We have several varieties of microfiber and love them all. The best deal, though, was when I found two "Doggie" microfiber towels on sierratradingpostonline.com! They are definitely larger (as Donna mentioned) and work great. Pete gets the red doggie towels, I use the others.
I also found the coolest little clothesline; can't remember where, but it is a Rick Steves travel line. It has velcro ends for fastening anywhere (I stretch it across our bed in our 19ft., looped around the cabinet handles, while we are traveling) and the main portion is stretchy braid. No clothes pins needed. You just stretch the braided portions and insert the corner of whatever you are drying. Hard to picture, but 'Google' Rick Steves clothesline and you will see some photos.
Microfiber is great; light weight and dries quickly. We don't like microfiber as wash cloths, however, just for towels for us and in the kitchen; microfiber is great for kitchen wash cloths.
Here is a link to a microfiber towel on Amazon for $26.99/free shipping: http://www.amazon.com/mn/search/?key...qid=1321166784
Here is another one (both are Aquis Towels, 29"X55") for $20.97. http://www.amazon.com/Aquis-Microfib...167117&sr=8-32
and one more Aquis on Amazon for $24.75. http://www.amazon.com/Aquis-Adventur.../dp/B000AMBF2A
I believe all are free shipping with $25 purchase. Not sure if that works for shipping to Canada.