How many clothes do you bring in your travel ?
How do you undertake the problems of the dirty clothes in your travel ?
Either throw them away or mail them home! Over the course of the trip I usually end up with one suitcase of only dirty clothes. And it is never the one that gets lost!
Most hotels have washer and dryers, and if not, I pack/fold them in a plastic bag in my suitcase. I'm learning to pack lean.
It depends on how many days the travel would be...it's my habit to bring along a mini bottle( as mini as possible) of laundry detergent and I would wash those light and easily dry clothes, for those heavy like jeans I would prefer to pack them in the plastic bag provided...
For me it works best to bring as little clothes as possible. Maybe outfits for three days plus some clothing that fits different weather conditions (warm coat, umbrella, swimming suit). With this packing style the problem if dirty clothes resolves itself because you have to wash anyway when you pack so little. Great advantage: you travel light and you have fresh clothes every day
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