After the 77th F.I.C.C. Rally in Prague, 81 units from Australia, Great Britain, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain and Poland met again at the Post F.I.C.C. Rally, which took place from 14th to 17th August in Miłków, in southwestern Poland, near the Karkonosze Mountains.
The Rally was organized under the auspices of F.I.C.C. by Polska Federacja Campingu i Caravaningu (PFCC) on the campsite no. 142. in Miłków, the best Polish campsite in 2010.
During the Rally opening ceremony the participants were welcomed by Michał Szeftel, the president of PFCC and by Jacek Włodyga, the head of the Jelenia Góra district. After the official opening, the campsite's owners Katarzyna and Krzysztof Wi¶niewski welcomed all Rally participants with a glass of champagne and delicious cake.
The participants had the opportunity to get to know the Lower Silesia region and its tourist attractions. On the first day of the Rally the participants went for a walking tour in the nearest neighbourhood of the Rally site - to the small but old town of Miłków. Two days later they took part in the coach tour and visited the town of Jelenia Góra and some of the Lower Silesian castles and palaces.
During the Rally, participants took part in sports competition for families and could swim in the campsite's swimming pool. They had the chance to taste traditional Polish food and to listen to live regional music at the regional evening which took place on 15th August. After the regional evening another performance took place - one of the British participants, John McEvoy, was singing and playing the guitar and encouraged the others to sing and dance.
All units received presents and maps and brochures about Poland and the region. There were also special gifts for all children and diplomas for the winners of the sports competition.
The Rally was very well organized and was a successful one. The owners of the campsite and the Rally participants managed to create a good and friendly atmosphere. All participants had a very good time.
PFCC hopes that they will have good memories from this Rally and that they will return to Poland in 2013 for the 79th F.I.C.C. Rally in Sława.