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Episode 11 outtake: Minor setback at the Pinnacles Desert near Cervantes in WA.

Image gallery from episode 11: From Geraldton, via the Pinnacles desert, to Somerville ecovillage.

Ep. 11: On our journey south in Western Australia, we realise the global financial crisis had a great impact on some people in the area.

I have finally officially ‘landed’ from the LA trip. The site is finally back up again too, after being hacked. More inside.

The Inland Sea has just set up stand at LA Web Fest. Ready for a big weekend!

Monday night at the Hotel Hollywood, The Inland Sea is featured on the iTunesU front page, and we’re in work mode after a quick sightseeing ‘round the block.

The Inland Sea is part of the official selection for HollyWeb Festival and LA Web Fest, this weekend and the next.

Images from the Principality of Hutt River.

Ep. 10: Since April 1970, Prince Leonard I has claimed the Hutt River Province a sovereign nation.

Preview: In next week’s episode we visit Prince Leonard and the Hutt River Province, who seceded from Australia in 1970.

Ep. 9: Port Hedland may not be the most scenic of towns, but its beaches still offer a natural spectacle.

Preview: Coming up in this week’s episode: We observe Flatback sea turtles nesting on Port Hedland’s Cemetery Beach.

Ep. 8: A 2000 km drive in three days before we farewelled the old year from the camel’s back and went looking for dinosaurs.

Just a few “holiday” snaps :)

Ep. 7: If Rudolph were here, he would have been eaten by now.

The odyssey entering into the sub-tropics en route to episode 7.

Check out these images from episode 6 of The Inland Sea.

Ep. 6: Alien spacecrafts! Abductions! Government conspiracies! …and a powered campsite for the night, thank you!

Ep. 5: One night at our caravan park in Alice Springs we ran into an unwelcome stanger…

Ep. 4: After a quick stop at Australia’s most famous landmark, Uluru, we head to Alice Springs in search for 87-year-old outback pioneer Molly Clark.