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Natalie Lane (Awstralia)

Roeddwn eisiau ysgrifennu a mynegi fy ngwerthfawrogiad diffuant am y croeso cynnes a’r amser a gefais yng Ngŵyl Gorawl Gogledd Cymru’n ddiweddar (6-8 Tachwedd). Cysylltais â David Hudson a oedd yn garedig a llawn cymorth gyda fy ymholiadau a fy ngwaith cynllunio ac yna, ar ôl cyrraedd, roedd aelodau eraill eich staff, Rachel Gill, Natalie a Nicki, hefyd yn hynod groesawgar ac yn hael â’u hamser, gan fy nghyflwyno i bobl eraill, gwneud i mi deimlo’n gyfforddus a fy nghynnwys - roeddwn yn ddiolchgar iawn am y rhodd annisgwyl hwn o gael amser gan bawb yn ystod digwyddiad prysur iawn.

Cefais amser gwych yng nghystadlaethau a chyngerdd yr Ŵyl - roedd Dilwyn yn gyflwynydd doniol a gwnaed i mi deimlo bod croeso mawr i mi yn y digwyddiad, gyda’r perfformwyr eraill ac aelodau o’r gynulleidfa’n dod ataf i ddweud helo a fy nghroesawu i Gymru! Roedd yn bleser cyfarfod a siarad gyda’r Aelod Cyngor lleol Graham Rees a’i wraig hyfryd, Jill, a oedd hefyd yn garedig iawn i mi. Am gymuned hyfryd o bobl sydd gennych chi. A dweud y gwir, roedd Gogledd Cymru yn gwbl agored a hael a llawn cymorth ym mhob man.

Treuliais fwyafrif fy nghyfnod ym Metws-y-Coed ac nid wyf wedi llwyddo i ddisgrifio harddwch anhygoel a syfrdanol yr ardal i fy nghyfeillion gartref. Rwy’n eithaf emosiynol wrth geisio meddwl am y geiriau cywir i ddisgrifio pa mor hyfryd yw Gogledd Cymru – pob ffordd yn bleser i yrru arni, pob bryn a mynydd yn ddarlun oddi ar gerdyn post, pob diwrnod glawog yr un mor hyfryd â diwrnod braf; pob taith trwy goedwig yn llawn antur. Roedd pob cynorthwyydd siop, dieithryn ar y stryd, staff gwybodaeth i dwristiaid a llyfrgelloedd, tocynwyr trên - pawb y siaradais â nhw yn hynod glên.

Diolch yn fawr iawn i chi am eich gofal a'ch haelioni yn ystod fy mhresenoldeb yn yr Ŵyl. Rwyf mor falch fy mod wedi teithio i Ogledd Cymru ar ei chyfer, gan wireddu fy mreuddwyd o ymweld â’ch gwlad hardd, ond nid yn unig hynny, cefais wireddu fy mreuddwyd o glywed dynion o Gymru’n canu! Uchafbwynt arall yr ŵyl i mi oedd cystadleuaeth siop barbwr i ferched – anhygoel! Roedd cael y perfformwyr yn yr awditoriwm yn annog sgwrsio a chystadleuaeth a oedd yn hyfryd, ac roedd y canu digymell rhwng y cystadlaethau gan nifer o'r perfformwyr hefyd yn brofiad gwych - gallwn fynd ymlaen ac ymlaen, mae gennyf gymaint o atgofion gwych!

Diolch i chi gyd unwaith eto am fod yn gymaint o nodwedd arbennig yn fy nhaith i'ch ardal hyfryd o Gymru yn ddiweddar. Rydych yn lwcus iawn i gael byw, gweithio a chwarae mewn lleoliad mor arbennig. Gobeithiaf y gallaf ddychwelyd eto, os bydd amgylchiadau’n caniatáu!

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