With a lot of objectivity and without any existence of Sonic and Sega, or their related levels, there is the results I found all over the Internet, all over the world:
Extract "Faliraki Rhodes Hotels Uncovere":
(Faliraki is a city near the bay of Kallithea in Rhodes, Greece)
"(...) the pool is of a average size next to a hill of dust and cactus with excellent views of the building sites. the bar was a hot and dusty little hut with a tv you couldnt watch as the owners sons sat all day with there hands on the remote. it is also VERY EXPENSIVE. A bag of crisps and a can of coke costing 3E 50C/£3. it also took 4 days and a complaint for us to get our linen changed and bin emptied. (yes the toilet bin) it not nice at all. there are also resident chickens living in the small garden. good alarm clocks if you get up at 6am.
we found the staff to be loud and unhelpfull. (...)"
Extract from Peace Corp Online-December 1st:
"(...) My forehead resting on the window glass, I try to concentrate on the paper-thin moon following me out of Kerak and the mysterious black cloud resting next to it. A moving figure in blue holds a child’s hand; they’re looking toward bundles of Bedouin tents settled in a sea of sand. Scenery changes so quickly here, from the smallest concrete home on a hill of dust to rows of olive trees surrounding a grandiose mansion. Should I absorb everything I can, watching each object that passes by the car window, since it’s probably the last time I will ever see it? Or should I close my eyes, pretend this isn’t real, and try to focus on still being in Jordan? (...) "
Extract of an article, The Examiner-World tour-13:
"(...) Hundreds of rescuers worked night and day, digging away the hill of dust and shards by the clattering bucketful rather than move in heavy machinery where there might be victims.
The six floor building collapsed early Thursday morning, trapping 70 to 75 people (...)"
Canyon Country, Adventure cyclists tame the 'beast' on White Rim Trail.
Read the full article here: http://www.coloradoa...ve/t011302.html
"(...) At the bottom we let out a sigh and continued riding. It would be our longest day and we needed to get to our campsite at Potato Bottom by dark. We passed one camping area and then later in the afternoon another. Then in front of us appeared our first uphill test. We named it the "hill of dust or sand". We ended up having to team up and push each rig together for much of this hill. It was tough going. At the top we were rewarded with a beautiful high traverse over to our camp area for the night. (...)"
Random images and photos, with their names:
Other links to some images:
Obviously, this proves absolutely nothing about the desert level, but now, you know what some others think about the words "Dust Hill"...
Another word: I found nothing about caves, BUT I read (In a French magazine) "travailler dans ces collines de poussière..." ("work in these dust hills...") talking about workers in a mine of Diamonds.
Make your opinion about this research, or try to find some others informations to post here...