What do I miss: Friday nights

Last updated 05:00 18/02/2013
Dean Mackenzie
Sol Square: Once part of a thriving city nightlife.

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What I miss the most.

Friday nights, Nana comes over and looks after the children for the night.

My partner and I catch a bus into the city, for a bit of quiet time to ourselves. We normally go have a meal somewhere trying new food and different places all the time, with some fine wine.

After this we will go to a club. Some dancing with a few more drinks just to unwind from the busy week and spend time together. Then catch a late bus or taxi home.

I can't believe it's been over two years since we have done this!

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