Erin Holland takes a rickshaw ride to move around Karachi

Erin Holland takes a rickshaw ride to move around Karachi

Australian sports presenter is having a good time exploring different places in Pakistan

Australian cricket presenter Erin Holland seen with a rickshaw in this photo. — Instagram/erinvholland

Australian cricket presenter Erin Holland, who is currently in Karachi to participate in the ongoing Pakistan Super League (PSL) season 9, took a trip around the port city on Monday, which looked like her day off from work.

The TV personality has shown interest in exploring Pakistan as she has been visiting and asking about famous places in the country.

Recently, when Erin touched down in Karachi, she tapped her fans to be her trusted tour guides in the metropolis, and it turned out that she took a stroll across the streets in downtown.

However, today’s trip around the city was something special as the model-turned-singer took a rickshaw ride for the commute.

Taking to her Instagram account, Erin posted some pictures of her time in the city, showing her hanging from a stationery rickshaw.

“GET IN, CHALO!” she wrote in the caption which showed her excitement about the fun ride.

Meanwhile, the other pictures included a close-up of a rickshaw and some random shots of the city’s buildings. 

The celebrity seems to be obsessed with the locations in the downtown area of Karachi as well as Multan, which was her previous destination.

Earlier, Erin posted several aesthetic pictures showing the hustle and bustle of Karachi. During her time in the “City of Saints”, Erin visited the iconic shrine of Shah Rukn-e-Alam, whose splendid architecture and intricate details highly fascinated her. 

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