"I first met Moufid in the summer, when I wrote about the unusual case of this Syrian refugee," writes Athens bureau chief Odile Duperry. "Moufid is not what you would call a stereotypical refugee. Despite the enormous obstacles in his way, the dapper gentleman who used to run several restaurants in Aleppo managed to get asylum in Greece in just three months. This opened the way for him to travel where he had wanted to go all along -- Germany, where he lived as a young man and where two of his brothers and one daughter live today. Though once he got there, he was no longer sure he would stick with that plan. He may now opt for Plan B -- staying in Greece."