Contest 14: Travel Agent to the Stars

Our NASA sources confirm that 50 years from now, on Jan. 2, 2050, Martian tourists will land on Earth. The Extreme Travelistas have been contracted to plan their itinerary for their maiden visit. Your job is to come up with the best single example of each type of earthly feature listed below. We will tally your votes to create the Extreme Earth Tour Itinerary. We can't tell you how we're choosing the winner of our galactically coveted Travel mug -- you gotta trust us on this -- but please explain, very briefly, why you picked each site you put on the list. Only one site per category, please! We will publish the complete itinerary, for all Earthlings and Martians to see, in a future issue.

1. mountain

2. body of water

3. city

4. scenic vista

5. natural wonder

Deadline for Contest 14 entries is Friday, Jan. 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 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 12: mystery isleIn Contest 12, we invited you to name the island depicted at right. Congratulations to our winner, Isa N. Engleberg of Port Republic, Md., who correctly identified it as Tasmania, adding that it's "a wondrous island worth multiple visits."

Next Week: Winner from Contest 13, Millionerd Santa