I only travel with a few pairs of boxer shorts and socks so washing every couple of days in a necessity.
So how do you get things dry?
Here is what I do.
After washing and wringing out the items I lay them out on a bath towel.
Generally I aim to cover about half the towel.
Fold the remaining half over the clothes.
Then fold the middle over again.
Roll the towel tightly from the edge.
Leave for a couple of minutes.
The clothes won’t be absolutely dry, but no more than a bit damp.
Hang them up overnight and they should be dry by the morning.
My friends know I can’t resist buying loud shirts when I am travelling. . . . . but wonder how I find room in my luggage to bring them back.
Well I work on the principle of throwing things away as I travel.
When I notice a pair of socks gets a small hole in them; like this example they go in my travel box.
They can get the last wear the next time I am away and then its in the bin.
The same applies to worn underpants and stained, or slightly torn T shirts.
On a typical holiday i would probably throw away 4-5 old and worn items of clothes, . . . which means there is room in my bags for a couple of shirts.