Back to the „old world“ again. Tourists and refugees are connected by the shape of their movements and the temporary character of their stops. Only the flow of their direction is usually opposing. In the Mediterranean region, tourists move southwards, toward the sun. Refugees and migrants move north toward politically and economically more stable regions. Official media usually depict tourists as a welcome economic factor, while a large influx of immigrants is depicted as posing a fundamental danger to economic prosperity. Both can be seen as other than economic factors, and both can be subject to completely different evaluations, as can be seen in this unofficial medium; a tag in central Thessaloniki.