As always, Amazon had the solution to my first world problem. After doing a search for “travel clothesline,” I stumbled across the KINGLAKE Clothesline and after comparing and reading the reviews of similar products, I ordered the KINGLAKE one along with couple of other travel accessories for the Peru trip. In Peru, we were able to do laundry at our hotel’s bathroom sink in Paracas and then setup my KINGLAKE Clothesline on the balcony to try our clothes. The built-in clothespin are coated in protective plastic and are loaded with heavy duty springs. The clothesline, which is made of bungee cord like material did not sag down to the ground even with the weight of three wet polo shirts.Now, the description for the KINGLAKE Clothesline says its “windproof” and this claim was put to the test when we first used it. Because our clothes had not dried overnight, we left everything as is on the balcony while we spent the day to go see the Nazca Lines and then go for a dune buggy ride on the sand dunes of Ica Peru. While we were away, there was a sand storm that blew through where our hotel is located in Paracas. Other than the clothes getting covered in sand, everything was exactly where we left them! Nothing flew away or came off the clothespin.
KINGLAKE Windproof Portable Travel Elastic Clothesline Adjustable Retractable Clothesline With 12 Pcs Clips in 2016 for my trip to Peru. After researching online trying to find out where we could do laundry during our two weeks traveling through Peru, it quickly became evident that the best solution would be to wash and dry our clothes ourselves. Unlike during our 2015 trip where we were able to do laundry twice: once in Paris and the other in Lucerne Switzerland, both times at a laundromat, I wasn’t able to find any definitive information regarding laundromats in Peru.I first bought my