A photograph published on the front page of the New York Times on May 25, 2016, and many other media outlets, showing Syrian refugee Nidhal Al Harfoush, 36, and his two daughters Ghadeer, 7, and Gharam, 6, carrying their belongings as they walked towards Greek policemen, during the evacuation of the makeshift camp in Idomeni, is the starting point of this story. This picture gave the a opportunity to the family to find a home in Nea Karvali, a town close to the city of Kavala. Α Spanish volunteer, who had met the father and daughters during their days in Idomeni, recognised them and after a short inquiry about their transference conditions, he had eventually managed to find them a home, through the Spanish NGO “Himaya.” On November 22, 2015, wife of Nidhal, Wafaa, left Syria and after a long journey managed to reach Germany. Today, Nidhal, Ghadeer and Gharam live along with other three Syrians and a newborn child at a house rented by “Himaya”. The neighbours are friendly towards them and the girls take walks and play at the swings around the house. Their father tries to fill the void of their mother’s absence. He takes them to the park, plays with them, bathes them, puts them to bed. In the evening he exchanges messages with his wife hoping they will reunite quickly. He misses her a lot and the girls keep asking about their mother. But time passes slowly. Nidhal will have his first interview for asylum in Greece in February 2017 and then he will have to wait to be relocated.