Superstar Mandy Moore is in New Zealand for what appears to be a luxury getaway.
The This Is Us actress and her friends have been posting to their Instagram stories after arriving at Auckland Airport on Thursday morning.
It appears they then took a small chartered plane north before hopping aboard a ferry to the Bay of Islands where they are staying at the luxury Eagle's Nest retreat.
The group - which includes Moore's glam squad the Streicher sisters, and friend Chase Weideman - took a quick break at Auckland airport for an unconventional breakfast of Proper Crisps chips and Mentos.
They then documented their journey, including their first time boarding a ferry in a car.
But the real jewel of the trip was when the arrived at Eagle's Nest and were in awe of the beauty there, with one friend posting a video of Moore admiring the scenery with the caption: "We are not worthy".
Checking out his bedroom, Weideman joked: "I don't know if this is gonna do, I just don't know" before filming his view of the ocean from this bed and sighing: "Oh my God."
It's unclear why the crew are in New Zealand as yet.
Moore was one of the many celebrities who shared a message of condolence after the Christchurch mosque shootings.
On Twitter, she said: "Waking up to the news of a terrorist attack in New Zealand in places of worship, where people are at their most vulnerable & should feel safest is heart shattering.
"We MUST unite together as a global community to combat this unendingly destructive rhetoric of white nationalism. My heart is with all New Zealanders and the Muslim community there and around the globe."