A levada is an irrigation channel or aqueduct specific to the Portugese island of Madeira. They were created from the sixteenth century to carry water across the island from the mountainous west and northwest of the island to the drier southeast, which is more conducive to habitation and agriculture
The total levadas network extends over 2150 km in this island 57 km long, 23km wide in the widest point.
So, sometimes, even this young, adventurous little thief likes to temporarily borrow a random hunter’s bench to read a book in the middle of nowhere. It’s a rare occasion, but it’s been known to happen once or twice.