Contest 12: Mystery Isle

Name this island:

Deadline for Contest 12 entries is Monday, Dec. 27, at 10 a.m. Send entries by e-mail (travel@washpost.com; put the words "Extreme Travel Trivia" in the subject field), fax (202-334-1069) or U.S. mail (Extreme Travel Trivia, Washington Post Travel section, 1150 15th St. NW, Washington, D.C. 20071). Winners, chosen at random from among all correct entries, receive a Travel section mug. One entry per person per contest. Employees of The Washington Post are ineligible to win prizes. Entries become property of The Washington Post, which may edit, publish, distribute and republish the information in any form, including paper and electronic media.

Results from Contest 10: sister act

In Contest 10, we invited you to pair any two cities that would go well together, and explain why they'd make such a fitting duo. You gotta love the reader who breaks the rules, like Inger Pettygrove of Charlottesville, who got a little carried away and matched a suburb of Liverpool with cities in Germany, Oklahoma and Australia to create the site of the next Crosby, Stilis, Nash and Young concert tour.

But adhering to the two-city specs, we chose as our second runner-up Ken Weiss of Washington, who paired a city in northeast Massachusetts with one in northeast China to produce the bountiful, jolly and altogether seasonally appropriate Rowley Poli.

First runner-up: Jonathan Paul of Garrett Park, Md., who suggests "teaming the bounty of America's heartland with the gastronomy of Provence to produce the mouth-watering duo Hammond-Aix."

And the Travel victory mug goes to Webhead Kate Curtis of Kensington, who paired a small town in British Columbia with a large city in Iran to create the future global headquarters for Internet commerce: Dot Qom.

Next Week: Winner from Contest 11, Sound-Bite History