I loved Myvatn from the first day I saw it, but after a few days staying there, I could not wait to look around in the north-eastern part of the country. My eagerness does not always give the best advice, as was in this case, because some of the roads I wanted to take were still closed after winter, so my possibilities became rather limited on this trip.
Anyway, I could visit a seabird cliff that was actually a torture for our car to get close to (most roads are not designed for a 2WD in Iceland), but it was worth it.
A lovely northern gannet colony, puffins, razorbills, guillemots and kittiwakes that were breeding on the steep cliffs of the northeast coast.
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