1. Go to the National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA), stand at the centre of the ground floor, and look up. Gaze with awe at the architectural beauty. Enjoy the criss-crossing stairs and galleries, wooden floors, and flawlessly white & cream walls. Ignore the crass marketing disguised as art by Louis Vuitton.
2. Feel sorry for the foreigners paying 15 times the entry fee. (Rs 10 for indians vs Rs 150 for foreigners).
3. Read the plaque at the ticket counter. Appreciate the value of money and inflation. (the gallery was built with a donation of 4 lakh rupees only)
4. Visit the Prince of Wales museum, now known as Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaja Vastu Sangralaya. Realize that you haven't noticed the magnificent building since you've come to Mumbai. Feel sorry for the foreigners again.
5. Feel sorry for Indians for not getting the audio guide free with the Rs 25 entry ticket. Put the money and take it anyway.
6. Be an Indian and economise by taking only one for two people and share!
7. Leisurely enjoy each and every exhibit. Read the signage in Hindi, if you can. Wonder whether reading in Hindi is harder because of the infrequent usage or because of the crappy fonts.
8. Get bored, tired, and hungry. Head to samovar for a bite. Enjoy the street art gallery on your way. Get your name on a grain of rice if you're feeling really touristy.
9. Have the overpriced and tasteless aaloo paratha at samovar. Wonder what the fuss is all about.
10. Catch a bus home for a change. Save some money and reduce your carbon footprint as well.