Hafa Adai Che`lu,
The Tao Tao Monas' Are fine as long as you do not piss them off! The coral reefs have changed and I am sorry to say it is for the worse. Still a magnificant thing to see. At Gab Gab Two they now have a submarine for the tourists and there is a family of Giant Blue Travely living there, Goerge, Sam, and Alex. These Blue Travely are "kinda" tame but you better not point with an expossed finger, they will think it is a hot dog. Goerge is at least 200 pounds +. Chuck lives there also, the resident Eel. He's fat and about 100 pounds. The Stone Fish & Lion Fish are still all over the place so you need to watch your step on the reef. Wow this is cool! Went spear fishing down in Ipan a few nights ago. Heaps of octypus, and crab as big and bigger than foot balls! Enough Lobster to feed a small army.
O.K., to answer your question, Fruit Bat is now an endangered spiecies along with the Sea Turtle, but I prefer Sea Turtle if you ask me. Fruit Bats are like eating rats with wings and a short tail. If you want recipes let me know. The best way to prepare bread fruit is a fire with coconut husks, Burn the skin until it is ...well... charcoal, like a bell pepper but really burnt. Then you peel, slice, drizzle butter, s & p and mmmmmmmmmmm Heavan!
Were you in the initial invation or follow up? Do you remember Asan Point, and the Piti Bomb Holes?
A lot has changed since you were here... If you want any more info let me know, I love to talk up my beautiful paridise...