Cristina Onoiu

Cristina Onoiu

Cristina Onoiu
Mai multe idei de la Cristina
Beautiful Fairy Tale Architecture From Norway. These places seem so cool to go to

Beautiful Fairy Tale Architecture From Norway. These places seem so cool to go to

Stone animals such as the 15ft elephant on the route to Sras Damrei, Cambodia

Stone animals such as the 15ft elephant on the route to Sras Damrei, Cambodia

exPress-o: The Floating Market In Thailand

exPress-o: The Floating Market In Thailand

101 Most Beautiful Places To Visit Before You Die! (Part V) - Page 70 of 102 - 99TravelTips

101 Most Beautiful Places To Visit Before You Die! (Part V) - Page 70 of 102 - 99TravelTips

Cave of Melody, Scotland

Cave of Melody, Scotland

Bucket List ALERT!!! MUST go to Pebble Shore Lake in Glacier National Park, Montana...oh my goodness, that's gorgeous!!!

Bucket List ALERT!!! MUST go to Pebble Shore Lake in Glacier National Park, Montana...oh my goodness, that's gorgeous!!!

The Fairy Pools in Scotland. I would LOVE to visit here!

The Fairy Pools in Scotland. I would LOVE to visit here!

I'll keep this hotel in mind. Marriott Hotel - Maui.,  the # best holiday destinations

I'll keep this hotel in mind. Marriott Hotel - Maui., the # best holiday destinations

lluminated Caves, Okinawa, Japan

lluminated Caves, Okinawa, Japan

Kelpie - A shape-shifting water fey in Scottish mythology, capable of appearing as a horse or a humanoid.  Often mistakenly thought to haunt lochs, Kelpies are actually traditionally supposed to be denizens of natural lakes and rivers.  They are dangerous.  Folktales tell of them appearing as beautiful horses wandering shores, seeming to invite people-- especially children-- to ride them.  Once a person climbs onto its back, a Kelpie will plunge into to water and drowns its prey.

Kelpie - A shape-shifting water fey in Scottish mythology, capable of appearing as a horse or a humanoid. Often mistakenly thought to haunt lochs, Kelpies are actually traditionally supposed to be denizens of natural lakes and rivers. They are dangerous. Folktales tell of them appearing as beautiful horses wandering shores, seeming to invite people-- especially children-- to ride them. Once a person climbs onto its back, a Kelpie will plunge into to water and drowns its prey.