarctica is
} THE place to be! Mountains to climb, ravines to hurdle - and it'll be
} springtime when you arrive, which means the glacier surfing will be
} tremendous! If you get a little homesick, there are plenty of
} scientists in isolated bases to terrorize. It'll be just like home, but
} without the noisy artillery!
} If nightlife is your thing, it's hard to beat Rio de Janeiro. The
} music, the women, the beaches, the wine, the WOMEN! In a land where the
} language has no word for "no," you'll find plenty of company! And
} maybe, just maybe, you can get a part as an extra in a music video.
} But let's face it - when it comes to rampaging, there's no place like
} home. Tokyo is the giant lizard's dream: cardboard buildings,
} ineffectual military, plenty of radioactive hotspots, sushi bars on
} every corner. That's why all the really BIG monsters go there. Granted,
} it gets a little crowded during the tourist season, but it's YOUR home
} turf, Big Guy! Mark that territory one more time - you'll be glad you
} You owe the Oracle snaps of your trip. But please be careful with the
} film this time - the last roll was fogged by radiation.